Hello, hello. Welcome back to the $100 Room Makeover challenge hosted by Lemons, Lavender, and Laundry week 3! Participating bloggers have all month to transform a space with a restricted budget and I’m taking on our rental bathroom. This week I’m sharing 3 renter friendly DIYs to add personality to a rental bathroom.
3 Renter Friendly DIYs for the Bathroom
DIY #1: “Wallpapered” shelves
Last week I shared our pretty new bathroom vanity from the landlord and I’ve enjoyed giving it some personality. First the open vanity shelves had stickers and shelf notches that I wanted to cover. I decided to add a floral print with leftover origami paper and command strips.
DIY #2: Stick on tiles
The oh so amazing 100 yen store here has just about everything including the bathroom rugs I mentioned last week and 3D stick on tiles.
I lined 3 sets of them up right above the sink and used the 4th for a Moroccan inspired tray for The Global Styler.
I really love all the Mediterranean blue and white in the space.
DIY #3: Storage with painted baskets
The baskets I bought for the bamboo shelf were the perfect size to use as “drawers” but were plain. I used chalk paint I had on hand to paint a stripe on each basket and them embellished it with a sharpie marker.
I can’t wait to show you the completed space next week. I just need to do a little more styling!
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To do list:
Ask landlord for vanity replacement – free Add a storage unit between the vanity and laundry – $39.99 (I already purchased the bamboo bathroom shelves from the mood board.) Place storage baskets on shelves to hold laundry supplies – $10.00 each (plus a DIY!) Hang pineapple print – already owned New hand towels blue and white – $20.00 Blue and white accents – stick on tiles; $3, and hanging plant; $9 New rugs – $6
Total spent: $88
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