I updated my bathroom for $52

This bathroom needed a refresh and by switching out my shower curtain ($26) and bathmats (also $26), it has a whole new feminine feel! Sharing the new pieces below and linking what I already had!

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My dress is old from Free People, but linking my hoops and bangles here and here!

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Shop this shower curtain here

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This shower curtain was wrinkled pulling it out of the package, but used the steamer for 10 minutes and it was perfect!

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I would recommend getting some apothecary jars like these here, and this candle has such a soft scent and is not overwhelming!

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I will be changing out the art, but felt like it works in the space for now

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I love having a small lamp on my vanity and use it quite often as I find lighting in apartments can be harsh sometimes. Linking my Glow Tonic, Micellar Water, and Hand Soap (hands down, best scent ever!)

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I also always purchase bath sheets instead of towels, they give you a lux feeling by being so oversized!

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These bathmats come as a set and are so soft. I also love that they have grips on the bottom so no slipping here!

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Thanks for stopping by! I hope this gives you some inspiration to tackle your own bathroom without it costing an arm and a leg!

Xx

Table Refresh

So I decided to do a little table refresh on this side table I got from HomeGoods three years ago. It had water marks and just didn’t fit into my apartment aesthetic.

Case in point, the table below

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So here’s what I did. I covered the black hardware in painters tape and started painting the top an antique white that I picked up from Hobby Lobby. I did three coats and let it dry. Then I picked up Rub n’ Buff in gold leaf and let me tell you, a little goes a long way! I used an old rag to rub it in and it dries very quickly.

The next day I sealed the painted wood with a coat of Mod Podge, let it dry and

THERE YOU HAVE IT!

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What do you think?!