Yesterday I showed you our DIY towel bar out of a baseball sign our son had hanging in his room for years. Well all of the hard work has paid off and now these little changes we made to our son's bathroom turned out to make a huge difference! What I love most is that it only took a weekend to give him a whole new refreshed space, with minimal cost. Once again, my bad that I forgot to take a before pic but here are the details for the finished project!
A new paint color was the first change we made. Goodbye brown & hello clean white!
My budget didn't allow to change the countertops or the vanity so I just painted it to give it a new look. It used to be a muddy brown color that I despised and still do in multiple rooms of our home. I used Annie Sloan's chalk paint in pure white and in a few hours I had my "new" vanity.
We also installed handles on the cabinets to give it a finished look. I had previously purchased the rug a few months ago.
I thought our DIY towel rack needed a little something above it to complete the look. The metal #3 (his baseball number) is something I picked up from the infamous Round Top Antique Market in Round Top, TX a couple of years ago.
But of course he needed a baseball nightlight!
The striped shower curtain was also purchased when I bought his rug.
Previously there was nothing above the toilet so I reframed this picture that he had hanging in his room of him and his dad walking off the field for one last time together.
We couldn't be more thrilled with how this project turned out. I was happy to filter some of his baseball decor into another space, to keep the cost down. The most important thing is that Jack loves it!