When I make my mind up on something, I'm pretty much unstoppable. Ask Josh (he loves it...sarcasm). Well, a couple weeks ago I made up mind that our guest bathroom was in need of a makeover. And guess what?!? Said makeover is now complete. Step one was painting the walls navy blue (Benjamin Moore Midnight Navy) and step 2 was accessorizing. I had planned to do the bathroom with yellow accents, but when I spotted this Nate Berkus shower curtain at Target (for $25!), I totally changed direction.
I went with the towels that matched (and added a much-needed towel hook by the sink). I also picked up a fun white soap pump from Target and a navy blue trash can (from Bed Bath and Beyond) and bath mat (from Target...the Threshold one, not the awful Restyle one!).
But I had the most fun with the "art." I had these frames and shells on hand from a display we used to have hanging over our bar in the living room. I always liked the idea, but it didn't really fit the space we used to have it in (now inhabited by my DIY chevron art). When I took it down, I knew I would reuse it somewhere eventually. So after a few coats of spray paint to the frames, here it is now.
I also created this little print in Photoshop, printed it out, and put it in a frame. As pathetic as it is, it may just be my favorite part of the whole room!
And I also used one of those porcelain pens to jazz up a plain white bowl a bit.
After putting some soaps in a cute jug, I really like the look of the shelves.
Originally I had planned to frame out the mirror, but once I was done with the makeover, it doesn't seem as necessary. I'll probably get around to it one day, but for now, we're going to consider this room dones-o!
$100 and a couple weeks of intermittent work/shopping and we went from this...