A mat is a must for every bathroom and it’s not only a functional piece, it also adds to the bathroom decor and style. If you need a quick renovation or a fresh touch to your space, you may buy or make a new mat. Today’s roundup is dedicated to fabric and yarn rugs you can easily DIY for your bathroom, let’s take a look at them.
This tutorial will tell you how to make a comfy bathroom mat for a long and narrow space, which is a frequent case. You’ll need a table runner as a base and a piece of non-slip fabric, which is gonna make your mat more comfortable and is an especially great idea for a kids’ bathroom. Read how to DIY this simple and cute mat in the source.
There’s nothing more absorbing than a bathroom towel, and if you want a mat that would absorb very well, make a mat of bathroom towels! This project will tell you how to makI a cool and comfy bathroom mat weaving it of your old towels. Add a touch of color to your space choosing super bold ones or match your neutral bathroom using neutral towels – read the tutorial to make the mat.
Spruce up your decor with this easy, inexpensive no-sew rag rug! This project is about recycling as the rug is made of old t-shirts, turn them into a fun knotted rug or bathmat. No sewing skills required, you just have to know how to tie a knot! The piece looks fun, modern and textural, it’s sure to be a nice idea for a modern bathroom.
If you want a touch of color and whimsy, this project is right what you need. The author tells how to make a fun and comfy pineapple-shaped bathroom mat, it’s a fun idea to add a tropical touch to your bathroom. the mat is made of two bright towels, the project is fast and easy. Try creating your own favorite fruit mats for your space!
Here’s a simple sewing project to make a fabric bath mat, one side is an old towel, and the second side is usual fabric, they are contrasting and printed ones. you may also go for two towels if you want the mat to be better absorbing. Read how to sew it fast and enjoy your new mat!
This project doesn’t require any sewing but it requires some weaving, and even if you have never tried it before, there are detailed instructions on how to do that. This mat is woven of colorful fabric yarn of two contrasting shades, it looks very modern and absorbs well. Read how to make it in details and add style to your space with a bit of weave.
This nautical rope rug tied from an ocean plait knot is an example of a full-size craft which can be scaled up or down for home rugs made from retired climbing ropes and dolls house miniatures made from fine cord. There’s a detailed tutorial on how to weave this stylish piece, don’t be afraid to try, you can handle it. Rock some blues for an ocean-inspired feel or go for any other colors that match your space.
There’s nothing cuter than a pompom rug – it’s extremely soft and well-absorbing, so it’s a great idea for a bathroom. This tutorial will tell you how to make pompoms first and then arrange them all into a comfy rug. Try various colors and looks and don’t forget to add non-slip fabric to make it safe in using.