And here are the before and afters!
(Please note that I'm having some difficulties with the new photo editing software I'm using, so the colour and contrast is all off in these photos. Hopefully I can fix it soon!)
Our bathroom may look small, but we can easily move around in there (and even both brush our teeth at the same time), which suits us. I was able to make the hooks and shelving on the walls for under $20 using materials I found at hardware stores, dollar stores and my dad's scrap wood pile. By adding these little things (and organizing the existing storage) our bathroom is much more functional
For the base, I found a piece of wood trim my dad had lying around in his garage. It was about 20 inches wide which was perfect for screwing into the studs in our bathroom wall, to ensure that it would be safe and sturdy for heavy wet towels.
Bathroom Towel Hook Breakdown:
Hooks (3 x $1.25) $3.75
Wood Baseboard Free! (From my Dad's scrap wood pile)
Spray Paint Already had
Screws & Anchors Already had
Total Cost = $3.75
bathroom shelves we made are still looking great. I still can't believe that I made all three of them for $12, when just one was about $15 anywhere we looked.
Once it was painted, it looked much better.
IKEA) because the old one was in under the sink, making it next to impossible to reach.
Linking Up To:
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Tips & Tutes @ Home Stories A to Z
Cowgirl Up @ Crafty Texas Girls
Show and Share @ Southern Lovely
What I Whipped Up Wednesday @ Sugar and Dots