Hi everybody, I'm Meredith. We've got a guest bathroom reno on the brain here at Welcome to Heardmont, so when Nikki asked me to participate in her 2 Bills 2 Blow series, I knew I'd be dreaming of ways to spend my $200 on finishing out the room.
What you see below is a mood board for our guest bath. We're so close to finishing the dirty work - we've painted the walls and ceiling, updated the vanity, and just have to address the area above the countertop before the bones of the room will be done. With my $200, I'd splurge on a combination of colorful and classic bathroom accessories - everything below with a gold star on it!
The lighting above the vanity is currently a chrome Hollywood-style fixture. I'd love to replace it with a more classic brushed nickel fixture like this one.
Home Depot, $74If I could have had $1400 to blow, I would have bought an original Michelle Armas painting like the one in our mood board. Instead, I painted my own version. To make the fun colors in this piece really pop I'd pick up some coral towels.
Walmart, $27Keeping guests' feet warm is a must. I love these shaggy bath mats from West Elm and would snatch a white one up right away.
West Elm, $24Two glass canisters from Pottery Barn (small and medium, please) would be perfect for displaying cotton swabs and other necessities in plain sight.
Pottery Barn, $19 and $29I'd replace our plastic soap dispenser with this glass and metal one in a heartbeat. The best part is that this one turns any liquid soap into foaming hand soap!
Bed Bath & Beyond, $15Last but not least, I'd treat our guests to a lovely bouquet of fresh flowers from our local grocery store. Peach roses would look great with our colorful painting and towels.
Grocery store, $10So that's how I would use my $200 to finish our guest bath in style. What would you do with $200 to spend on your house?
Thanks for inviting me to participate in this series, Nikki! I had so much fun and can't wait to see what your other contributors would buy with their 200 smackeroos. :)