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Hey there friends! As you know, I have been working on turning our DATED 1990’s master bath into an up to date-ish Farmhouse Bathroom, for $100 or less. Yes you read that right, $100. Am I crazy? Yeah, probably.

But hey, at least I am tapping into my creative side  GOING CRAZY TRYING TO LOOK FOR CHEAP WAYS to give this bathroom a little touch of modern/industrial farmhouse!!!

THIS IS WHY. I know. It ain’t go-be easy.

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I got off to a decent start with my bathroom light fixture makeover using lampshades from the thrift store.  I have other DIY projects up my sleeve. But, today I want to share a few of the accessories I came across in my online shopping. It’s going to be pretty hard to stay within that $100 budget, so I’ve been shopping SO hard looking for good deals. By “hard” I mean I’ve been doing a lot of scrolling, clicking, and tapping, while sitting on the couch. You’re welcome.

Farmhouse Bathroom

I hope you enjoy this little round up of bathroom farmhouse goodness. I will be adding some of these accessories to my bathroom update for sure!! They are all very affordable!

Farmhouse Bathroom Accessories that won’t Break the Bank

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1. Industrial Farmhouse Light Fixture

2. Vintage Farmhouse Shelves

3. Crystal Cabinet Knobs

(I already bought these to replace the wood knobs!

See how awesome they look in my powder room!)


4. Mason Jar Soap Dispenser

 

5.  Farmhouse Storage Basket 

Farmhouse Basket

6. Crystal Towel Hook

 

7. Farmhouse Style Toilet Paper Holder



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Novice woodworker and serial Popcorn eater, Janice Thomas writes detailed tutorials that motivate others to "dare to try". Originally from Puerto Rico, Janice is fluent in Spanish and dreams of owning a beach house on the island someday! Janice currently lives in Utah with her husband and children, where she works as a university professor.

This Post Has 10 Comments

  1. I really want to remodel our bathrooms, so this is very inspiring for me. I will concentrate on just a few things, and maybe it will get done!

    1. Thanks for stopping by Janine! I’m glad you liked them!

  2. I love those crystal knobs.? I can’t wait to see your new bathroom!

    1. Thanks Lisa! I am so excited for it too!

  3. Great ideas! The light fixture is my favorite.Looking forward to seeing your makeover too. Thanks for the great inspiration!

    1. Thanks Heather!!

  4. I love the lights, the mason jar soap dispenser (I have one!), the shelves. Farmhouse style rocks!

    1. Yes it does :)! Thanks for stopping by!

  5. Love your bathroom ideas! I had to remodel a small 1950s bathroom, not by choice…water was leaking into the basement from the tub/shower surround. Recaulked, regrouted, still leaking. No big deal, right Rip out the tile and redo it. Do you know how much cement they used to set tile in the 50s?! I ended up taking every wall down to the studs WITH A SAWZALL!! More than a ton of debris but I gained 2 inches of floor space on each wall. The goal was more storage and a larger looking room, and of course no leaks. I tiled the tub surround with white 4×4 tiles (cheap!), added a few blue glass 2×2 tiles as accents because I saved the blue cast iron tub. (It was just too heavy to move). The floor tiles are 12×12 white with veining set on the diagonal. I invested in a pedestal sink and a chrome vanity light fixture with white glass shades. To gain back the storage I lost (and then some) by losing the vanity I built boxes between the studs. 16 inches is a good amount of width! 1 box behind the door is 24 inches high. It holds rolled up towels. Another box above the toilet is 2 studs wide (32″x 30″ high. It has 3 shelves with baskets that hold toiletries and other paraphenalia. The last box is low on the wall next to the toilet. It holds cleaning supplies and extra toilet paper. The entire project was less than $500. I hired an electrician to install the new lights and fan but did everything else myself. I probably wouldn’t have tackled it if I’d known how much work it was goint to be but I’m thrilled with the results.

    1. Wow Cynthia! What an adventure! I bet your bathroom looks beautiful! Thanks for stopping by!

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