Mermaid Themed Bathroom

Mermaid Themed Bathroom

Stained or painted mermaid silhouette on painted or stained pallet wood boards. Great for babys nursery, girls room, a bathroom or beach house! These measure up to approx 13.5 x 10.5 I free hand design all of my silhouette items & use them as a stencil for custom orders. Custom order options: * solid color mermaid, or *wood stained mermaid (medium or dark shade) *background colors *slightly staggered boards or not staggered Or Any of the mermaids pictured in this listing can be duplicated…
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Mermaid Themed Bathroom

Accessories are a great place to start when planning your fish and mermaid bathroom decor scheme. Bath mats, hand towels and bath towels are all widely available with fish and mermaid prints, and they can be a big and bold way to show off the theme. Shower curtains were almost made to display a fish and mermaid theme, and you’ll find a wide selection of them featuring ocean and sea life images and themes.
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Mermaid Themed Bathroom

When you’ve decided on the scope of your fish and mermaid decor plans, the next step is to figure out how you’ll implement them. Your options will only be limited by what you want to feature in your bathroom space, and what you can find that fits the theme. The search for fish and mermaid themed bathroom decor is half the fun, though, and you should have no trouble discovering a veritable ocean’s worth of thematic elements that fit this decor style.
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Mermaid Themed Bathroom

Fish and mermaid bathroom decor can run the gamut from a few strategically placed accessories or decor flourishes to a complete thematic takeover of the bath space. When planning your bathroom decor approach, you’ll first need to decide how much is enough fish and mermaid decor, and when you might need to “scale” back.
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Mermaid Themed Bathroom

The size and configuration of your bathroom space may help you decide on the extent of the theme. For a particularly small space, you may decide that a more simple and subtle implementation of the fish and mermaid theme is the right approach, sprinkling in a few key decor elements like soap dishes and dispensers, linens and bath mats. For a significantly larger bathroom space, you may want to go big and bold with your fish and mermaid theme, featuring Piscean accessories and mythical mermaids on everything from wallpaper to storage elements, faucet designs to doorknobs.
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Mermaid Themed Bathroom

Loving mermaids isn't just for little girls. Adults obsess over the sexy bitches of the sea, too. But if you wanted to have, let's say, a mermaid-themed bathroom, it's hard to find products that aren't made for children. Balls (or tails) to that!
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Mermaid Themed Bathroom

I've done all the hard work for you, and found the perfect mermaid bathroom accessories for grown-ass adults, including nine awesome shower curtains. Seriously, I couldn't pick my favorite. Can you?…
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In this cottage-style bathroom, designer Anissa Swanzy uses a wall of built-in bookshelves to host an array of charming coastal finds, along with towels and toiletries. Any bathroom built-in can provide the perfect storage option, while serving as a place to display decorative items like any other room in the house.
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Charming Display In this cottage-style bathroom, designer Anissa Swanzy uses a wall of built-in bookshelves to host an array of charming coastal finds, along with towels and toiletries. Any bathroom built-in can provide the perfect storage option, while serving as a place to display decorative items like any other room in the house. From: Anissa Swanzy
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In this cottage-style bathroom, designer Anissa Swanzy uses a wall of built-in bookshelves to host an array of charming coastal finds, along with towels and toiletries. Any bathroom built-in can provide the perfect storage option, while serving as a place to display decorative items like any other room in the house. From: Anissa Swanzy
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Turquoise Retreat The tropical master bathroom from HGTV Green Home 2009 pulls its inspiration from the home’s location on Florida’s Treasure Coast. To mimic the hues of the water, designer Linda Woodrum uses sea-blue mosaic-glass tiles on the walls and inside the shower. As a contrasting element, she keeps everything else — including the walls, vanity and trim — a crisp shade of white.
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Oceanfront Resort This master bathroom showcases the stunning ocean views by integrating windows, sliding doors and shutters into the available wall space around the room. A spacious shower even connects to the oceanfront patio, making it feel alfresco. To create this contemporary coastal look, designer Bruce Palmer uses copper, reclaimed wood and more modern pieces to form a resort-esque retreat. Design by Bruce Palmer. Construction by Dewson Construction Company. Architecture by Olivieri, Shousky & Kiss, PA. Photography by John Jenkins
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Maritime Style To give this contemporary bathroom a hint of nautical style, designer Erica Islas simply uses a blue and white color scheme and hangs a small wooden ship’s wheel onto the door. When combined, these elements instantly pull in a maritime feel, whether the home is located by the water or not.
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Tropical Haven The natural textures and palette of this tropical-style bathroom nod to contemporary oceanfront living. Designer Joseph Cortes uses seagrass, rattan, decorative moss balls, seashells and other natural materials to create a room that feels simple yet representative of its outdoor surroundings. From: Joseph Cortes
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The natural textures and palette of this tropical-style bathroom nod to contemporary oceanfront living. Designer Joseph Cortes uses seagrass, rattan, decorative moss balls, seashells and other natural materials to create a room that feels simple yet representative of its outdoor surroundings. From: Joseph Cortes
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Nothing about this bathroom exudes a subtle coastal feel, and that’s what makes it so appealing. The swimming fish wallpaper has a youthful feel, while still maintaining an air of maturity and sophistication. Port windows and mirrors create a nautical look and offer additional privacy, thanks to their small size and shape. Design by Bruce Palmer. Construction by Dewson Construction Company. Architecture by Olivieri, Shousky & Kiss, PA. Photography by John Jenkins
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Designer Bruce Palmer veers away from the traditional blue and green color palette when designing this modern bathroom. In fact, he uses smooth pebbles along the wavy back wall and floor to create a natural, sandy look reminiscent of the beach. With that, the bath maintains its modern and coastal appearance. Design by Bruce Palmer. Construction by Dewson Construction Company. Architecture by Olivieri, Shousky & Kiss, PA. Photography by John Jenkins
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In this guest bathroom, designer Brian Patrick Flynn uses a summer-inspired driftwood gray as the room’s primary color palette. Set off by neutrals, the room evokes a comfortable, coastal feel. Although surrounded by contemporary decor, a round mirror covered with reclaimed twigs pulls the entire organic look together.
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This bathroom may not be covered in beachy decor, but it certainly evokes a sense of coastal charm through a blue color scheme. To reflect the homeowner’s love for contemporary style, designer Allison Rejeanne covers the walls in gray-blue glass subway tiles and uses grass cloth-inspired porcelain on the floors. Inside the shower, she continues the sea-blue theme with marble, glass and mosaic tiles that become an eye-catching display through the glass shower door.
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Bring nautical flair to a bathroom with a quirky wallpaper pattern, like this red, blue and white beach-hut design from Graham & Brown. For an additional splash of color, mix a bolder wallpaper graphic like these red and white polka dots. Finally, just add some starfish and driftwood decor to tie it all together.
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The tropical master bathroom from HGTV Green Home 2009 pulls its inspiration from the home’s location on Florida’s Treasure Coast. To mimic the hues of the water, designer Linda Woodrum uses sea-blue mosaic-glass tiles on the walls and inside the shower. As a contrasting element, she keeps everything else — including the walls, vanity and trim — a crisp shade of white.
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This master bathroom showcases the stunning ocean views by integrating windows, sliding doors and shutters into the available wall space around the room. A spacious shower even connects to the oceanfront patio, making it feel alfresco. To create this contemporary coastal look, designer Bruce Palmer uses copper, reclaimed wood and more modern pieces to form a resort-esque retreat. Design by Bruce Palmer. Construction by Dewson Construction Company. Architecture by Olivieri, Shousky & Kiss, PA. Photography by John Jenkins
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To give this contemporary bathroom a hint of nautical style, designer Erica Islas simply uses a blue and white color scheme and hangs a small wooden ship’s wheel onto the door. When combined, these elements instantly pull in a maritime feel, whether the home is located by the water or not.
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The natural textures and palette of this tropical-style bathroom nod to contemporary oceanfront living. Designer Joseph Cortes uses seagrass, rattan, decorative moss balls, seashells and other natural materials to create a room that feels simple yet representative of its outdoor surroundings.
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School of Fish Nothing about this bathroom exudes a subtle coastal feel, and that’s what makes it so appealing. The swimming fish wallpaper has a youthful feel, while still maintaining an air of maturity and sophistication. Port windows and mirrors create a nautical look and offer additional privacy, thanks to their small size and shape. Design by Bruce Palmer. Construction by Dewson Construction Company. Architecture by Olivieri, Shousky & Kiss, PA. Photography by John Jenkins