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This IKEA dresser hack is so easy and perfect for anyone to try! I was looking for a specific type of dresser, but I couldn’t find one within budget. That’s when I decided I would hack an IKEA dresser. It’s amazing how a little decorative moulding, paint and new hardware completely transformed this piece! Here […]

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Small bathrooms can be challenging to decorate, but they don’t have to be! If you’ve been following me on Instagram for a while, you know that we remodeled this bathroom over a year ago. Time flies when you’re having a good time!

This is the guest bath and the bathroom the kiddos share. It’s a small space and can be challenging to decorate. I’ve had some practice since we remodeled and have compiled my top 5 ideas to make small bathrooms both inviting and functional!

This photo shows a bathroom with beadboard, black accents and open shelving

  1. Use a basket/tray on your countertop to keep face towels

Since we lack storage in our small bathroom, having a basket or tray on the countertop creates additional storage for face towels which looks great and is functional at the same time!

  1. Use amber soap/lotion bottles

There’s something about amber bottles that just says luxury to me! They look so pretty, and I use plastic bottles that are easily reusable. I also like using plastic because I don’t have to worry about them breaking as easily. Amazon has some great options, but I like to reuse mine from Murchison-Hume. Their products smell amazing!

This image displays a small bathroom with headboard and black accents

  1. Display art

I like finding inexpensive digital prints on Etsy. This way if they get damaged, they are easily replaced. This is also a budget friendly way to swap out your art as frequently as you’d like.

  1. Get some cutie containers to keep the essentials

I prefer to use clear containers to keep things like q-tips and cotton pads. This makes it easier for guests to find what they need. These don’t have to boring, but make sure they are large enough to fit your items.

  1. Add open shelving above your toilet

This has become a huge trend over the last few years and for good reason! Shelves create much needed additional storage in smaller bathrooms. They’re also really fun to decorate. If you’re working with a tighter budget, you can easily DIY some.

Photo of open shelving in a bathroom

Happy bathroom decorating!