A Quick Wood Valance That is Easy to Install

When I updated my kids' bathroom in our rental home, there were not very many things that I could change. Everything had to be temporary and easy to remove. Plus I didn't want to deal with having to patch up holes etc...

Time: 1 HoursCost: $10Difficulty: Easy
  • a quick wood valence that is easy to install
One of the issues I had was with the old pink blind up in the window. I started taking it off but realized it would leave a large hole in the wall and I didn't want to deal with that. Plus, there are no houses on that side, so privacy was not really a problem.
  • a quick wood valence that is easy to install
I used 2 1x4 boards and 2x2 boards to build the valance. It was as simple as cutting the 2x2 to the width I needed the valance to be and the 4x4 to the width of the window. I attached them with wood glue and finish nails.
After this, I painted the entire valance white.
  • a quick wood valence that is easy to install
TO hang the valance on the window, I added d-rings on the back and hung up the valance. Since it is not directly attached to the wall, it is super easy to remove when we leave.
  • a quick wood valence that is easy to install
Isn't this so much better?! I love how clean and updated the entire bathroom looks!
What a difference a simple project makes.
There are so many easy and quick projects in this bathroom!
If you are a renter or just looking for easy and cheap ways to update your bathroom, you have to check out this bathroom makeover. Did I tell you I did everything in around $100!
I also recently completed a quick makeover in the guest bathroom of our new house! It is a makeover you don't want to miss!

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Anika Gandhi

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