Do you have an outdated bathroom? I swear our master bath is stuck in the 90s, and I desperately want to tear it all up and start fresh, lol. While renovation isn’t in the budget right now, small changes can still make a big impact! So, I headed where any decor lover would go for inspo — Target! Keep reading to see this Target shower makeover! Here are the items I came home with (and a new shower liner bc those babies get grody):
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First Things First
I took down the existing towels, bath mat, and shower curtain and scrubbed the heck out of the shower and floors. I wanted to have a clean blank slate. That shower rod was the first thing to go! (I can’t even believe I’m posting a pic because the rod and rings were grungy af. Oh well; a little bit of real life for ya, lol.) I replaced the shower rod and shower rings with black matte ones. Now, they match the vanity drawer handles we had leftover from our kitchen remodel.
Small Changes, Big Impact
From here, I simply added new towels, a new (amazingly plush – srzly I’m in love) chunky knit bathmat, new shower curtain, and this adorable shaker stool I had been eying for months. Not only is it cute, but it’s also functional! I placed this cutie basket on top (part of the Hearth and Hand line) and added washcloths, making them easy to grab!
Everything I bought was from Target (either online or in-store) and super affordable! I’ve linked up everything on this post for you, but isn’t it crazy the impact just 7 items can make?!
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If you have a dated bathroom like we do, I challenge you to try swapping out little things like linens/fixtures/decor to transform it, and tag me in your mini makeovers! I’d love to see!
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Love these few small changes. I’m changing my shower rod first chance I get! Our stores are still reopening so it’s a bit nuts right now.
Thanks, Patti! It’s crazy how something as simple as changing out a shower rod can make the space feel newer (& cleaner)!