Kids’ Bathroom

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  • It’s a miracle!  I have finished a room of our home!  Well, almost.  Just a little touch up work.  This room was minimal in cost, but maximum in impact, so it was gratifying.
    I took two photo frames I already had and hung one above the other. Unfortunately, the top frame did not have hooks to hang it, so I had to get creative with a piece of ribbon I had from a gift I received. I made prints using my book linen method. For full DIY, click here.
    The below rug was inspired the bathroom decor.  Nothing is more girly than ruffles, just seems sweet!  {Shabby Chic Criss Cross Bath Rug}  Doesn’t that tile look like new?  {Say yes for my husband’s sake.  He spent a few hours on his hands and knees scrubbing it and using a grout pen}.

     

    And how could I resist this vintage ruffle shower curtain from RH Baby and Child {especially when they were having their friends and family event!}?

     

    The clear glass knobs and pulls, also from Target, updated the large vanity.

     

    Clear glass shower curtain rings complete the look.
    We painted the gold framed mirror white to update the look.  We paid to have our cabinets painted white, but I’m still convinced that they were painted grey {hence having my painter return}.

     

    I selected bedside lighting rather than standard bathroom lighting because I thought they were more feminine.  We hung the towel rack on the back of the door to conceal it and avoid all of those wall drips that drive me crazy!  The “remodel” was completed with a new faucet.

     

    The before?  Well, that wasn’t so pretty {in my opinion}.

     

    Remodel costs:
    $30 paint
    $70 light fixtures
    $4 grout pen
    $30 new hardware
    Not too shabby for this shabby chic bath remodel!
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