When you love Christmas, you would go out of your way to decorate every part of your home to channel the season’s festive cheer, and who could blame you? It’s a time for love, merriment, and gift giving. There’s just something so nostalgic about going home to a space that’s been decked out in holiday-themed accessories and decorations.

If every inch of your house is already filled with jolly decors, you may not have thought of including your bathroom yet. This is not to say that you have to go big and put up a Christmas tree beside the tub or shower stall, but strategically placed decors can make a huge difference. If you’re looking for ideas on how to decorate your bathroom to transform those with the sourest disposition to a jolly mood, read on below and find out.

Make the Shower Curtains Festive

If you have a few extra Christmas-tree ornaments you’re no longer using or finding a use for, you can hang several ones on your shower curtains. Just make sure to secure them properly so they don’t fall on the ground. You can use as many or as little as you want and even put up a more holiday-themed shower curtain to your liking.

Garlands around the Mirror

Not everyone has a big-enough floor space to put up extra Christmas decorations in the bathroom, so you can make do with what’s already there instead. Grab some garlands, and put them up on your bathroom mirror.

You can also put in some string lights, themed stickers, and even draw snowflakes and holiday-themed drawings with erasable markers. Want to make your own garlands? Take a look at this great tutorial to learn how.

Deck Your Toilet with Holiday Things

The toilet is one of the most important fixtures in the bathroom, and ultimately, it’s one of the most noticed installations in the room. This Christmas, feel free to deck it out with Santa or snowman-inspired toilet-seat covers and matching rugs. The seasonal decor will let everyone who will use it feel the festive holiday even when using the bathroom.

As long as you’re doing decors inside your bathroom, you may want to consider getting a macerating pump from Saniflo if you’ve been having problems with toilet flushing for months. This works best if your small toilet is located in the basement or garage since it doesn’t disrupt the sewage lines in order to be usable. It’s affordable, durable, easy to install, and ready to use in just a few.

Holiday-Themed Bathroom Towels

Sometimes, something as simple as towels can transform a bathroom towel. You can either use decorative towels or have guests use them. The towels can be placed in a basket or on shelves or hung on a rack.

If you don’t want to spend too much for holiday-themed bathroom towels, you can always make use of your existing ones and embroider Yuletide designs or print them. Here is a handy guide you can use.

Hang a Seasonal Picture

Not everything has to be in your face when it comes to tastefully decorating a small bathroom. Something as understated as a seasonal picture can add a festive feel. You can either get a framed picture or create one of your own if you’re good at creating drawings. If you have kids in the house, drawing pictures to hang on walls could be a fun group activity for the whole family.

Yuletide-Themed Candles

Everyone knows that candles are great for any occasion, including the holidays. You can definitely incorporate holiday decors while making the bathroom smell good.

Candles are cheap and they come in different fragrances, and at this time of the year, stores are coming out with scents that are perfect for the season so grab some and decorate your bathroom with it. Some popular Christmas-scented candles include pine, peppermint, nutmeg, clove, cinnamon, and myrrh.

Hang a Wreath

If you want to exercise your DIY muscles and want to decorate your home, a Christmas wreath is a good project to do. The great thing about it is you don’t have to buy anything because you can use materials you already have in your home.

You can make as many as you want and even include your bathroom. If you’re looking at how to make your own wreath, take a look at this tutorial.

Holiday Figurines

Figurines are small and convenient, so you can definitely add them to your bathroom in no time. They require only minimal fuss as you can just put them in strategic places for decorations. You can put them away just as easily when the season is done.

There are dollar-store holiday figurines that you can use if you’re concerned about the cost. A well-placed statuette of a snowman, Santa Claus, or some reindeer can definitely transform the mood of your bathroom.

Miniature Scented Christmas Tree

Potpourri is something that’s always welcome in a bathroom because it helps keep the bathroom smelling fresh. Make potpourri more festive by fashioning incorporating some twigs to make a miniature Christmas tree. This is a good DIY project you can make with children.

You’ll need a couple of things like a small glass jar, small twigs you can get from a nearby tree, some pebbles, and potpourri. Put everything together, but make sure that the twigs are not too big that they will topple the jar. Have fun decorating it as you see fit.

Here is a good tutorial for this project.

Your Imagination Is Your Limit

Apart from store-bought holiday decorations, you can definitely make your own to match the aesthetic of your existing ones. Bring the jolly mood of the season everywhere in your house. No matter if you choose to go big in decorations or as minimal as you can, remember that even small details can make an impact.

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