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!


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


Shop this shower curtain here


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


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


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


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!)


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


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


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


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


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


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What do you think?!