This week I revamped the smallest room at home. Last week I finished the bathroom (we had the bath removed and put a showercabin, a new cabinet and sink ). This is a very time room with a toilet and a sink.
I don't have a picture of the totally BEFORE of last year, but I do have this shot of the proces of revamping. The old room had a round neon light (hate them), a small medicin cabinet and a seperate mirror with a glass shelf full of make-up beneath (the girls use the toilet for make-up in case the shower is occupied), a flowered bordertape on the tiles (you can still see remnants behind the watertank) and a blue seat.
I removed the shelf and mirror at the image below already. We hang a nice old lamp we already had instead of the neon, got a new medicin cabinet with a mirror on the door, painted darkgrey (with coupon it was around 27 dollar). I bought two iron wirework towelholders. One smaller one for the towel and one larger one to hold two rolls of paper. Works great. They were 6 and 8 dollars each. The white soapdish was 0.70 cents in the one dollar store. A new seat was 9 dollars. I hang a "curtain" for the window that was a vintage crocheted tablecloth. The candles (we have a lot of powerfailures) I made from old bedlegs (read here). The shelf was an old shelf that I painted white and sanded. The print is an image from the graphic fairy that I printed out and framed with an old frame. All the make-up pencils and masqara I stored in a cherub vase of the one dollar store that costed a dollar. Cost of revamp around 50 dollars.
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