With input from the girls, and a beachy family vacation picture for inspiration, we created a design board and outlined a budget of $100.
I exceeded the budget by $17. I feel guilty for exceeding the budget, but also ecstatic about what was accomplished for only $117! The majority of the projects were completed, but some things were crossed off the list due to budget or practicality. The painted floor design scared me, with the possibility of selling the house in a year or two. Framing the mirrors didn't happen because the lights are installed so close to the mirror, leaving little room for the frame.
Ella's side before and after:
Natalie's side before and after:
This dark tunnel is the birthplace of bad photography and grainy pictures.
The budget breaks down like this:
- cabinet paint - leftover Annie Sloan Graphite
- wall paint - leftover BM Annapolis Gray
- shower curtain - $20 (Target)
- towel rings - $20 ($10/each; Hobby Lobby)
- accent rugs - $30 ($15/each; Target)
- beach print - $12 (Snapfish)
- shelves - leftover wood and paint
frames around mirrors
- board with towel hooks - leftover wood and paint / hardware $8 for a 6-pack
- turquoise cabinet hardware - $20
- frame for beach print - $7
See previous weeks here:
I'm sending a thousand thank yous to Erin at Lemons Lavender and Laundry for organizing this once again! Be sure to stop by the other blogs to see the transformations!