Just finished my girls bathroom make-over using the colors mint, coral, grey, and white.
I love how feminine it is and my girls love it!
The paint color I used on the walls is "Beryl" by Martha Stewart Paint.
I made the towel hoodies using this pattern from this link:
Made these myself. Just paint a mason jar and then use sand paper to rough it up. So easy!
I used a frame from a mirror I found at Hobby Lobby and painted it with the color "Punch" from the Martha Stewart paint line. For the print inside of it, I printed off several grey vintage music sheets from this seller on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/transaction/115528088 and then modge podged them on a piece of cardboard. Surprisingly enough the modge podge turned it green but it totally matched so I went with it. Then I took this digital clip art of the three sellers I bought from this seller on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/transaction/114213353, cut out the shape, and then modge podged it over the music sheets. Finally, I wrote "sisters" over one of the music sheets, printed it out and cut it out, them modge poged it on as well.
All the other frames in the bathroom I purchased from IKEA and then painted them the same "Punch" color and them bought several digital clip art images on Etsy and turned them gray to match my colors.
Inside the cabinets I put these cute plastic baskets from Target to organize everything.
Since I still have little ones that can't reach the sink, I got this step stool off of Amazon.
Yes, I framed the mirror myself! If you knew how easy it was you wouldn't be that impressed!
That's it! All done and on to finish some other projects I've started included my daughter's all white bedroom. In case you want to know where I got everything, here's the list:
Paint (Martha Stewart's "Beryl" and "Punch"), Hardware including towel bars, hooks, and tp ring, and knobs
framing for mirror, faucet
soap dispenser, trash can, tp holder, floor rugs
Towels, white baskets
Small Frames, chandelier
Shower curtain, Shower curtain, step stool