A boring master bath gets a mini-remodel into a gorgeous French country bathroom, with a navy, gray and white color palette and a floor restoration specialists assistance.
Sometimes you just need a refresh! If you’re bored of your bathroom or its decor just screams last decade then a lot of the time, a remodel will sort this issue. You can click here to find a reliable plumber to help you with this if you’re in this situation but it’s also important to remember about your budget. Bathroom models aren’t the cheapest! You sometimes look at the bank account and it tells you “no, I don’t think so.” So a mini-remodel is in store instead, in the form of colors and prints and decor and a new sink!
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That’s how I was feeling about our master bath. We had originally painted it this lovely lighter gray color when we first moved in, and I had paired it with lots of white towels and a gray shower curtain that my husband brought with us into the marriage. It was time for that curtain to go, and thus my French country concept was born when I set my eye on that gorgeous white and blue shower curtain at HomeGoods!
That shower curtain set it off: a blue and gray and white color theme with a rustic French country style. My husband helped me put together these gorgeous, rustic DIY pipe shelves, and I filled them with glass jars, jewelry, perfume and these adorable vintage Italian prints. My turquoise Ball jars were the perfect addition for makeup brushes and toothbrushes!
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I’m not a huge fan of any “style” of decor going too far in one direction, and so I loved adding those industrial shelves and this cement tissue box cover to give the space a little edge. Some of the other items we used include:
- A set of navy blue cotton towels,
- A white cotton bath mat,
- A DIY printable from Magnolia Market, in a gold vintage frame, and
- A white ceramic soap dispenser.
What room needs a mini-remodel in your house? Share with me by commenting below!