Before & After: A Storage-Friendly Bathroom Makeover for Under $800

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Ashley wanted a bathroom update that was stylish, full of storage and helped maximize the space of her small bathroom. By pulling in a surprising piece of furniture and painting the space a calming color, she created a bathroom that blends form and function.

From Ashley: The tiny half bathroom connected to the master bedroom was original to the 1972 house and in desperate need of an update. Its 5’x5′ footprint didn’t offer a a lot of room to work with, but I was determined to add some serious style.

I mainly use this room to get ready so I made sure there was plenty of counter space for make-up and hair tools. The recycled dresser offers more storage than a traditional vanity; at the same time it’s more narrow and takes up less space in the already small room.

In three weeks this space went from an outdated 1970s bathroom, to an empty box, to a beautiful glam room. I had to be very creative to stay within my $800 budget, but now that it’s all done I wouldn’t change a thing.

Thank you, Ashley. You can see more at 100 Days at Home!