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We bought our family home 4 years ago and the plain walls are starting to call out for some colour! But, as with everything in our life (apart from holidays obviously *rolls eyes*), we are on a budget. We have renovated our downstairs loo by spending as little as possible, and I couldn’t be more pleased with the result.

The ‘before’ photos –

Very plain and boring

 

I decided to use the colour that we used in our kitchen, because I love it so much, and it has worked just as perfectly in this room. Here are the ‘after’ photos (any descriptions under photos will be links to the products) –

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Paint – Craig & Rose – Paynes Grey

 

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Tile Stickers – Wall Genie – So quick and simple, and a lot easier than replacing the tiles.

 

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Remember that Method phase the whole of instagram went through? I’m still in it! And now my favourite hand wash matches the bathroom…

 

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Geometric Mirror – Lisa Angel

 

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Pot – Ikea, Plant – Ikea, Crate – Waitrose, Towels – Morrisons, Brush – Ikea,

 

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Print – Desenio, Frame – Desenio, I added the twine to coordinate it with the mirror

 

The end result is more than I imagined, the print being my favourite part. Eventually we will probably hang the plant by the mirror, but for now it will live in that corner.

What I spent on new items (everything else we had already):

Print & frame – £23.90

Mirror – £12

Paint – £15

Tile Stickers – £6.99

Plant & pot – £10

Toilet brush – £5.50

Total – £73.39

 

I love our new little space, and I can’t wait to share more projects in the future.

Sian x

 

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