While, we don’t need a total bathroom upgrade, we do need to renew our bathroom with new towel bars, fresh paint, and just a new look! After browsing the aisles at the Home Depot, I saw several really stylish options I wish we needed. Like this St. Paul Sydney Vanity with Stone Effects Top ($169). This Brioche Glass Mosaic Tile would really give a lift to any bathroom.
Home Depot is also offering a exclusive deal while supplies last on a American Classic Savannah Vanity with Solid Surface Technology Top and Mirror for just $99 ($249 value). Replace your older toilet with a more energy efficient American Standard Round Toilet Kit for $98, you could upgrade several items in your bathroom for under $200.
There are so many different ideas and deals to be had at the Home Depot. When I was shopping, I picked up this really cool Pivoting Paper Holder from Moen for our half bath. We recently painted in that bathroom and someone (not sure who) accidentially threw away the paper holder.
I know it sounds weird but I’m really excited about this paper holder. When we looked at the display the bar pivots up for easy bathroom tissue reloading….and we know everyone hates to do that even though it only takes 2 seconds!
The picture doesn’t do this justice so once we get it up, I may have to do a vlog on it!
Some other things I need for our master bathroom…finish painting…put up a couple of towel hooks or a towel bar.
I need to find some sort of basket or storage for this space on our tub….so that I can better organize our bath products…and a picture or a shelf on the right side of the tub would complete the look of the bathroom…we’ve only lived here 7 years and have very little decorating….
On a side note, my uncle who passed away last year wouldn’t step foot into a Home Depot when they were sponsoring a race car driver he despised! Makes me grin a bit when I go into the Home Depot thinking of him telling me that story!
Do you have plans to renew or renovate your bathroom this year?
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