Change is a necessary part of human life. We change what we eat in order to live healthier lives, we change aspects of our lifestyles to become better parents, and we change our homes when we get bored of our surroundings. Sure, two of those things are maybe, just maybe, a bit more important than the other, but let’s not forget what a bad backsplash or ugly decor can do to our psyches!

Making seemingly big changes to your home, especially your bathrooms, doesn’t always seem like a plausible option when you are on a tight budget, but here are a few fun and inexpensive things you can do to completely turn your space around.

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1. Add Some Simple Floating Shelves

It’s true that you may not want to keep any of your more unsightly bathroom products on open floating shelves (let’s keep the cleaning products and tissue paper under the sink where they belong), but some classy decor can easily turn these highly functional storage units into something that transforms the entire vibe or your bathroom,

Visit Shanty 2 Chic for tons of great ideas on affordable home remodeling and DIY projects.

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2. Spraypaint The Faucets

Spray paint definitely won’t last forever, nor will it turn your regular old faucet into a real bronzed masterpiece, but it will help give your bathroom a major facelift. This project takes very little time and effort to complete and the absolutely gorgeous end result will make breathing in all of those stinky spraypaint fumes more than worth it.

Find some thrifty home reno inspiration and a dose of family cuteness at Bonfires and Wine.

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3. Frame The Mirror

The presence of a gorgeous mirror can change the entire appearance of your bathroom, but if you’re not totally up for paying those antique store prices or spending hours at a home goods store trying to find the right one, you can just transform your old one with this great DIY instead. Creating the real wooden frame for this project is just about as easy as it gets, but putting it back up on the wall may require a little bit of patience.

Head on over to Cherished Bliss to find great tips on updating and improving your home by yourself.

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4. Toilet Paper Holder Makeover

It’s the little things that count, especially when it comes to decorating. Small, inconsequential items like toilet paper holders and vanity knobs can make a big difference on the overall look of your space, which makes paying attention to the little things so important. This easy DIY transforms a regular IKEA toilet paper holder into something chic with a little bit of Washi tape and some RubNBuff.

Get great design tips and even cooler DIY inspiration over at Cuckoo 4 Design.

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5. Give The Vanity A Colorful Paint Job

While it doesn’t necessarily have to be such a bold color, painting over your boring old vanity with something fresh and new will definitely transform your bathroom. Satin paint gives the above vanity a gorgeous finish and the beautiful coral color adds a much-needed splash of color to the bathroom, bringing every element together perfectly.

Get great tips for making your space your own at Decor Chick.

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6. Create Your Own Storage Closet

If your bathroom is seriously lacking in cabinet and closet space, why not create your own? This closet is surprisingly cheap to build though it does require a bit of handy work to build and may not be the best option for renters but the in-depth tutorial and a little bit of help can definitely solve one of those problems.

Find great bargain-friendly home renovation inspo at Shanty 2 Chic.



Jordyn Smith

Jordyn Smith

A city girl currently living it up in the south with my little family. I love baking, hoarding makeup, and daydreaming. If I'm not writing, I'm probably trying to think up weird pizza recipes or watching Property Brothers.
Jordyn Smith

Jordyn Smith

A city girl currently living it up in the south with my little family. I love baking, hoarding makeup, and daydreaming. If I'm not writing, I'm probably trying to think up weird pizza recipes or watching Property Brothers.