When we bought our first home the master bathroom was (and still is) gorgeous. The homeowners actually opted out of the jacuzzi, which comes standard in most homes now, and that left us with an open floor plan in the master bathroom. This includes room for a “his and hers” side of the bathroom. Mine has useful pull-out drawers (instead of cabinets) and a long vanity (I had always wanted one). Immediately I took to finding a vanity stool for my little pampering space… It wouldn’t be me without a little DIY.
I wanted to share this makeover I did for my toilet room in my master bath. I got the idea on Pinterest from HGTV. First, I measured 35.5″ on the wall that the toilet is backed up against. Then, I found Threshold shelves at Target that were 35″ and bought three. The one inch size difference made for a perfect fit in the space. ***On a side note, if you have Target Cartwheel I saved an extra 15% off on those shelves among other savings!***
I put the shelves 12″ apart and the lowest shelf is 32″ from the top of the toilet. When I drilled the holes for the shelves I avoided any areas that had studs just in case there was actually plumbing. Better safe than sorry, right? For hanging, I prefer E-Z Ancor drywall anchors from Home Depot. To make everything look nice I grabbed some decor from around the house that didn’t have a place and I used a cigar box to put in the matches that were in the orange solo cup. I love how this turned out and it took me 30 minutes to complete!
Looking for more? Check out the antique mirrors I refinished for my master bath here.
Check out this simple way to refinish detailed antique mirrors with just spray paint.