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Neutral and Whimsical Kids Bathroom

Updated: Mar 8, 2023

I could not wait to makeover the kids bathroom after moving in! We replaced all flooring in our home before moving in. In the kids' bathroom we chose this beautiful and classic mosiac tile. We didn't have the budget to replace the tile in the shower yet but I knew just how I would fix it myself.

Here are some before photos!

We decided to replace the countertop because we had some leftover from the slab we purchased for our kitchen! I did a cute little cutout detail in the backsplash plate. I painted the vanity Contented by Sherwin Williams and added some cute scalloped trim that I found on Etsy around the top to cover up where the previous trim had been.

I found the mirror on clearance at Anthro and knew it would be perfect! I will link all items seen below!

For the biggest transformation of the space I used Rustoleum tile paint. 3 coats of white and one coat of sealer later and it looks like a completely different space! I love how it turned out. I have used this paint before and it holds up soooo well. Honestly when I was painting this I thought it would be like a Band-Aid to hold us over until we ripped the tile out and put in new, but it looks so good that it might stay painted forever!

The paint is super easy to use! Just follow the directions on the 2 part kit I linked below from amazon!

We decided to repeat the scallop trim in the shower room to tie into the vanity. I color blocked the bottom half of the walls and added the trim to the tops.

One of my favorite parts of this bathroom makeover is the shower curtain!! I have a secret about it ;). It is actually a tablecloth! It is so hard to find shower curtains that are long enough to be hung high, so I usually prefer regular curtains but I couldn't find anything that I loved. I found this super cute gingham, textured tablecloth at Zara Home. I added curtain rings to it and hemmed it to length. If you follow me on Instagram you probably saw me sewing from the toilet ha!

I also chose to hang the curtain rod from the ceiling because of the weird wall situation in there.

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When you painted your vanity, is there a certain method or type of paint you used?


Can you share the link to the knobs on the vanity and the hooks in the shower? I'm about to replicate this!

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