25 August 2011
New and Improved Master Bathroom
Our bathroom is teeny tiny. Like 5'x7'. No joke. There's nothing "master-ish" about it all. But, we've worked with what we have and actually really love how the space has turned out.
And the AFTER:
Such a big (and better) difference, in my opinion!
I found these mini sunburst mirrors at Ross. The succulent is in another milk glass vase that my mother-in-law gave me and the glass jar is from the one and only TJ Maxx.
Bryan re-tiled the floor with basic beige ceramic tile from Lowe's. If this hadn't been a starter home and we were planning to stay for a long time, we would have done something more fun, but I still love this! He did a great job. The bath mat is from Ross.
Bryan put a fresh coat of paint on the cabinets (they were SO chipped) and I went to town decorating the countertop.
The soap dispenser is from Target. I found the milk glass bowl at an antique shop and designated it as a "jewelry bowl". I mentioned a couple of posts ago that I tried to be more practical when decorating our bathroom....so I figured I would make a pretty place for jewelry to belong rather than just throwing it all over the counter...and house.
I also chose to display makeup brushes in a little box I found at Ross. I found a sponge at Target and thought it would be cute to display on the counter. It ended up being too big, so I cut it to fit haha!
The paint color we used is called "Castle Sands" by Valspar. It's very similar to what will be going on our bedroom walls too! I bought the bamboo blinds (that are throughout the house) from Overstock.
I LOVE the shower curtain. Target. All good things come from Target, I've learned.
This little sunburst mirror is hard to see in the other pictures, but I really love it. I just hung it off the window pane. I think it adds a really fun touch!
And there you have it. Our new and improved Master Bathroom!!
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