Before & After: Bathroom Gets a Touch of Farmhouse for $109

published Jul 5, 2015
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(Image credit: Curb to Refurb)

Carrie’s small bathroom was lacking style, with a basic vanity and overpoweringly avocado walls. For little more than $100, she brightened the space with a farmhouse twist:

(Image credit: Curb to Refurb)

The fresh white paint and rustic wood touches really make the small space feel welcoming. Carrie added a plank wall on the left using plywood, and gave the vanity a distressed look with chalk paint.

To keep costs down, she framed the vanity mirror using bark chips collected on a fishing trip, DIYed that awesome cheeseboard shelf over the toilet from driftwood, and made that caged fixture for a standard pendant light kit. She spent a total of $109, not including paint and primer which she already had.

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Thank you Carrie!