Pop Art Bathroom Decoration


Pop art design is arising today although this pop art is actually had been arising from long previous time. As you have known that pop art is actually an art movement in Britain in 1950s.  The word “pop” from pop art was coming from “popular mass culture”from a writer called Lawrence Alloway. This movement arises from the effect of World War II where the society was full of materialism. Lawrence had ever said that “an aesthetic that isolated visual art from life and from the other arts, there emerged a new willingness to treat our whole culture as if it were art”. Until this time, some kinds of interior design had been designed by using this kind of design. One of those designs is   Pop Art Bathroom Decoration. Previously, maybe you had read a lot about interior design by using pop art decoration, such as in the living room design. Then, how about if it is placed in the bathroom? Check them out below!

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In the current picture, you could see that the bathroom is having many kinds of combination colors, including orange, yellow, white also pink color. Beside that, by having some square patten there. by mixed and matched of the colors, it makes the bathroom more colorful and cheerful. Beside that, as you could see in the current picture that the wall design is completed by having painting being hang on the wall there. Of course  this effort makes the bathroom design more complete.

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Then, another kind of Pop Art Bathroom Decoration , there is also bathroom pop art mural design by using a character hang on the wall design. By having this kind of decoration would make the bathroom looks more lively there. There, the color choice being used has bright color, that is yellow design.

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 Pop Art Bathroom Decoration is always playing with some kinds of colors. Many kinds of bright color could be applied there. Beside that, by having some kinds of pop art work being hang on the wall could also give great effect to the atmosphere of interior room design. Beside that, the bathroom design would also be effective there.

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73 thoughts on “Pop Art Bathroom Decoration

  1. Sabrina_Tabitha

    (I should account for that the infant insert is the one provided by Combi with the car seat and not an after market modification, and the car seat was also installed/inspected by a licensed technician before the kidlet was born, and checked off as safe.)

  2. Ayana.88

    OK, so I guess I am dumb…thanks to Amazon, I figured our you only this when you want to dry things on the rack…duh…I it was permanent. Sounds a destroy of energy to me. And since I mentioned Amazon, before I from another site, I there and contemplate if they bear the item and read the reviews..I saved a ton of money and time doing this.

  3. Nathalia

    Such a stylish and space, and so of life. I adore it, and it makes me want to know the person who lives there. The has “bones,” and is decorated in a contrivance that makes it feel timeless.

  4. Bradyn-Malakai-Rhys

    Beautiful! European homes always seem to such better of built in storage than we here in North America. the on a few pieces of furniture rather than a bunch of clutter.

  5. Sawyer_Deangelo_Zaire

    Forget the chairs, I want to know how you made this boy!But yes, I agree that Fiberglass chairs, maybe a bench on one side? I actually that even though the table is industrial, that using a mix of chairs would give it some oooomph rather than be too much.

  6. Evangeline-Laylah

    btw: a of my kitchen tile is on the naturalstoneoutlet.com website: under testimonials, photos, linear, caymen: my kitchen is the second photo —you can the countertop, cabinet, some pottery, and the caymen tile in a linear pattern.

  7. Ellen D.

    Tired of seeing constant Portland on every blog/message board. My boyfriend and I moved here about a year and a half ago with no jobs. We both found jobs within 1-2 months and got a reasonably-priced apartment in a away. luck? Maybe. But I feel all the Portland people spew tends toward bitterness. There are expensive places to live and cheap places to live and people will complain nonstop about all of them.

  8. Emilia.Ariel.Kaya

    We bought a similar and had some of the same issues. Most of our attention (and redecorating budget) went to the interior, so we had to be creative with the exterior until we can afford a more re-do. I would suggest repainting the front door and/or the front steps, adding some flowering potted plants, and replacing the house numbers. You could also paint the mailbox in a color that matches whatever you paint the door. We found that making a few inexpensive changes made a colossal difference!

  9. Rodolfo.Devan.Coby

    I got my Livingetc and wanted to holler. I loooooove that magazine. However, I also been stalking the book stores for the Domino. Oh Jeeze. someone me. It was great. Its an American version of Livingetc. just heaven. did anyone else the Domino?

  10. Adalynn-Jennifer-Addilynn

    I’m wondering how all these products would compare to a it yourself custom version. I a 6’x9’ concrete balcony (in a high rise building in Toronto) and this is the I’m currently thinking of, all materials would be from Depot or any other hardware store:- Laying down 2×2 pressure treated pine at 1’ intervals. (I will not them to anything, only lay them down)- Placing either 2×6 or 1×2 deck planks of western Cedar in the direction, * to the 2×2.I’m not if I can 1×2 planks or if I should Depot the 2×6 to 2×2 for me.In to the water draining under the deck I will leave a ½â€ between planks, and I’m also thinking of either having the 2×2 notched from the bottom or using smaller segments with in between so that I’m water can freely in all directions.So the whole 6’x9’ deck is one fraction but it is not attached to anything, friction and its weight keeping it down.I’ve estimated this should cost around $200 which is less than any of these products, but it is not a reusable module of course.Any ideas, pros, cons, any potential problems with this?

  11. Isla Brylee Nala

    First, plant a tree. In a few years, when it is enough to cast shade on the home in question, a wonderful, and heavy, white wooden bench on the property line. Be to build a dinky seating with some chairs. Add appropriate seasonal accents. No contrivance a neighbor is going to your stuff around in to mow.

  12. BruceKamren

    @Poor cramped Apartment Adding: I wish more games were truly fun with 2 people. Many that claim to be capable for 2-4 are really extremely with 2; are the ones on this list different?

  13. Siena Thalia Emmalynn C.

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  14. Rylie.Alma.Moriah

    By putting pieces of art all around the tv you are getting the then you want. The art is framing the tv, and bringing more attention to it.I made a photoshop sketch of my here:

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