Hi friends! Today I am going to share every little detail about my guest bath makeover that I haven’t talked about yet! There are a few DIY projects and some other sources that a few of you have asked me about, so today is the day that I share all the good info!
First up, the shower curtain. I purchased a $15 cotton waffle print shower curtain from Target, and trimmed it out with some striped ribbon in a simple square pattern.
I used Fabric Fusion to adhere the ribbon, and I’m happy to say that it’s held up really well through a move and many, many steamy showers!
Next up, the mirror. Remember this thrift store mirror that I painted green? Well, I was trying to keep the budget low for this makeover, so that meant using what I had. The shape and size of this mirror were perfect for the bathroom, but the green paint wasn’t working for me anymore.
So I stripped off the green paint with CitriStrip in a can, and brushed some walnut stain on the exposed frame.
The result was an aged patina that I really just how this mirror is supposed to be.
Next up, the art. This is by far my favorite part of the bathroom makeover. As soon as I saw this sassy “Fowl with Pearls” print on Art.com I knew I had to have her (PS- she’s only $13 for this size and is an extra 30% off with code MAPZ46)!
We nicknamed her Gertie, because it just seemed fitting. The pearls and the smug expression are just too perfect.
E-sale rugs generously sent me this Persian to use in our makeover. I love, love it, and have found the perfect spot in our new apartment for it! They have SO MANY amazing rugs at such great prices. I will be using them again soon!
For the longest time, I couldn’t find any hooks that I liked for the bathroom. I was mostly worried about drilling into the paneling, so instead I grabbed these accordion racks off of Amazon (2 for $6.50!). I love the look, and I think that it’s both natural and classic.
paneling color: Benjamin Moore “Decorator’s White”
wall color: Benjamin Moore “Baby Seal Black”
light fixture: Lowe’s
soap: Savon de Marseille
towels: West Elm
brass table: thrifted