A narrow bathroom decorated in full turquoise is an intriguing and compelling setting. The unicolored interior gives the room a coherent ambiance that totally outweighs the narrowness of the space, but nonetheless the bathroom remains a bit mysterious!
By adding vinegar to the rinse cycle! Distilled white vinegar, to be exact. One cup is all it takes. Seriously, skip the fabric softener and opt for vinegar, which will strip away the built-up detergent and restore the towels‘ softness. To get the job done, add half a cup of baking soda to the rinse cycle. If you‘ve already washed your towels with vinegar, you can even rewash them using the baking soda instead of detergent. Simply pour the baking soda over the towels and go!
A bathroom is often that one room of the house that truly sets itself apart with the interior. It‘s like a separate world, one that feels different from the rest of the house and gives us the freedom to bravely pursue decoration that feels more glamorous and edgy than it does in other rooms. A turquoise bathroom has a timeless and captivating interior. It‘s a great choice for modern homes as well as homes that wish to preserve a more antique ambiance. With a turquoise interior, a bathroom will always feel luxurious and mesmerizing, earning the title of “limited edition!”
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