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7 Simple DIYs That Will Freshen Up Your Bathroom

Because you’re probably stuck indoors anyway due to the polar vortex, get a jumpstart on revamping your home for spring! The best place to begin? The bathroom, of course. These easy DIY projects can help you spruce up this space for the new season. Use a little mod podge to decorate a bathroom stool and trash bin, or add embellishment to basic towels to give them a vintage look. I’m in the process of giving my home quite the makeover, and the bathroom is no exception. Some of these simple projects are even kid-friendly, so you can tackle them together!

Check out these 7 simple DIYs to freshen up your bathroom.

  • Painted Terra Cotta Pots 1 of 7
    01

    Freshen up the bathroom with a bit of green by adding a few hand-painted terra cotta pots.


    Find out more at Delightfully Tacky

  • Hooded Towel 2 of 7
    02

    Sew up a hooded towel for your littlest one.


    Find out more at Pretty Prudent

  • Vintage Hand Towels 3 of 7
    03

    Embellish a set of towels to give them a vintage charm.


    Find out more at Pretty Prudent

  • Sharpie Candles 4 of 7
    04

    Decorate an old candle by giving it a makeover with sharpies.


    Find out more at Happiness is Homemade

  • Ombre Trash Bin 5 of 7
    05

    Use Mod Podge to make an ombre trash bin.


    Find out more at Mod Podge Rocks

  • Storage Box 6 of 7
    06

    Store toiletries in storage boxes below the sink with cute, bright designs.


    Find out more at Mod Podge Rocks

  • Children’s Bathroom Stool 7 of 7
    07

    Make a bathroom stool for a child with the printable deer template.


    Find out more at Pretty Prudent

Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Pretty Prudent, the premier design and lifestyle blog providing inspiration and instruction to help anyone create beautiful things, food, and experiences for their friends and family.

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