My Houzz: Eclectic Bohemian Style in a 1976 Fixer-UpperEclectic Bathroom, Los Angeles
Photo: Alexandra Crafton © 2016 Houzz
Tile: subway, Home Depot; shelving: Ikea; wall and ceiling paint: Moonlight White, Benjamin Moore; floor tile: SomerTile Thirties Vertex, OverStock
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14. Shelfies. Los Angeles, USADesigner: Alexandra Crafton
What should I look for?The most important thing is to look for plants that will suit the level of natural light in your bathroom. But they should also suit the level of care you’re prepared to give them. Ferns, for example, will require far more care than succulents in order to survive.Tropical plants are a good choice for bathrooms as they can deal with less direct sunlight than other plant species. They are designed to grow in a rainforest, beneath a canopy of trees, which makes them ideal for indoor environments.
Tile itDon’t shy away from using bold patterns in the bathroom, like these geometric tiles. They’re a nod back to the ’70s, the heyday of boho.Tip: Hanging plants create that gorgeous by-the-beach feel for a bathroom, while potted plants can also do the same and are best arranged on open shelving. Choose plants that like shade and lots of moisture for this room.How to take your plants off the ground