Roomspiration continues today over at Homemaker on a Dime with bathrooms.
I thought this would be a great opportunity to give you a tour of the bathrooms in our home:
The shower curtains I found at Home Goods and tied them back using extra silk fabric I had from another project.
I modified the existing light fixture. All I did was turn the light fixture upside down (the lights used to face down), added new glass from Lowes and two magnet crystals to glam it up.
The mirror is from a local lighting store (a great source for mirrors). The faucet is from Home Depot. I LOVE the new faucet.
My daughter's bathroom came out adorable. She wanted a pink and brown bathroom and I put it all together for very little money. Before my daughter took over the guest bathroom it used to be painted yellow. I left the yellow at the very top and painted the bottom Restoration Hardware (RH) Petal Pink and made a scallop using RH chocolate. The window treatment is from Target's shabby chic line and I embellished it with a ribbon and fabric glue. The "S" is from Home Goods.
Her crystal faucet was a mission to get. After searching the internet forever, I finally found this gorgeous faucet at Faucetdepot.com. For one reason or another it took almost 9 months for the faucet to arrive. It was worth the wait.
The chandelier is from Home Depot for $99. The towels are from Home Goods.
When my daughter starting using the guest room bathroom, it was also time to make over the Jack and Jill bathroom, that the kids once shared, into a "boy's" bathroom. I painted the bathroom, replaced the builder-grade mirror with a mirror we had in the attic and painted my son's initial on canvas.
Other simple changes included new hardware for the cabinets...
a new faucet from Home Depot...
and a new shower curtain and bath mat from Restoration Hardware Baby and Child.
I hand painted letters to spell out DREAM to finish off this bathroom makeover.
My master bathroom only had a mini-makeover when we updated our bedroom with colors in bronze, cream and robin's egg blue.
I like to roll towels to bring in my color scheme.
The cornice boards I made using MDF. I covered them with batting and silk fabric (this is the fabric I used for the ties in the powder room bathroom). I then hot glued trim to the cornice board.
Finally the last bathroom on this tour is our basement bathroom which I just made over.
As part of the makeover I painted the cabinet and mirror using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint.
I am off to link up :
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