I’m back with another Sprucing up the Beehive post! It has been a while, but we still have been working on the rooms in our house, and how we can make them a little more organized and cozy!
We have 2 bathrooms – the master bathroom, and then what do you call the other bathroom? The guest bathroom? Just “the bathroom”? Anyways, it is a much smaller bathroom, but still needed a little help!
Part of the problem with this bathroom is it is just so small! However, I still wanted to make it a functional bathroom. Right now, we really don’t use the shower in this bathroom. But, I wanted to make it so it could be used if we have guests. Right now, believe it or not, this is Sammy’s bathroom (where he gets his baths!)
(I couldn’t find a picture of Sammy after his bath, but I found this one. Do you think my husband will be mad at me for posting this one?)
I got a shower caddy and put it in the corner of the shower, which helped clear up the corners of the tub that had been holding these items!
The shower curtain that had been in this shower was super old, so I just tossed it. I bought a clear shower liner and put it up, and for the longest time, I just left it like that! I just could not decide what color I wanted the shower curtain to be. Finally, I found this clear one, and decided to go with it! I really like how it looks!
I chose this kinda dark orangish color for the walls. It is called Caramel Sauce, and does look like the color of caramel sauce!
The wall opposite the toilet was the hard part. Before, there had been a mirror there, as well as a towel bar. However, due to where the stud was, the towel bar was very awkward, and you could not keep the door open – it would hit where the towel bar was. I decided that a towel bar just was not going to work, and instead got these hooks.
When my husband was hanging, we came across the “stud is not in a good place” problem. So, the answer to our problem was ….
We bought a long piece of wood and painted it white, and hung it all across the wall, to break up the carmel-ness. Then, we hung the hooks on that piece of wood. And, we just happened to have these towels that match perfectly! I really like how it turned out.
And let’s not forget the trash can. I got this little tiny step-trashcan which fits perfectly next to the shower. I like my trashcans to have a lid, and I love how this one looks.
I also found this little painting that I thought would match the walls and go good in the bathroom. I mean, what kind of art are you supposed to put in a bathroom??
But my favorite part is outside the bathroom!! There had been a little table in the hallway, but I found this little nightstand at Ikea and put in here. It gives us a little extra storage space. On the wall, I wanted to put some pictures, and this is what we came up with.
(R for my husbands name, J for me)
So there you have it – our “other” bathroom!
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