The bathroom is the smallest room in the house, but it’s essential to making you feel fresh and clean everyday. It’s also key to whether or not your guests get a good impression of your home: who doesn’t remember that friend who was perfectly nice, but had a really gross bathroom?
No matter what state your bathroom was in last year, give it some new year’s TLC this month with these eight easy DIY bathroom refreshes. From adding extra storage to just pumping up the flair, these projects will give you plenty of inspiration for making this the Year of the Bathroom in your home. Take a look, then get ready to enjoy your fresh new space!
1. Make a Quaint Hanging Storage Rack
Easy-to-find salvaged materials give your bathroom personality and functionality with this simple rack. Get the instructions here.
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2. Repurpose a Vintage Frame
Any ornate frame can be repurposed to dress this useful wall shelf. Full how-to here.
Photo courtesy of I Heart Naptime
3. Put in Easy Floating Shelves
Floating shelves are chic, sleek, and much easier to DIY than they look. Get the complete instructions here.
Photo courtesy of Shanty 2 Chic
4. Try a Mini-Renovation
Painted cabinets, new hardware, and some crafty storage additions are all it takes to get a complete reno without the demo. Check out the full project here.
Photo courtesy of The House of Smiths
5. Get Vintage Apothecary Charm
These black and gold storage jars would fit in with any décor style. Get the easy DIY here.
Photo courtesy of Liz Marie Blog
6. Make a Chalkboard Shelf
Organize your bathroom belongings and leave notes for your loved ones with this country-style chalkboard shelf. Full tutorial here.
Photo courtesy of Makely School for Girls
7. Frame Your Mirror
If you have a standard builder-grade bathroom, framing the mirror is one super-easy way to take it to the next level. Learn how here.
Photo courtesy of Remodelaholic
8. Make a Custom Shower Curtain
Create a custom shower curtain in any style, color, or size you can imagine with this simple tutorial. Get the full DIY here.
Photo courtesy of Jenna Burger Design
Top Image Credit: Liz Marie Blog
How are you refreshing your bathroom this year?