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Vintage Farmhouse Bathroom Makeover

I'm finally finished with my bathroom makeover and thrilled to be sharing it all! I've repurposed a few things, thrifted a bunch of things and bought a few new things to pull it all together and come up with a vintage farmhouse style I really enjoy! Here are some highlights.
Here is the somewhat dreadful before. I haven't changed my bathroom decor in waaaaay too long! I used to like the color scheme (10 years ago) but I'm so over it lately!
And here is the after. I lighter, more airy feeling bathroom with lots of vintage accents and organizational aids!
These thrifted apothecary style glass jars hold cotton swabs, cotton balls, makeup removers and bath salts. I built the small wooden riser from some scrap wood.
A small salvaged drawer serves as a wall shelf to hold some fun vintage bottles and jars and a few other coordinating pieces.
This old magazine ad for Band-Aids got framed and is now pretty wall decor.
I made myself a new pallet sign in browns and teals.
Mason jars hold our toohtbrushes and toothpaste tubes, while an oil jar holds mouthwash. Hanging above them is a teal enamelware mug for rinsing.
This piece of wall decor was made from vintage pants hangers and a piece of pallet wood with lots of rusty nails! The pallet wood acts as a wall shelf while the hangers hold glass medicine bottles as bud vases.
There's lots more to see in my freshly redecorated bathrooms. Hop on over to the blog to see everything!

To see more: http://deniseonawhim.blogspot.com/2016/01/vintage-farmhouse-bathroom-makeover.html

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  • Sara
    Sara Clarkston, MI
    on Jan 31, 2016

    Looks great! Love the magazine, nice touch!

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