My Kid’s Bathroom

my kids bathroom

My Kid’s Bathroom hasn’t been decorated since we moved here nearly 8 years ago and it was definitely in need of a change. Since our home was brand new when we bought it, I didn’t need to tackle any HUGE projects, just some simple updates. But even though each piece of this puzzle was easy to transform, it has been sitting incomplete for over a year now! (I’m queen of starting a project and getting sidetracked!) But last month I was contacted by Better Homes and Gardens and they offered to sponsor the redesign. Um, yes please! (said my family.) It was the kick-in-the-pants I needed and I am so excited to show you the final results!

The first project I tackled was framing my bathroom mirror. It had those ugly plastic clips holding it to the wall, but I figured out a way around them that was super simple. (Make sure you read the tutorial if you have the same problem- you’ll want to kiss me!)

1 mirror

I also took down the towel rack and added towel hooks for my kid’s towels.

towel hooks

I bought a new shower curtain and a new bath rug to brighten and freshen it up.

bathroom shower curtain

I added new towels above the toilet and a cute shadow box.

bathroom toilet

I painted diagonal stripes on the bathmats under the sinks.

striped rug

I don’t know why the builder didn’t just continue the counter space to the wall. This gap has bugged me since we bought the house. What was I supposed to do with it? I tried a corner shelf, but it wasn’t my favorite. Then I found the PERFECT bench that was literally 1/2 an inch shorter than the space I had so it fit like a glove… I about died of excitement!

1 bench

I added some pillows I found in the garden section at WalMart and hung some adorable prints above it using those funky frames, painted white. I got a couple galvanized buckets to go in the cubbies of the bench; 1 for toilet paper and 1 for extra towels.

bathroom bench

Do you LOVE these prints? You can get your hands on your own from Lisa @ Over the Big Moon. They are available as a FREE Download, or you can get your own custom colors via her etsy shop. Aren’t they SO fun???bathroom artwork

A few knick-knacks on the counter and a full length mirror to the empty wall and this bathroom is D-U-N Done!  :)

bathroom knick knacks

And did I mention I did this all for under $200??? That deserves a pat on the back!

Special thanks to Better Homes and Gardens and Wal Mart for all the fun accessories that made this update so fantastic!

Twitter: @BHGLiveBetter

Disclosure: I received compensation from Better Homes & Garden for my time and participation in the Better Homes & Garden Refresh Challenge, but all thoughts and opinions of these products are my own.

Wife, mom of 5, and creator of Somewhat Simple, Stephanie has a passion to create and inspire. She is an Orange County transplant who is now enjoying life in Phoenix, AZ. She enjoys traveling, shopping, organizing, cooking and creating simple projects for her home and family.
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    • Stephanie says

      I found the bench on great price and the shipping was only $2.99! :)

  1. Elizabeth says

    Hi! LOVE your bathroom makeover! We’re looking at redoing our girls’ bathroom. Can I ask where you got your ruffle shower curtain? It’s exactly what I had in mind for our redo! Thanks!

  2. Allison says

    Hi, where did you get the initial letters above the hooks? Such a great idea for kiddos.

  3. Britt says

    Where were you able to or how did you print out the brush,floss, flush and wash?

  4. Kristin Huard says

    Hi! I love the frames and went to the site you got them from, but I notice it says they don’t come with glass? What did you do on top of your paper in the frame?