4 STYLISH WAYS OF CREATING STORAGE IN A SMALL BATHROOM

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Small bathrooms come with a lot of questions. Where do I store my towels? Where do I store my toiletries? Where do I store my soaps, cleansers and ten other facial routine items I use? Where do I hang my shower cap? A lot of questions alright, so what do you do? Boss up and show your bathroom that small is relative, that a space is what you make it to be. Take a look at how to store in style.

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4 THINGS YOU SHOULD NEVER THROW AWAY

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I’m all about fresh vibes so out with the old and in with the new is my thing and most part of design and decor agrees with this tune. If something becomes old and wears out then it’s replaced or just gotten rid of. I have realized though that there are items that age like wine. The older they are, the prettier they are, the more use they have and the more we want them.  What’s really interesting is that we have these items in our homes for a long time until we decide to get rid of them because they appear as clutter. Do not throw these 4 items, kindly.

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ABSOLUTELY SIMPLE WAYS TO TRANSFORM YOUR BATHROOM IN A RENTED HOME

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Many bathrooms are as plain as they come. Most homeowners don’t give much thought to it. Why should they anyway? We spend an hour or less in the bathroom everyday, so it makes sense for the homeowner to let plain be plain. Here is the thing though, when you as the renter want every room to have a character, then the bathroom starts being an issue. The bigger issue is the tenancy agreement you signed accepting the terms which included ‘no alterations of the house.’ Don’t worry; you can give your bathroom a personal touch without breaking the rules. After all, it’s rented, it’s temporary so temporary solutions will work just fine.

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