Do you have a small bathroom layout of your own? Let me show you how to maximize your space with this budget friendly bathroom makeover!
Yes! You read the title correctly. The guest bathroom is finally done! I am so excited and NERVOUS to share this completed little home remodeling project with you all. After a few months, and many late nights, I am happy to call this project completed:) This is a small bathroom layout, but it definitely doesn’t feel that way! So lets go back to where we started and then get straight to the reveal…
To see past progress of the bathroom makeover check out these links:
I got chance to tour my local store and selected The Bianco Hexagon Marble Mosaic as the starting point for my bathroom makeover.
I laid out my plans for this space with my mood board..
Then I showed you the progress that I had made through weekly-ish updates.
And now we are finally here! So enough small talk, lets go right into the reveal…
Small Bathroom Remodel Reveal!
I opted to switch out the rectangle mirror for a round one. Since the size and color I needed was hard to find I used one that I found at Target, which had a gold base, and simply used silver rub n buff to change the base color to silver.
Since this is a small bathroom layout, for space saving and visibility, I opted for the wood and wire rolling storage cart to store immediate guest necessities. It’s perfect to store cotton rounds, swabs, towels, and extra toilet paper.
I got the art on clearance for $8 at HomeGoods.
The shower curtain and curved shower rod is from Target. I love the extra space that the curved rod provides in the shower. Even though this isn’t my master bath, I like that it will make my guests more comfortable.
I’m sure you notice that opted for a pattered shower curtain instead of the white one and that’s because the white was so blah. I’m a fan of pattern, and I think this one was perfect, especially to tie in the black vanity.
Here is a shot of the room without the lights on.
I trimmed out the window, and you can see more about that here. I also added this bamboo shade for another texture element.
We do have one last thing to do to complete this home remodeling project, and that’s to reinstall the door, lol. After installing the tile, the floor was a bit to too tall to allow the door to open and close. We, (well my husband), is in the process of shaving the door down to accommodate the new floor so it should be put back by the weekend. To be honest, it was easier to take photos without the door in place.
So that’s about it! What do you think of our final project of this small bathroom makeover?
Here is an entire source list for this space:
Shower Curtain (similar)
Window Shade (similar)
Blue Vase (similar)
Thanks so much for following along with this project. I appreciate all of the kind words during the process. Many nights I thought to myself, “Erin, what in the heck have you gotten yourself into?”
A very special thanks for Floor &Decor for sponsoring this post and providing the materials needed to rock this floor! All opinions are my own.