Y’all I am in love with this driftwood monogram art and am so excited to share it with you! You can buy driftwood for this project or hunt it on your beach vacation this year. Either way this is sure to be one project that is the star of your home!
It is that time of year when I start cleaning and organizing my home. I am starting with some bathroom cabinet and drawer organization ideas. I picked up some great items at Dollar General that were perfect for the job. Follow along below and use one or more of the ideas for your own home.
After completing our bathroom upstairs, I thought the downstairs bathroom could use a little love as well. Just a little facelift and some new accessories. I started with making an extra long shower curtain then I added in some fun metal baskets. Plus I found an amazing chevron Listerine bottle that just had to be added to this bathroom as well.
I have a super quick and easy project for you today. This nautical art is perfect for bathrooms, beach houses, or any beach themed room that you have in your home. This one was first posted over at Buttons Galore and More last year but I am reposting it here because it still looks lovely in my bathroom! Grab those starfish and get crafty.
I am finally ready to reveal my nautical themed bathroom design. This post has a ton of pictures so sit back and enjoy the eye candy. Grab a few ideas for your own beach themed bathroom as well. I have been working on this one for a few weeks now and I must say I am super proud of the results. Do you know that feeling when something turns out just like you envisioned it? Yep this is just the way I saw this room in my head. If you are looking for before pictures of this room, you can head on over to the post from when it was a for the love of books bathroom. The kids are getting older now however and it was time for a change.
If you have been around here anytime at all, you know that I have been working on my upstairs bathroom. The next step is finding a bathroom cabinet. Boy that sounds like an easy task right? Well it was a challenge to find exactly the right piece of furniture for the space. But I have done it! Thanks to Sauder – my bathroom has a cabinet.
If you can sew a straight line then you can learn how to sew curtains. They really are that simple. I have already showed you how to sew a simple valance and now it is time for some full length drapes. I am continuing on in the upstairs bathroom and I hope to have a reveal for y’all soon. For now lets learn how to sew curtains the easy way!
Earlier this week I showed you how I have been painting a claw foot tub. Now I am going to give you another sneak peek into a paint project for my bathroom. A wicker bench that I have given a makeover with paint. A little light paint on wicker gives it a almost rustic beachy appearance that I thought would go perfectly with the vibe I am going for in this room. This is just the start of the projects for this room so y’all stay tuned for more bathroom projects and a final reveal soon. This post on painting wicker is part of my design team status with DecoArt however all projects and opinions are my own.
I have been working on painting a claw foot tub and the results make my heart sing. This is the first step in a bathroom makeover that I hope you all are going to love. Step one was to paint the monster in the room. I did some research and painting a claw foot tub is surprisingly easy. And I have been scared all of these years! This post is in conjunction with DecoArt and was compensated however all projects and opinions are my own.
Take a cue from the project below and paint a step stool this weekend. A fun and easy project that will look great in your bathroom, kitchen, or any other room in your home. So y’all I can’t reach the top cabinets in my kitchen. Yep I am tad short. So this step stool gives me the extra height I need without pulling up a kitchen chair. However I wanted it to be pretty and go in the kitchen as well. You will love this stencil and how easy it is to get this look for yourself. This project was originally posted over on the DecoArt blog but I am sharing here in case y’all missed it.