Bathrooms are functional spaces, but that doesn’t mean they have to be boring. In fact, most real estate agents will tell you that bathrooms are a main selling point for home buyers, second only to the kitchen.
If your bathroom needs a little pick-me-up, adding some texture can work wonders. Simple changes like updating an unframed bathroom mirror with a textured frame—like MirrorMate’s Bellemeade option—can make a big impact.
Here are a few ways to bring some texture to your bath or powder room:
Textured wall treatments – Empty walls are the perfect place to incorporate texture in the bath. For a clean, polished look, go with beadboard or wainscoting on the lower half of the walls, with a contrasting paint color above. Or try a textured wallpaper like grasscloth, which looks amazing and has a tactile feel.
Wood elements – Wood accents like shelves, cabinets, or a wood mirror frame add warmth and texture to the space. For a rustic farmhouse vibe, go with a distressed or weathered design like MirrorMate’s Cherokee Old Vermont style.
Plants – Incorporating plants into the bathroom might seem passé, but we’d beg to differ. Ferns, succulents, and air plants in decorative pots or hanging containers are the perfect way to tastefully add texture to the bathroom while bringing the beauty of nature indoors.
Keep scrolling for more practical tips and bathroom wall texture ideas to help you create a richer, more tactile space.