For Wren’s Valentine’s Day gift last year, my sister asked if she could do the bathroom. I was so excited! We shopped all around and finally settled on this adorable shower curtain from Target, and then my sister spent a whole day painting the entire bathroom. After she painted, it still took several months to get it all together because I waited for specific things to come together. I found these adorable Children Inspire Design pictures on Zulily for a great price. They went so well with the forest theme on the shower curtain that I just couldn’t pass them up.The shower curtain, striped towels and the bathmats are all from Target, though I’m pretty sure they don’t carry the shower curtain anymore. I found this mirror at a great little thrift store last spring. It was all gold (see below) and I happened to have some paint left over from when we painted our living room, so I used that to spruce up the mirror. Prior to this, there was just a big standard square mirror on the wall…I think the mirror really makes the room! Love those details: This cabinet is just a standard cabinet and was hanging in the bathroom when we bought the house. It used to be white, so I just used the same brown to make it go with the colors better. I added these sweet drawer pulls from Cost Plus World Market.
I love these pictures because whenever we get done with bathtime, Wren and I go through and point to all the different animals on the wall and on the shower curtain. It’s really helped her to point out specific animals. I searched forever trying to find some coordinating sink accessories, but it was nearly impossible. I actually found the brown cup in the back on an endcap at Target for $3. Then I found the toothbrush holder, soap dispenser and trashcan at Kohl’s. These are also from Children Inspire Design and came with a packet that I used in Wren’s playroom.
Check out my little bitty’s long locks!: And I just love this picture too much not to share. Crazy girl with some crazy hair!! As I mentioned before, I did some work to the mirror and the cabinet. Here’s what they looked like before: Also, for anyone interested, I did a video tour on my vlog…if you want a closer look at things, here’s that video: