Let's Travel To....My Casita: Bathroom Edition


There was a lot of Pinterest inspo that contributed to our budget-friendly bathroom design. Peep our hexagon tile that I LOVE! The tile was on the pricier side but seeing as how the space is relatively small, we decided to go for it and splurge on the tile. Una vez al año no hace daño!

Let’s start with our bathroom mirror, which was made by Nick *insert heart-eyes here*



He spent some time on YouTube looking for ideas until he found one that we both liked. He used this video for reference. We purchased the wood + mirror at Home Depot for a total $40. The wood stain is something he already had, but a quart is as cheap as $5. We did see similar large mirrors at places like Home Goods, but they were more expensive and not actual wood. Plus, it was difficult to find one in the color we liked.

Next we have the shelves above the toilet.


These were also made by Nick and it cost about $15 to make. The cool thing about making your own things is 1. It's inexpensive, but 2. you get to stain it however you like so it all matches nicely.

The items we placed on the shelves are all Goodwill finds and the box was from a gift arrangement we received from a family member last Christmas. My spider plant is actually from the one in my Kitchen Edition post. This baby was growing so we divided her into two. She's thriving!

*EDIT* Nick noticed I didn't mention the plant pot! We painted a few of our pots and this is Nick's masterpiece.




Please note you have to have a partner who is willing to make furniture. Otherwise I would've done my best to look for these items second hand. But honestly, it is not difficult at all. (says the person who did absolutely nothing, ha!)

Our hamper is another Offer Up find and it was $20. It is actual wood so it’s sure to last us and not break like the usual plastic ones. We also just stained it to match the other wood items in the bathroom.


Lastly, our shower curtains, towels and rug were purchased brand new at Target and Ross. Obviously I prefer not to shop for new things, but there are certain things I prefer not to get thrifted. Not to mention, these type of items are hard to find.



Eso es todo! Hope you enjoyed a quick look at our budget-friendly bathroom decor.

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