I have always loved trying to create the most stylish design, for the most affordable price and this bathroom was no different. My goal was to create a simple, but beautiful powder room on our main floor and do it all for as little $ as possible.
Our powder room is pretty small, but I wanted the design to have big style. Because the bathroom is so small picking our vanity was the biggest challenge. We needed something less than 20" in depth. I could have gone with a pedestal sink, but I wanted storage for things like extra towels, toiletries and other essentials. It turns out Ikea had the perfect vanity, at the right size, and even better, it was on sale!
To dress up the vanity so it didn't look like an Ikea vanity, I added the most gorgeous glass knobs from Anthropologie. We also added a fun vintage inspired faucet which I found online and because the overflow plate and drain came with the Ikea sink which were in chrome, I spray painted them with an aged brass waterproof Rust-Oleum paint. The spray paint worked so perfectly you can't even tell the pieces didn't come with the faucet.
The last thing we added was the aged brass oval mirror which I found at Homesense for $49 and couldn't be more happy with how it all came together. All in this bathroom came in under $800 which is a steal if I don't say so myself.
There is nothing I love more than renovating a room in the most affordable way without giving up up on style.
- Hemnes Ikea vanity and sink $296
- Glass knobs (similar) from Anthropologie $8 each
- Brass sink faucet $56
- Hand soap and lotion set from Anthropologie $38
- Brass mirror from Homesense $49
- Brass towel rods $free (they were from the previous owners)
- Tile floor from Homedepot $270
- Brass cage light fixture $59 Cartwright Lighting