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Spring Bathroom Refresh Tips

Welcome to the Spring Bathroom Refresh Tips. Today I’m sharing tips to help you refresh your bathroom without spending a fortune.

Simple Bathroom Tips

Hey Y’all, I added a few updates to our guest bathroom and it made such a difference. It reminded me that just little touches can totally transform a space. So I felt obligated to share what changes I made to the bathroom. This transformation involved moving a few things around and re imagining items I’ve used in the past elsewhere in my home. I did pay $40.00 for a new rug and a towel set. However, I paid a little more than usual for the towel set. You could have easily purchased single towels and saved on the cost. Or, you may have towels from another bathroom that would work.

The guest bathroom is so fun. I love the turquoise vanity and the retro black and white tile floor.

Fun Bathroom Tips for Spring

This is a room that I get to have fun with. This year, I decided to add in some pinks to compliment the turquoise, black and white!

This whole transformation started with trip to Home Goods. I realize as I say this, a lot of my ideas begin with a shopping trip. I found the cutest rug ever!

See what I mean! I couldn’t resist these colors.

Creative Bathroom Tips

Get creative with your towel holders. This is a thrift store find tool box which I updated with a coat of black paint. See more about thrift store shopping here.

These blush pink towels looks so cute with the turquoise and black.
This tool box was a thrift store find from a few years ago. I love using it as a towel holder.

They just happened to have some blush pink towels that matched the rug perfectly. When I got them home, I was so happy that I made the purchase. Although I paid a little more than I should for the towels, I did love the texture and we can always us more towels. Am I right??? See how I justify everything!!! LOL!!

These faux tulips were also part of the inspiration. You can see these realistic looking tulips here.

If you follow me on Instagram, you may recognize the cute little wall scones. Those were a thrift store find and I shared how I transformed them with paint. I’ll put a link here for you if you’d like to check that out.

Move your decor around

Another great bathroom tip is using items from other rooms.

Many of the items I used in this space are recycled from a previous Spring. I keep most of the decor I buy seasonally but rarely use it in the same space the next year.

I combined faux tulips with real daffodils. When you mix faux and real, it keeps people guessing. LOL

These bunnies spent last spring in my Living Area and are perfect for the bathroom now. In addition, I add these thrifted vintage milk glass vases. I move them around all the time and they feel fresh for the Spring Bathroom.

Ceramic birds that I used in my dinning room last spring, decided to perch on the mirror ledge this year.

Everything feels fresh when you use it in a new area of your home.

Even the closet door got an update with a basket of tulips that I purchased a previous season.
These adorable prints from Vintage Cottage 150 work perfectly into this bath’s color scheme. I painted the gold frames with a touch of Old White Chalk Paint and surrounded one of the the prints with an extra thrift store frame to add impact.

This bathroom is our guest bath but also serves as our powder room. So I love to keep this space interesting for my guest.

I’d love to hear your ideas on refreshing your spaces for the Spring. If you recently restyled a space and have money saving tips or fun ideas, please feel free to share them here with me. You may see them on the Instagram stories so be sure to leave me your account name and I’ll give you full credit.

I hope you enjoyed these tips. Later this week I’m sharing my 5 Top Secret Tips for Styling Shelves.

I hope you have the best day and if you’re still adjusting to Daylight Savings Time, I hope you get caught up on your sleep. I’m dragging today!



Are you renovating a bathroom? Would you love to? Be sure to check out Deb and Brit at Vintage Society Co.- 5 Tips for a Fixer Upper Bathroom Renovation