spray paint (actually, less than one can!), some scrap wood and various accessories. Pretty crazy, huh?
You see, I have this problem with finishing projects. My walls are still only half gray, our kitchen still needs some love, and don't even get me started on our bedroom. So seeing this bathroom in all of its splendor is a bit surreal.
With that now out in open, let's get down to details. When I last updated you, I had just installed the rustic wood shelves. Since then, I've hung the towel rack by attaching standard sawtooth picture hangers to the back of the wood.
white shower curtain, which I love.
I've also added some pretty art, which I printed from Young House Love's watercolor downloads. (Thanks, guys!) I love the bright colors it adds to the room.
Spray paint used for the soap pump and cabinet knob, shelf brackets, and light fixture - $7
Chalkboard paint and Polycrylic - Already owned
New towels - $16 on sale from Target
Wood for the shelves - Already owned
Brackets for the shelves - $18
Picture frame and free art - $5
Paint - Free, thanks to Ace Hardware's free paint promotion
Shower curtain - $16 from Amazon (Now it is even lower at $13)
Hooks for the towel rack - $8 from Lowes
Total - $70
By using what I already had on hand (like the wood, chalkboard paint, and Polycrylic), and updating existing fixtures with spray paint (the light, cabinet knob, and soap pump) instead of buying new I saved a lot of money, which makes me one happy gal.
If you'd like to read more about each project, you can do so by clicking on the following links; bathroom before photos, bathroom mood board, spray painting the hardware, a medicine cabinet makeover, diy towel rack, painting, light fixture redo, and installing the shelves.