Since we moved into our current home nearly three years ago now, The Husband and I have slowly spent time and effort in redecorating parts of our home, making sure that the main living areas and bedrooms were high priority. What wasn’t high priority, or even on the list of things to get done really, was the bathroom in my craft room. See, the craft room is actually like a second master suite located downstairs, and without it getting much daily use, there just wasn’t the need to allocate funds to finish it off. Since my parents have recently moved more than four hours away from my home but visit pretty often and stay at our home, the bathroom in question has begun to be used much more regularly and it was high time it needed a little TLC. With a little help from At Home, I was able to pull off a high style and low budget bathroom makeover that is sure to make anyone feel welcome.
As with any good makeover, there are some pretty bland and basic photos that are taken to share the state of the before. I present Exhibit A:
Totally blah, right? The Husband hates painting ( like, hates painting), so I knew from the beginning that this color in the bathroom now – or lack thereof – was as good as it was going to get. Add in lots of other white and tan and there’s absolutely nothing that pops about the space.
Even the poor soap looks abandoned.
With just over $200 to spend to complete our budget bathroom makeover, I was able to get every single thing I needed to give the small space a new lease on life.
The thing I love most about At Home is that I was able to get every single thing I needed in one location and still have loads of options and choices for what ultimately made it into my cart. With over 500 new items arriving each week and all of the affordable solutions for home decorating and entertaining needs, I can literally decorate every single room in my home because of the breadth of assortment and affordable prices.
Since I don’t change my decor very often, I knew I wanted to keep everything I bough very simple and classic. I added visual interest with the various textures I included in the room.
From the cushy towels to the sleek metal, all the way down to the jute rope on the glass jar, there’s always something to keep the eye entertained and never bored.
Instead of standard glass jars to hold bathroom necessities, I used candle holders for a different look that still gets the job done.
One of my favorite things to decorate with are pictures of my family. While albums are awesome, they aren’t always out and readily available. By adding candid photos around the home, even in a bathroom, we have constant reminders of some awesome moments of our family.
I am in love with how my high style and low budget bathroom makeover turned out and can’t wait to tackle another room in my home and because of At Home and their fantastic prices, I don’t have to wait long.
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