DIY Bathroom Decor – Stored in several boxes safely in my garage is a complete chemical laboratory. This laboratory includes Bunsen burners; test tubes and shelves along with various glassware, after everyone cannot have a set of professional chemistry without the benefits of the associated glass. Included in the laboratory glass will be a variety of glasses of different sizes, various types of flasks, both large and small pipettes and test tubes that were once popular.
Before going deep into my wife’s decorative adventure, let’s talk a little about glasses as DIY bathroom decor. Anyone who is familiar with chemistry knows that the lab is not complete unless there are various different beakers scattered around the laboratory bench. They come in a variety of sizes and are often used to measure liquid volumes. Even though they may not be very precise in their calibration scale, you will find them with signs indicating volume measurements.
Beaker is generally accurate to only 10 percent, so because of this, 250-ml glasses will contain 250 ml with errors of plus or minus 25 ml. With larger glasses, measurement errors will greatly increase. Because these glass items are flat at the bottom they are easily placed on a flat surface such as a laboratory bench or maybe a hot plate. They generally have a spout which makes it very easy when pouring liquid. In the case of my wife’s decorations, these items were shown with an abundant supply in our bathroom. That is an example of DIY bathroom decor.