Luckily, this job ended up being pretty inexpensive too. I painted the door (which was beige), the door casing and the ceiling with the same white I used in the under-the-stairs-room. Only time will tell if we should have shelled out extra money for "ceiling paint" but I think it's completely fine. I painted the walls the same blue that is in the under-the-stairs room. And a little of the floor paint purchased for the main room was used on the floor. Total cost thus far? zero.
To finish the room, I bought a small white trash can for $2, a mirror for over the sink for $10, a towel ring for $6, a hand towel for $3, a bottle of hand soap for $2, a toilet paper caddy that holds 3 rolls for $8, 4 8X10 picture frames to hang some of the kids' art for $2 each and $4 worth of shoe.
Total spent: under $45
Just like with the under-the-stairs-room, I still have to get baseboards to finish the room. But it's not an immediate need.
|I like the pedestal sink but the lack of storage meant that I needed shelves or something for the toilet paper that held more than one roll. And I wasn't too keen on shelves.|
|toddler art. The two on the left are Daughter's and the two on the right are Son's. Both kids got really excited when we showed them the bathroom and they recognized their art.|