I had so much fun decorating the bathroom. Choosing all Better Homes and Gardens products was harder than I thought it would be because the products are priced so low. I had a terrible time picking out enough to spend the amount I was allotted because every time I added something I still had more to spend.
Well, I finally picked out everything and took the pictures this morning. Remember the Before?
Now here is the After:
I took your advice:
Mrs. Cox Said,
If you use your bathroom to unwind and relax, start incorporating more spa/zen like colors and textures. If it’s purely for getting ready – then add more functional pieces; a shelf over your toilet for more space, update the fixtures and linens, maybe add a little artwork to a wall.
So I added some artwork where the toilet is, above my sink, and two of the the Better Homes and Gardens three lengthwise mirrors above the towel rack. I also added the Better Homes and Gardens red curtain above my bathtub and a lengthwise bath mat for when I get out of the tub.
I love the wall color you have. You need something in your shower to hold all your shampoo bottles and stuff
So I added the Better Homes and Gardens shower organizer. I love how it has four adjustable shelves. We kept the color and I added a few Better Homes and Gardens bath towels, and on the bath tub I also changed out my candles and added the Better Homes and Gardens Black candle holders.
I love the color red so I kept that color and just got more of it. I organized the toilet room with a black Better Homes and Gardens shelf that my husband put together with the kids. It’s really nice to have a newly decorated bathroom and to actually have somewhere to put everything. New houses just don’t come with very much storage space. I might one day have to build my own shelves above the black shelf because there is quite a bit of unused space there.
Thank you Better Homes and Gardens for selecting us to participate in this fun and very well priced bathroom face lift. You can visit the Better Homes & Gardens Live Better Facebook Page to see photos from other bloggers showing off their before & after bathroom makeovers on a budget. You can even submit a photo of your own bathroom to enter to win a $200 Better Homes & Gardens Bathroom Makeover on a Budget.
We were provided with all of the supplies needed.