Finally! One spring break and one 40th birthday later, here is the final bathroom makeover reveal! it’s been a long journey, you can read about how it all began here. This is quite the bathroom makeover for us, I am so happy to have it done. Luckily it was cosmetic and I am happy to share our Bathroom Makeover with Board and Batten Walls!
After adding the board and batten, we changed out the dark medicine cabinet for a frame-less one I found at the Salvation Army for $12.99! It was an awesome find. The glass shelf is from Bed, Bath and Beyond. It adds such lightness.
I found the towel hooks at Anthropologie, they were actually only $2.95 a piece! Aren’t they cute?
I liked this option instead of a towel bar with the kids. No matter how many times I put a towel on the bar, they rip it off. Hopefully this helps eliminate the end less game of pick-up sticks I play with the towels.
I fell in love with the soap dispenser. It was a clearance item from Homegoods. It adds a touch of glitz. I love our TJ Maxx/ Homegoods for that kind of thing!
I did splurge on the guest towel at Anthro. 🙂
I bought these washcloths at Homegoods and put them in an ombre pattern. I love to use these as guest towels. It cuts down on having one germy, soping wet towel and I just throw them in with the regular wash.
I found this brass hand sign at the vintage market. It’s the perfect reminder for my kids! The canvasis from Homegoods. It was also a clearance item. It’s such a great pop of color. The wall color is Dolphin by Martha Stewart. The woodwork is White Dove by Benjamin Moore.
The bathroom has come such a long way!
This is the floor we put in last year when the initial repair started. I just love the vintage black and white looking effect with the light grey grout. The shower curtain are actually curtains from Ikea. I hate how short real shower curtains are. I have a cloth shower curtain liner on the inside with another rod, and I just pull them down once in a while and give them a wash.
It’s such a relief to finally have it done, and I love how bright it is. I don’t cringe any more when I go in there. 🙂
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