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Kid’s Bathroom Makeover

Kid's Bathroom Makeover

This sad, sad bathroom has been staring at me for years. I just put it on the back burner while finishing other projects throughout the house, and decided it was time to give it a little update. Yes! So excited for this one!

Here is the bathroom before I started the update… very similar to our master bath and guest bathroom before I updated those rooms also.

Kid's Bathroom Makeover
Kid's Bathroom Makeover
Kid's Bathroom Makeover
Kid's Bathroom Makeover
Kid's Bathroom Makeover

I cannot tell you how satisfying it was to demo this tile with a giant hammer and crow bar. This was the first time I’ve taken out tile. It was tough, but almost like therapy smashing away at it. I was actually pretty nervous about putting in the wood floors, but the process was shockingly easy! Anyone could do it. The floors I went with are solid, affordable, and really beautiful too.

I know, you’re wondering why I thought it needed updating. It was already so gorgeous. 😂

I considered taking out the tub/shower combo and putting a walk-in shower here, but decided to keep it the way it was and put my money into something else. You can’t always splurge! But I still feel that it turned out so cute with this fun shower curtain. What do you think?

Kid's Bathroom Makeover

The gorgeous matte black faucet is by Pfister. We also have a Pfister faucet in the kitchen, and love the selection they offer. I chose this one because of the modern look and clean lines. Completely timeless, and won’t ever go out of style.

Kid's Bathroom Makeover
Kid's Bathroom Makeover

This vanity was a total winner. The construction is so good. This thing is solid! It also comes with the counter top and sink already installed, which was so great. I recommend this vanity 100%

Kid's Bathroom Makeover
Kid's Bathroom Makeover

I added shiplap to the room in Graphic Charcoal by Behr. I love the dark color in this small space. I think most people are scared to add a dark color to the walls when the room is small, but I really feel that it adds such a fun contrast and almost makes it feel larger.

I went with a mix of horizontal and vertical, just because I thought it would be fun. Ultimately, my goal in the kid’s bathroom, was to create a fun space that wasn’t obnoxiously kid-like. Still stylish and pretty.

All of the items I used in the Kid’s bathroom are linked below!

Here is the link for the Faucet, too!

Kid's Bathroom Makeover

Thanks for stopping by!

XOXO,

Kid's Bathroom Makeover

Kid's Bathroom Makeover

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