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Bathroom makeover on the cheap + $1 art

Soo you know those projects you start and then never finish? Yup… that was my guest bathroom! I stenciled the ceiling over a year ago and then never got around to finishing it. It was just one of those things I put off. Last weekend we finally got it done! I didn’t want to go over the top and spend a lot of money, but I did a few simple things that I think made a big difference! Here’s some fun tips… and scroll down to the bottom if you’d like to purchase the $1 art for your bathroom!

DIY bathroom makeover from @iheartnaptime

5 quick tips:

  1. Give the walls a new fresh coat of paint! This is the cheapest way to change the look of a room!
  2. Frame the mirror. You can find a great DIY tutorial here.
  3. Paint over the cheap cabinets and update the hardware. Hobby Lobby has great hardware for really cheap.
  4. Shop at thrift stores for decor you can up-cycle.
  5. Update the plumbing and light fixtures. I found mine at Lamps Plus. Watch for sales.

DIY bathroom makeover from @iheartnaptime

I found the gorgeous frame at Savers 2 years ago and it has been sitting in my garage this whole time. Can you believe it?! I finally pulled out my white spray paint and it looks good as new! I found things from around the house to put in the holes and my son added the animals in the bottom two. He’s such a good helper. I left them there, because they actually look kinda cute, don’t you think?! This is the guest/kids bathroom so it totally works!

DIY bathroom makeover from @iheartnaptime

I also found two old mason jars and spray painted the lids with hammered metal spray paint. Then I filled them with cotton balls and q tips.

DIY bathroom makeover from @iheartnaptime

Love my lighting found at Lamps Plus. I also love this soap from Target. The packaging is so pretty. I also made some more sugar scrub. It dresses up the sink a little bit. πŸ˜‰

DIY bathroom makeover from @iheartnaptime

These are the cute knobs at found at Hobby Lobby. They were $4 each! Score!

DIY bathroom makeover from @iheartnaptime

 

You may remember when I stenciled my ceiling here. I love the look! My neck still hurts thinking about it though…

DIY bathroom makeover from @iheartnaptime

If you’d like the “wash your hands” and “brush your teeth” prints you can download them below for $1! Cheap art! πŸ˜€

$1 printable art -such a cute and inexpensive way to dress up the bathroom! Click HERE to purchase the ‘Wash Your Hands’ 8×10 Print (file will be sent to your e-mail)

Click HERE to purchase the ‘Brush Your Teeth’ 8×10 Print (file will be sent to your e-mail)

After you’ve purchased the file, it will be sent instantly to your e-mail. You can then save the file to your computer and print it out. Make sure to print it at it’s original size (8×10) in full resolution and on card stock paper. If you don’t have a high resolution color printer, I would recommend printing the file at Staples.

So there you have it. Some quick and easy ways to dress up your bathroom.

What tips do you have?

 

26 replies on “Bathroom makeover on the cheap + $1 art”

I love how this came together!! The knobs are so cute and the shelf styling is great. Awesome job!

I just posted my bathroom remodel this morning on my blog. I love your stenciled ceiling. I also painted cabinets and replaced hardware for an updated look. A new shower curtain can also make a drastic difference for a little bit of money.

This is so cute!!!! I love that stenciling, but man, that would break the neck! I never thought to spray paint regular mason jar lids to coordinate with my antique jars/lids – good idea!

Love it. Not cluttered and nice clean lines. The stenciling on the ceiling is wonderful but my aching back and neck. LOL Keep up the good work.

I love the ideas for this bathroom! I was wondering if you could tell me how the ceiling was done? Thanks!

What a lovely bathroom……great ideas! But the stenciled ceiling is outstanding. I know that was an enormous undertaking…….but soooo worth it!

I wish I could tell you where to buy one but this frame was a random find at a thrift store several years ago and spray I painted it white! You could look at Hobby Lobby or Michael’s to see if they have something similar! πŸ™‚

So I saw this on pinterest and completely fell in love with the shelving that you have above the toilet. I saw in a previous comment that you got the frame at a thrift store but the box you got at lowes? Also is this a shadow box or a storage box?

Hi Rikki! I actually got the wood for the frame around the mirror at Lowe’s, but I found the shadow box at a thrift store and spray painted it white! Sorry for the confusion! πŸ™‚

Just came across your blog and I love those printables! The download link doesn’t seem to be available anymore though. Anywhere I can purchase them from still? πŸ™‚

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