If you thought a regular toilet was gross, just wait til you see a toilet covered in carpet. We can't bring ourselves to say what goes on in a bathroom, but needless to say, a fuzzy toilet cover is ready to soak it all in...literally.
Do you get it? Because bathrooms use water, and the ocean has water too. Get it? Get it? I need an MRI after getting hit over the head with a clever theme like that.
Hope your aim is good, because these bright, dated countertops are going to blind you. Good luck finding the toilet.
Would you rather your bathroom look like a trash can or an auto garage? With metallic wallpaper you have options--they just all happen to be bad options.
Throw enough mismatched tiles together on a wall and you can call it a mosaic. That doesn't fly on the bathroom floor, though.
You can get away with monochromatic white in a bathroom...if you're cleaning it constantly. Monochromatic pink? It kind of makes me want to vomit, which, credit where credit is due, is appropriate in a bathroom.
Your bathroom is not a nightclub. Believe me, you don't want to know what goes on in the bathroom at those places.
If you need a tetanus shot before you can safely enter your bathroom, your decorating has gone awry. Keep the barn outdoors.
Contrary to popular belief, all wallpaper falls under the category of "terrible." If you're going to do it, at least put it in the master bathroom so that guests don't have to suffer.
Nothing will make the walls feel like they're closing in on you more than repeating tile as far as the eye can see.
Nothing looks more inviting than a slime-green tub or a Pepto-pink toilet. You might think that colored porcelain helps hide the unsightly colors of dirt and grime, but they only replace them with the unsightly colors of the 1970s.
Dark colors on the bathroom walls make the place look dignified and cool...until you remember what goes on in a bathroom. Save that mohagany for a room where it's not going to get covered in microscopic particles of human waste.
Steampunk is a waste, so I suppose it's fitting for a bathroom. But if you're into this obnoxious trend, you've got way bigger problems than a tacky bathroom, my friend.
The size of a bathroom is not always in your control, but I will do my best to make you feel bad about small bathrooms anyway. Don't try to "fun" them up. They're the most depressing when you don't acknowledge how depressing they are.
Too Many Mirrors
I don't even have to try to convince you that a bathroom full of mirrors is a bad idea. You'll learn as soon as you step out of the shower and get a 360 degree look at yourself.
I don't know what kind of weird, voyeur stuff is going on in your bathroom with a living room chair, and frankly, I don't want to know.
I'm all for unnecessary purchases, but I draw the line at funny toilets. What goes into those things is no laughing matter.
Open Concept Bathrooms
The only thing weirder than a bathroom with furniture is a bathroom where no furniture is necessary to see all your business.
Vessel sinks only make you look rich if you've also got a live-in maid to clean them. You're not fooling anyone.
Shower murals are not so much a real work of art as they are a real piece of work.