Friday Favorites: Shared Kids Rooms and Small Bathrooms
Happy Friday, once again! We have just ONE more Friday left in the school year here for my kiddos… eep! (If your last day of school is coming close, too, be sure to grab the printable photo signs we updated and shared earlier this week here.) In our Friday Favorites today, we have some shared rooms, some small rooms, and some kitty love… since it’s been awhile 😉 Have a great weekend!
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Favorite big impact makeover: It doesn’t take a spa-like bathroom to look amazing — this small bathroom makeover at Angela Marie Made went from basic to beautiful in just 6 weeks. The new vanity makes such an impact!
Favorite kitty find: We love our kitties, so of course, we love this cat shirt found here on Amazon (and there’s another version here as well… and a bunch more here if you prefer sweaters, onesies, or different styles.)
Favorite space-saving room-sharing idea: Space in a shared kids’ room is always at a premium (do the stuffed animals multiply every night?!) and this shared boys room with stacked loft-style beds at The Vanderveen House has storage and then some! Two beds, and a desk, with storage in between — amazing!
Favorite not-so-small shared room: I’ve always dreamed of a bunk room (like we shared last week) and this bunk room from a recent home show sets my heart aflutter. (Photo ©Remodelaholic | Home built by Xcellent Homes; Interior Design by Sherri Hymas, Tradah Design)
Favorite welcome home: The interior of a home has always been my favorite place to focus, improving and making our living space better, but a nice front porch just can’t be beat! Lantern Lane Designs has a beautiful home and does a beautiful job making the porch beautiful, too!
Favorite mirror trick: Mirrors are always great for making a small space seem larger. We spotted this small bathroom by @atstylemyhome in our #imaremodelaholic tag over on Instagram, and I really like the mirrored doors on the vanity! What do you think?
(Remember, our Remodelaholics Anonymous link sharing has now moved over to our blogger group on Facebook, and we have a new Remodelaholics Anonymous DIYer Support Group group for anyone, blog or not, to join and share projects, ask questions, and get inspired!)
Thank you so much for sharing my bathroom makeover!!!
Very creative, and fabulous.