Updating old bathroom cabinets
Even more so, I love all the added layers color that can be brought into a bathroom to make it not only a functional space, but a magical oasis – ) can seem daunting when thinking about a makeover.There’s plumbing, electrical, tile, and more that is involved in changing.
Last, but certainly not least, but actually the most important… If you’re on a bare bones budget and have very little to spend, focus on the layers. a pretty shower curtain, a simple window treatment (), look how it has come alive with new paint, a killer light fixture, and a gorgeous shower curtain.A fixture can truly make or break a room, and typically I live by the motto ! I’m all for good light in a bath space, but you don’t need a blinding light that is glaring into your eyes every time you enter.How many of you have those old eye-ball style fixtures with 3 or 5 or 7 bulbs across and every time you walk into the bath you cringe because it’s so bright? Upgrade to a fixture(s) that is different and maybe not typical for a bathroom.Since the fixtures of a bathroom are often white or light-colored, think about adding a pop of color on the walls.Or, if you’re desiring a serene and calming space, go light – not white, but light. Check out one of my all-time favorite before and after bathroom makeovers that incorporates a splash of color fun on the walls, via BHG…
I’m still loving the $17 light that I found at Lowe’s for my powder room. This light is functional exciting Lindsay also has a great post on finding the perfect bathroom light!