Sean and I have lived in our home that we built, for about 4 years now. We painted every wall so nothing would be left white. With color on the walls we didn’t feel obligated to add decor right away. We haven’t touched our master bath in 4 years and it really needed a little freshening up. We finally finished adding shelves to the wall. It makes such a difference. We also wanted to get rid of the rack over the door. I cannot stand this rack, it looks so terrible. Check out the before and after photos. I’ve linked everything I can below as well.
In hopes to get rid of the rack on the door, we made our own towel hanger. We found scrap wood in our basement and bought individual hooks at Menards. It was really easy to do too. We tucked it far under the bottom shelf so the towels would have enough room to hang. Coincidentally the towels are now hanging above the vent so they dry quicker.
The shelves were a purchase from Menards and so were the brackets. There were multiple styles to choose from in both the shelving and the brackets. I really like the distressed barn wood vibe with the contrasting bronze finish of the hardware.
The corner shelf remained but now holds a beautiful lavender plant that adds just the right amount of purple accents into this space. I found this faux plant at Gordmans for half off. They have great decor pieces.
The sign is something I’ve had for awhile and the glass jar is older too. I find cute little storage containers in the dollar aisle at Target or the Dollar Store. No need to splurge here. I have many, many varieties of lotions that I use regularly and like to have them all on display so I continue to use them. I find that if I tuck them in a cabinet, I forget about them and they go unused. What good is that!The whole project was very inexpensive and I used a lot of what I already had. We love how it turned out. There are a few other home projects that we took on recently; our half bath and the laundry room. Those updates will be on the blog once they are completed.
Thank you all so much for reading. Until next time,