Have a tiny bathroom and in need of some small bathroom organization ideas? I am here to help! I was challenged to makeover a small space this month by Better Homes and Gardens. I knew right away that I wanted to use some of their amazing collection from Walmart to organize this ultra small area in our bathroom. I think there are a ton of houses that have a small powder room or other tiny bathroom area and these organization ideas are perfect for those.
I have a fun little treat for y’all today. You can print this Meet the Fockers bathroom art for your home. Just click below to print for free. This is a fun sign with the famous Meet the Fockers quote “if it’s yellow let it mellow, if it’s brown flush it down”. It is meant to be a funny, quirky addition to your bathroom. Download and print yours below then hang to make your guests giggle! After all, who wants to be serious in the bathroom??
A good makeup organizer is hard to come by. We have an idea for you today that will only take minutes to pull together and will keep you organized in the bathroom! Grab some mason jars and get started on this fun project right now. You will have a make up organizer in minutes and be ready to clean out that bathroom drawer into some cute and functional storage. Do you also want to win your own Silhouette? There are details on how to do that at the bottom of this post as well!
Did you know that you can sew your own felt storage baskets? You can even make then shaped like whales similar to what I did here. Y’all will love these for any new babies in your life or make a batch of these to organize a kids’ room or bathroom. Whichever you decide, you will want to make several of these felt storage baskets for your home. This one was first posted at Crafts Unleashed but I am posting here in case you missed it.
I showed y’all my whale dresser and more of the nursery for my grandson here. This whale canvas art is also in the room. I am reposting this one here but it was originally on Crafts Unleashed where I am compensated for being on their design team. See the craft tutorial below where I show you how to make these adorable canvases for your own home or as a gift.
I am back to share the final pictures of my bathroom remodel plus offer up a testimonial about our entire Bath Fitter experience. The bathroom looks amazing now that we have our Bath Fitter tub installed. You can read more about the consultation here and the actual installation here. In one day, we went from a 1950s bathroom with no shower to a gorgeous tub and shower insert. The Bath Fitter features we picked blend perfectly with the existing tile and allowed us to complete this bathroom remodel quickly and with less mess. This post is sponsored by Bath Fitter, however all projects and opinions are my own.
A new tub in a day? Yes, we did it and you can too. I told you earlier this week about getting a Bath Fitter consultation. We decided to go for it and have our custom bathtub manufactured and installed. I took a ton of pictures of the process as well as a time lapse video. If you have ever considered a Bath Fitter remodel, this post is for you! I will describe everything about the process. Then stay tuned, because next week I will reveal the final images of this bathroom and give you my thoughts on the entire experience. This is one series that you do not want to miss. This post is sponsored by Bath Fitter however all opinions and statements are my own. Psst…don’t forget that you can click here to schedule a consultation with Bath Fitter online or call (888) 985-5122. [Read more…]
It is remodel time around here! We are considering a change to a bathroom in a small house we currently rent out. I tried out a free Bath Fitter consultation just to see what my options were. I thought I would take y’all along on the consultation so you can see the steps. This post is sponsored by Bath Fitter however all opinions are my own.
This is one project y’all are going to love. Did you know that you can paint your own rusty sign from items you have in your spice cabinet? It is such an easy technique and one that anyone can master. So decide what vintage looking sign that you want and grab your supplies today!
I made these Ballard knock off oars to go in my nautical themed bathroom some time ago. They are so easy to make I thought I would share the complete step by step instructions with y’all. Follow along below to see how to make all four oars….y’all they are so much easier to make than you think they are!