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Farmhouse Guest Bath Refresh

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Another room in the farmhouse is complete, that is if any room is ever complete! I fell in love with the 8″ pine floor boards in the Alabama Farmhouse when we first looked at it and as you know pine can give a room a very yellow appearance. It didn’t help that all the interior walls were painted yellow. The yellow walls were the first to go in the guest bath to prepare for this makeover. One question for you, what color should I paint the cabinets?? Wall color= White Dove color matched at Sherwin Williams.

Farmhouse Guest Bath Refresh

Guest Bath Spa Refresh

Before and after guest bath refresh
Before and after of the guest bath room.

Mini Makeover for the guest bathroom when you're on a budget

The room has no natural light. To brighten up the space, I went with clear glass storage and brushed nickel accessories and mostly white bath items, perfect for a spa-like experience. 

Keep it simple in the guest room

Farmhouse guest bath refresh keep it simple and minimal

I love to keep the decor simple and give my guest what they need, like fluffy white towels, extra toilet paper and a place to hang their toothbrush.

The thing about moving, it gives you the opportunity to use what you already have in a different space, it makes it feel new all over again. This little bench and olive bucket (from Walmart a of couple years ago) have been everywhere in the house.

Love using white towels and simple clean storage for a clutter free bathroom

These apothecary containers are great for extra soap and my homemade bath salts. Sometime I leave the lid off so the aroma fills the room.

(Better Homes and Gardens Small Apothecary Jar and Medium Apothecary Jar)

Bath salts and bath bars in glass storage

Farmhouse bathroom refresh on a budget

Keep it minimal for the guest room at Refresh Restyle

Bathroom refresh on a budget at Refresh Restyle

 

Have a place for the guest to put their toothbrush but keep it simple and easy to clean

I love this open toothbrush holder, it makes it very easy to clean.

(Better Homes and Gardens Toothbrush Holder and Soap Dispenser – mine is clear)

Simple ideas for a clean and fresh guest bath at Refresh Restyle The bathroom is made up of three rooms. The vanity and bath area are separated by the water closet. Looking from vanity area in to the tub area, you can see I’ve kept the decor light and bright. I love anything with stripes and this shower curtain is perfect!

(Better Homes and Gardens Waffle Stripe Fabric Shower Curtain and Rug)

Oh how I wish there were windows in here!

Gray and white waffle striped shower curtain perfect for a neutral farmhouse look

Here’s the before photo of this area, see what I mean about the yellow.

Before dark guest bath

I situated my bench near the tub and loaded it down with lots of towels. There’s plenty of room there to place whatever you need for bath time. White towels are my favorite! But these Better Homes and Gardens Thick and Plush ones come in many beautiful colors!

Pine floors in a simple farmhouse bathroom

 

Waffle stripe shower curtain perfect for a neutral bathroom

Simple farmhouse guest bath refresh

Plenty of white towel and sweet smelling soap for the minimal farmhouse bath

You can create your own spa-like bath with these beautiful Better Homes and Gardens items from Walmart. (Those lotus votive holders are in-store only, aren’t they cute!!)

Farmhouse Fresh Spa ideas for your bath from Better Homes and Gardens at Walmart

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11 comments

  1. It looks great! The tin bucket for toilet paper is a great touch! As for the floors, I would keep them a light color, but that’s just me.

  2. I love spa-like bathrooms and how fresh and clean they feel. You did a beautiful job layering whites, creams and some tan. You have added some warm wood pieces (even that darling basket on the back of the door!). I would do the vanity a warm creamy color, maybe in a linen look with fine stripes to add another texture. The hardware is great…..you could freshen it up with tons of choices. You’ve mixed your metals so nicely. Love reading your posts

  3. Looks so pretty! The wood on the cupboards is lovely… very farmhouse. but, it does keep it pretty dark in there. I would probably go a light greige, to tie-in the walls and the floors. That’s just my first thought. The hardware on them is SO pretty!

  4. Love what you have done so far!! For the cabinets, maybe something similar to the stripe in the shower curtain. Did you paint the sconces, or were they already that color. Love the detail on them. Can’t wait to see the finished space. Thank you for sharing.

  5. I know just how you feel about bathrooms with no windows, but even still, this looks fantastic. Love the shower curtain, and the two different benches. It’s super spa feeling with all the white, fluffy towels.

  6. Looks great! Thanks for the links to the products. Do you have one for the sign? Love that as well!

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