October 3, 2011

Kids Bath Reveal

I am finally getting around to posting the kids bathroom!
I am so excited to share this bathroom redo, it is my new favorite room. 
I think every room that I just finish is my new favorite:)

Ok here is the before again...


Everything in this bathroom was builder standard. 
The bathroom itself was is great shape, but it definitely needed some pick me up.

And the after...


Aww, much better!
I did this bathroom fairly cheap. The big cost was the beadboard and paint but everything else was pretty inexpensive. I showed you how to frame the mirror here which only cost me $10 for this mirror.


I'm still looking for a new light fixture, I haven't found the perfect one just yet.

I whipped up these prints in photoshop and printed them on cardstock. 
I got the frames from ikea for $1.99 each for a total of $6!


The shower curtain and rug came from target.



I had been trying to figure of what to do with bath toys when I saw this basket on clearance at walmart. 
I think it works perfect!


On the opposite wall I hung this "boats" sign that I got from Tai Pan. It was all the wrong colors, but I loved it so much that I painted over it with diluted white paint and navy blue craft paint. Then I lightly sanded over it to give it a bit of a distressed look.


I made the hooded towels following this tutorial. 
It was SUPER easy and my kids LOVE them!


Probably my favorite project in this room are the towel hooks. 


I got these faucet handles at Ace hardware for $2.50 a piece. They were red but I spray painted them orange. I think they are so fun and add a lot of character to a kids space!


and lastly I had extra orange spray paint and sprayed the kids step stool to match.


And there is my kids bathroom reveal.

26 comments:

Mandi @ Finding Home said...

This is sooooo adorable!! I love that you used faucets as towel hooks. I just can't get over how darling this space is. Great job!

Lori said...

You did an awesome job! I bet your kids love it! I love the shower curtain - Target always has the cutest stuff! Your attention to detail is great!

Lori : )
Thrifty Decor Mom

Karen said...

That looks GREAT!!

Sarah said...

Pinning it! I love it! The colors, the towel hooks - everything! I especially love that the "Boats" sign points to the tub. Could you post those two prints? Or email them to me? ;) They are so cute!

Dacia said...

Oh my goodness, that bathroom is just darling! Super love the colors & I'm so glad my towel tute could help you make cute matching towels. What a great job you did!!

Megan said...

Super cute! So impressed! You are a woman of many talents!

Natalie said...

ahhhh elyse!! so so so cute! great job girly. i love it. love the colors and totally impressed that you did those pics yourself in photoshop. love the hooks, towels- all of it. great job!

michele said...

so gorgeous! found you via HOH.

hope you'll visit me and my giveaway:
http://hellolovelyinc.blogspot.com/2011/10/more-stencil-splendor-giveaway.html

warmly.

michele

Stephanie Richardson said...

Awww! That's so great! The colours are fabulous. What a fun room! Found you through Crafty, Scrappy, Happy.

Leanne said...

I love so many things about this bathroom. You did an incredible job. Thanks for linking to the Home Decor and Organizing Link Party. I'm featuring this on my FB fan page tonight.

Healthy Branscoms said...

It looks great! I love the hooks and the step stool to match the best! :) What a great room!

Jaime Lyn at Crafty Scrappy Happy said...

Ohhh my goodness I love the bathroom! I love the nautical feel and the wonderful details! Just fabulous! :o) I don't think I could even tell you which part is my favorite! Thank you so so much for linking up at crafty scrappy happy!!!!!
Jaime

Jaime Lyn at Crafty Scrappy Happy said...

ps I am totally a new follower!
:o)
Jaime from crafty scrappy happy

Kelly said...

It's so cute! You did such an amazing job. And I love those towel hooks too.

Brandi said...

adorable bathroom! such a cute makeover!

Heather said...

Adorable. Do you miind sharing what fonts you used?

WithAShotOf_Brandy said...

What a wonderful transformation! Thank you so much for sharing your project with my readers!

Debbie said...

Very cute!!! What is the color you used on the wall called, I have the same rug but different shower curtain!

Elyse@Loving Your Space said...

Debbie, for the wall color I just took my shower curtain in to Home Depot and matched it with the lighter blue. Then I had them put some white in it to lighten it a bit more. Sorry I don't have an exact color for you!

Lance and Kara Ford Family said...

So I totally blog stock you and think that you are so talented! I am going to be hiring you to help me do my new house when we build it. I love your style.

Korrie@RedHenHome said...

This is SO adorable! I am wondering...how difficult was it to put the beadboard behind the toilet?

Elyse@Loving Your Space said...

Korrie, the beadboard behind the toilet was easy. Since this bathroom is upstairs the water valve is on the floor and not the wall. So the beadboard just went straight against the wall! Other bathrooms would have been more difficult but this one was easy!!

Inspire Me Heather said...

You've done a beautiful job putting that bathroom together and I love the colours!!! I've got this linked to my bathrooms post too today, well done

Michelle @ Ten June said...

How precious! I love the color scheme and those faucet handles... genius! : )

Chris and Hil said...

I seriously LOVE this bathroom!!! Are you willing to share your photoshop prints? I just found your blog and now at 2:30 am want to start redecorating! :P

Jamie Pearson said...

Love love love the bathroom. Can't wait to look at the rest of your blog. Anyway you are willing to share the prints in your bathroom. They are so cute.

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