One Bathroom, Styled Two Ways for spring
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Today I’m excited to share with you our master bathroom, styled two ways for spring.
Here in the Midwest, our winter beauty routine differs greatly from our spring and summer routines due to the huge swing in temperatures.
In the spring, I like to trade out the heavy products of the winter and lighten things up with the scent of spring.
This year, while I was at it, I decided to add a few inexpensive things to update our master bathroom. We moved in nearly three years ago, but this room still hasn’t been touched with a paintbrush or any form of decor! That’s been just fine with me, because I like to keep things pretty minimal in the bathroom.
With that minimalist approach in mind, I was able to really update the space with just a few simple accessories for less than $50.
Always one to second guess every design choice I make, I’m sharing two different approaches on the same room. Which way do you like best? Let me know in the comments below!
Master Bathroom Mini Makeover
Look 1: Coral Chic
My favorite way to decorate is with bold pops of color against a neutral palette. I’ve always gravitated toward little pops of coral and and pink in home decor, but I’ve never taken it too far, because the men in my family won’t stand for it.
I’d been wanting to find a way to brighten up the dark floors against the white cabinets, so when I found this rug at Target I had to try it out!
I was inspired to pull out my late grandmother’s vintage mirrored vanity tray to fit this more feminine color scheme. Lately, I’ve become convicted about displaying and using items that bring me joy, instead of bubble wrapping and preserving them somewhere in a box. I just love this piece!
I pulled out some apothecary jars I already owned and filled them with cotton balls and swabs. I love the scent of lavender, so I was thrilled when I found this Mrs. Meyer’s® Lavender Body Wash.
I’ve always been a fan of the Mrs. Meyer’s® brand because of how their products are thoughtfully formulated with essential oils and plant-derived and other thoughtfully-chosen ingredients. And, even though it’s summer, my skin still tends to be a bit on the dry side, so I like how Mrs. Meyer’s® body wash contains ingredients like Aloe Vera Gel and flaxseed oil.
Since my husband isn’t quite as passionate about this color scheme, I swapped out his coral washcloth with a coordinating gray one. 🙂
Look 2: Black and White
It’s amazing how you can really transform a space on the cheap, just by getting creative with accessories you already have around the house. Bold patterns really make these simple black and ivory accessories pop.
While I’m not someone who would normally choose to go completely neutral in a room, I think it totally works in this Master Bathroom.
For this look, I pulled out a rug I already owned but totally love for this room. I also had these kitchen towels I found on clearance. Who said kitchen towels were just for the kitchen, anyway? I’ve found them to be far less expensive options as every day hand towels for the guest and master bath.
I also pulled this dish from the kitchen that I use every once in a great while for entertaining. Why not give it everyday functionality here in the bathroom? I love how it pulls texture and warmth into the space, while containing my toiletries.
This look gets points for being a little contemporary, a little boho, and totally gender neutral.
I hope you liked my Master Bathroom mini makeover! Which look is your favorite? Please let me know in the comments below!
Then, give your own bathroom and spring routine a mini makeover with a few inexpensive accessories, and Mrs. Meyer’s® brand products. You can pick up your favorites, like the Mrs. Meyer’s® Lavender Body Wash and Bar Soap in the garden-inspired scents that you love, at Target.
4 thoughts on “Master Bathroom Mini Makeover”
I really like the simplicity of the black and white. And since both are such small changes you could change every couple of weeks. Noralee
Totally agree! I love the idea of switching things up every month or so.
Coral! I love the subtle pop!
Thanks, Dana! I do love me some coral!