Everything in this bathroom was builder standard.
The bathroom itself was is great shape, but it definitely needed some pick me up.
And the after…
Aww, much better!
This bathroom was done on an amazing budget. The big cost was the beadboard and paint but everything else was pretty inexpensive. She shows how she framed the mirror here which only cost $10!
She’s still on the hunt for the perfect light fixture.
She created the prints in photoshop and the Ikea frames totaled $6.
The shower curtain and rug came from target.
On the opposite wall is a “boats” sign that she got from Tai Pan. It was all the wrong colors, but she loved it so much that she painted over it with diluted white paint and navy blue craft paint then lightly sanded over it to give it a bit of a distressed look.
She made the hooded towels following this tutorial.
My favorite project in her room are the towel hooks. Arent’ they cute?
The faucet handles came from Ace hardware for $2.50 a piece. They were red but she spray painted them orange. I think they are so fun and add a lot of character to a kids space!
and lastly she used up the extra orange spray paint for the kids step stool to match.
Love this! The transformation is awesome!
This is great! All that hard work made it so personal and budget friendly!
I have been contemplating what I was going to do with my boys bathroom and this post gave me a lot of great inspiration to work with. Thanks, Sunny
so, so cute! love the colors, the fun wall art, and the adorable rug!
so cute n fun! I don't think the kids want to come out later..
Adorable! I can't wait to try making those hooded towels.
So cute! I especially love the sign and how cute to use the outdoor sprinkler thingys (can't remember the name) for hooks. What a great makeover. Proves that builder standard does not have to stay standard!
How fun is that, the little munchkins will love it!!!
What an adorable bathroom! I love how she made it looks so great on a budget.
Very cute!! What color did you use on the wals?
Very cute, My kids' bathroom looks kinda similar, what color did you use on the walls?
Debbie – Elyse did an amazing job! Please visit her original post at http://www.lovingyourspace.org/2011/10/kids-bath-reveal.html to inquire about the paint color. I'm sure she'll get back to you!