Bright Kids Bathroom Reveal

Submitted By Loving Your Space

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 herewhich 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.
It makes bath time so much easier!!

Love that wall art? Me, too, so I made my own version. Get the freee printable download here.

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Cassity Kmetzsch started Remodelaholic after graduating from Utah State University with a degree in Interior Design. Remodelaholic is the place to share her love for knocking out walls, and building everything back up again to not only add function but beauty to her home. Together with her husband Justin, they have remodeled 6 homes and are working on a seventh. She is a mother of four amazing girls. Making a house a home is her favorite hobby.

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  1. The splashes of orange color make this bathroom so fun and unique. I love what you did with it. The spigots are also a very creative touch.

  2. I adore this bathroom and it actually looks likes something I could afford to put together! How long ago did you get that darling rug and do you know the brand? Do you know what the paint color is called? My sons bathroom is currently the most awful turquoise bright little mermaid color and I’m sad to admit my uncrafty self was actually trying when I picked it. And are you willing to share those prints? Thanks for all your help. Sorry for so many questions!!!

    1. Hilary – This was a guest post so I don’t have all the answers, but if you don’t hear back from the author you can just hop on over to her blog, the link is at the top of the post!
      GOOD LUCK!

  3. I love this design, can you tell me how to make the prints for hte bathroom? Please thank you so much! You are so talented!

  4. Hello, love what you did with your.bathroom. Can you please give me.the name color and brand you used walls?