5 Stylish Ways to Warm Up Your Ice-Cold Bathroom in No Time
As if braving the winter cold to get to work wasn’t tough enough, most of us have chilly apartments to deal with before ever stepping foot outside. Even more difficult is figuring out how to warm up our freezing (and oft tiled) bathrooms—making it hard to stay comfortable (and sane) after showering and during middle-of-the-night trips to the toilet.
But fret not my frigid friends, there are plenty of affordable and surprisingly stylish ways to transform your freezing bathroom into a toasty retreat. From furry bath mats to hanging houseplants, here are some hot decor ideas that’ll warm up your ice-cold bathroom in no time.
Shaggy Bath Mats
A thick pair of socks is no match for a freezing cold bathroom. That’s why it pays to invest in high-pile rugs and shaggy bathmats to help keep your feet as warm as possible while you’re in the bathroom. Not only will your space instantly feel warmer and more inviting with a fluffy rug, you can use them to liven up your decor scheme, too.
Candles & String Lights
Set a cozy tone for your bathroom with warm, ambient light. Whether with twinkle lights, flameless votives or perfumed candles, a soft glow in your powder room will make it feel instantly homey.
Not only do they look great, but it turns out some houseplants can actually help your bathroom feel warmer, too. Plants use their leaves to release moisture into the air, making them a stylish and eco-friendly way to up the humidity (and warmth) in your bathroom.
Nothing makes a bathroom feel more inviting than having a bunch of big fluffy towels ready at arm’s reach. Splurge on a couple of quality bath towels (and a heating rack if you can fit it in!) and you’ll stop dreading the moment you have to step out of the shower.
If you have a window in your bathroom (specifically one not within your showering space), a good set of thermal-insulated curtains will keep your bathroom warmer. But even without a window, draping lush, dreamy drapes around your bathtub (or even your toilet area) is a chic way to make the room look more like a cozy haven.