Bits of Sweetness: $6 Bathroom Makeover

$6 Bathroom Makeover

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Here's a math problem for you: What do you get when you have two curious boys + 1 exploring baby? 1 big mess in the bathroom (usually the toilet paper completely unrolled and thrown all over for decoration!!) I am all for exploring, but the bathroom is just not the best spot ever, if you know what I mean! I've been wanting more color in the bathroom, and needed a good solution for reaching little fingers, so enter the easiest bathroom makeover ever. 



I love using and repurposing what I already have on hand! Not only does it save money, but it cuts down on collecting so many things, and that is always a plus, right?! Not to mention, Josh is always a happier camper if I'm not breaking the bank with my little projects. (I love him!)


Cost breakdown:
Flatware Caddy: $0. Mine already.
Favorite Scarf: $0 (thrifted!)
Love tin: $0 (dollar section score years ago!)
Spray paint: $3
Vintage Knob: $3
Holder Lid: $0 (yay for upcycling!

Total spent: $6!

It's super easy to upcycle a jar or container to make a pretty holder.

1: Paint the holder with a fun bright color. To make a pattern, use tape, and allow time for the layers to dry.

2: Pick a contrasting color for your lid to add another fun pop of color to your space. 


4. Add a pretty knob. Hint: hardware stores have amazing options!
(They also had yellow and white in these vintage knobs!)
Antique stores would be great too.

5. Add your favorite toilet paper. I just discovered this Scott Naturals Tube-Free tissue and, can I just say how thrilled I am to not have all the t.p. tube waste?! They still amazingly fit on the same holder! (Plus right now, you can score Scott Tube Free for almost 1/2 the price of a regular 4 pack with this $2 off coupon here!) It's awesome! The next time you're at Target, pick some Scott Tube Free up!

I know they make great craft projects, and our boys sure love them, but most of the time, they just spill all over the recycling container. I added this to the fun green holder to keep the toilet paper mess at bay! 

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What are your favorite ways to add color to your space? 
What colors would you use right now to add a few fun pops?


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2 comments :

  1. The cost of the spray paint wasn't on your list.

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    1. It's included ;) both were under $3 total

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