If you have a love for the ocean, a mermaid bathroom decor can change your world in an instant.
Below are some ideas for bringing the salty air right into your bathroom. Let me know which one you like the best!
fish scale tile
Fish scale tile is a new look for bathrooms. They can come in a variety of colors and can be placed on the floor or on the walls. If full tiles are intimidating, you can always do some mermaid wallpaper or hanging tile instead!
Mermaid Shower Curtain
If you had the option, would you get a seashell sink?
I almost freaked out when I saw this, a BUBBLE CHANDELIER? Perfect for some bathroom decor! Wow… I am putting this on my DIY list.
You can find custom mermaid mirrors on Etsy if your taste is more extravagant! The one below is from Amazon.
Seashells and coral are great alternatives for Mermaid art! The possibilities are endless!
Mermaid beach towel
Curl up in a huge mermaid beach towel! These are a fun Mermaid gift if you need an idea for your fin loving friend.
Mermaid bath mat
Dry your land legs on a mermaid themed bath mat. This also can work great for little kids and the Disney theme for Ariel in the little mermaid.
Mermaid light switch cover
Mermaid light switch covers could actually be in any room but seems most fitting in a bathroom for mermaid decor.
Mermaid bathroom sign
Need help convincing those guppies to take a bath? Not sure if this sign will help but it sure is cute!
octopus toilet paper holder
A super simple addition to the bathroom! Comes in a variety of colors if you need to match with an already existing theme.
sea Glass cabinet knobs
Sea Glass comes from broken glass smoothed by the bottom of rivers or oceans. Can you imagine these on your bathroom cabinets?
Mermaid towel rack
I can imagine these in small or outdoor bathrooms.
Seashell string lights
In a bathroom or out on a beach front patio, these seashell string lights add a romantic ambiance.
Sea-through wax with seashells? What will they come out with next?
Comment below and let me know if I have missed anything! Happy Mermaiding!
Photo cred: Steven Faughn on Flickrr