Art for the Floor
Bathroom rug sets hand-painted on canvas made to fit into any area of your bathroom are a great alternative to fuzzy bathroom rugs.
I was looking at the canvas rug in my bathroom and realized I had made it over 10 years ago before I created a way to make round rugs. It’s an octagonal rug and I made a circle inside to pretend it was round. Hey, I tried! However, it’s amazing to me how long it’s lasted and now canvas rugs in the bathroom are making a hit in Costa Rica.
Bathroom rug sets won’t slip!
I use a putty tack to fasten the rugs to the floor. The putty doesn’t stick to the floor or the rugs but it keeps them firmly in place. This really helps to prevent slipping on smooth wet tiles making them a safe option for bathroom rug sets.
Lynda has a runner rug going from the entrance to her living room from the outdoor patio and pool area so she could walk from the pool to her bathroom on a non-slip rug. Then she chose the Green Leaf design for her bathroom set. We also put a small mat in front of the shower. Now she’s covered walking from the pool dripping wet to the bathroom in one fell swoop.
The colors in the Green leaf design go beautifully with the runner even though the designs are very different.
When designing rugs that go from open room to open room we often use the same design but in different colors, or different designs in the same colors. This gives a more cohesive look.
Myrna and Jim needed a bright pop of color in their bathrooms. Myrna gave me a photograph of exotic flowers in bright tropical colors. I made Jim’s rug in the same bright primary colors but with different heliconias and bird of paradise flowers. They look spectacular in their bathrooms and offer a safe exit from the shower!
Here is the rug for the other bathroom with the same bright colors of the tropics!
All you need is a measuring tape, an idea, and give me a call or email. There’s no charge for a consult. I think it’s great fun!
Please leave a comment below if you think canvas rugs for the bathroom make sense. How do you like these designs? I’d love to keep the conversation going!