This bath is not fancy by any stretch of the imagination, but it's bright with the glass block window, has double sinks, & a fair amount of storage.
One thing that was totally bugging me, were these little towel hooks. Now these might work for some people, if you have little kiddos & this is their bathroom. It was not working for me, however.
Soooo......The Man & I purchased a new towel bar & 2 matching hand-towel rings at Lowe's. We chose to go with polished chrome because it will work with just about any decor.
The Man filled all the holes, & we will be painting, but that's not a priority right now.
Just before we moved, I received an email from Rondell @ Something Nice & Pretty that I had won this cute give-away. She was so sweet to hold off shipping for a few days until I got moved into our new home. The give-away was this adorable wooden box w/a handle & this vintage Ball/Mason jar.
I was pretty sure I would use it in the guest bathroom, but didn't know exactly how I would use it.
Well, this is what I did. What do you think?
I just tucked in a few little guest shampoos, body lotions, etc. plus some extra hand towels & face cloths.
I just grabbed a bit of faux ivy & this spray of bendy branches to add some height & texture.
Great place for the Q-tips! Love the tin lid on this jar!
The light fixture is another replacement project, but not a priority.
The towels, art & metal candle holder were all from our old house.
Bought this picture at Kirklands several years ago, & it's perfect with the colors I like for this bath.
My sweet daughter gave me this cute little metal tealight holder. It, too, works great in this room.
I know, I know, it's a bit early for Halloween; but these foaming soaps & little candle holder (all from the Bath & Body Shop) were just so cute & worked with my color scheme.
Green Apple Candy -- yummy!
Sour Drop.......these glow in the dark! The Grands love 'em!
Cute little green monster.......right now he has a "Frosted Cupcake" candle that smells so delish!
The other refills I have are Pumpkin Patch & Spiced Cider. Anyone in the mood for Fall besides me?
I love this glass block window.
I combined several natural elements that I already had & that happened to be in a box
I had already opened -- Yay!!!!
So, anyhoo, this is how the room transformed.
Not a "giant leap" for mankind, but definitely a "small-step" for me. Hope you enjoyed.
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