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I lucked out in picking this color, bought it when they had a weekend sale by walking in choosing it from a strip and getting a gallon mixed up. I love this little rug and when I saw the colors, I knew it was perfect too for joining all my colors together. Muddy green, blue, brown, khaki, everything I needed in a rug.Sage green and white shower curtain was a Homegoods find.I love this piece too and it came from a neat shop in Birmingham called Stray Cats. These pretty aqua mercury glass soap and glass pieces were found at Homegoods too.

This is a small little room, but sure feels better with a makeover. One tip for those of you using beadboard wallpaper.Striped Rug – Steinmart Cabinet Hardware – Ebay Mirror – I’ll tell you about the new frame for the mirror in a later post, but you may remember that I DIY’d two mirror frames in my old house and that can save some bucks. I did have plenty of accessories on hand so didn’t buy anything new for that. Decorating a home doesn't have to cost a fortune and I've spent years thrifting at antiques markets and yard sales, finding those treasures that make a home unique. TOTAL Cost = 2Lots of bang for the buck, don’t you think?! The light fixture came from my old bathroom and I brought it with me. I'm here to inspire and encourage other women to find their own inner creativity. Another wall piece I already had, it fits in nicely here too. I hope you can see how updating the floors, walls, new paint and linens can totally bring a bathroom up to date. They are not jump-up-and-down highly excitable kind of people, but I can tell they totally love it and think it’s a HUGE improvement too. 🙂Here’s the breakdown on cost: Paint – Sherwin Williams Windsor Greige ( on sale)Beadboard Wallpaper – /roll – Have some left Trim Paint – Creamy by Sherwin Williams mixed at Walmart in Dutch Boy Semi-gloss – on clearance Chair rail & quarter round – Floors – Trafficmaster Allure Hickory (

This is a small little room, but sure feels better with a makeover. One tip for those of you using beadboard wallpaper.

Striped Rug – Steinmart $10Cabinet Hardware – $10 Ebay Mirror – I’ll tell you about the new frame for the mirror in a later post, but you may remember that I DIY’d two mirror frames in my old house and that can save some bucks. I did have plenty of accessories on hand so didn’t buy anything new for that. Decorating a home doesn't have to cost a fortune and I've spent years thrifting at antiques markets and yard sales, finding those treasures that make a home unique.

TOTAL Cost = $272Lots of bang for the buck, don’t you think?! The light fixture came from my old bathroom and I brought it with me. I'm here to inspire and encourage other women to find their own inner creativity.

Another wall piece I already had, it fits in nicely here too. I hope you can see how updating the floors, walls, new paint and linens can totally bring a bathroom up to date. They are not jump-up-and-down highly excitable kind of people, but I can tell they totally love it and think it’s a HUGE improvement too. 🙂Here’s the breakdown on cost: Paint – Sherwin Williams Windsor Greige ($35 on sale)Beadboard Wallpaper – $25/roll – Have some left Trim Paint – Creamy by Sherwin Williams mixed at Walmart in Dutch Boy Semi-gloss – $7 on clearance Chair rail & quarter round – $25 Floors – Trafficmaster Allure Hickory ($1.79/s.f.) We bought 2 boxes for around $100, had 1/2 box left.

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This is a small little room, but sure feels better with a makeover. One tip for those of you using beadboard wallpaper.Striped Rug – Steinmart $10Cabinet Hardware – $10 Ebay Mirror – I’ll tell you about the new frame for the mirror in a later post, but you may remember that I DIY’d two mirror frames in my old house and that can save some bucks. I did have plenty of accessories on hand so didn’t buy anything new for that. Decorating a home doesn't have to cost a fortune and I've spent years thrifting at antiques markets and yard sales, finding those treasures that make a home unique. TOTAL Cost = $272Lots of bang for the buck, don’t you think?! The light fixture came from my old bathroom and I brought it with me. I'm here to inspire and encourage other women to find their own inner creativity. Another wall piece I already had, it fits in nicely here too. I hope you can see how updating the floors, walls, new paint and linens can totally bring a bathroom up to date. They are not jump-up-and-down highly excitable kind of people, but I can tell they totally love it and think it’s a HUGE improvement too. 🙂Here’s the breakdown on cost: Paint – Sherwin Williams Windsor Greige ($35 on sale)Beadboard Wallpaper – $25/roll – Have some left Trim Paint – Creamy by Sherwin Williams mixed at Walmart in Dutch Boy Semi-gloss – $7 on clearance Chair rail & quarter round – $25 Floors – Trafficmaster Allure Hickory ($1.79/s.f.) We bought 2 boxes for around $100, had 1/2 box left.

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My mom wants to redo her bathroom in the Fall, when garden season is over. But, they are not ready for me to tear the house up trying to improve it. Linens & some accessories – Homegoods (I got a free 0 shopping spree and used about for this project). I'm Rhoda, from Atlanta, GA and I love decorating and DIY projects.You can see I added the beadboard wallpaper on all the walls in both rooms, except around the vanity area.I simply painted that side with the new wall color.I turned off the light so you could actually see the fixture.