Our girls have a Jack and Jill Bathroom. They each have their own vanity and they share the toilet and shower. It has worked out really great for the past 5 months we have lived here. No arguing over needing to get ready for school. In Ella’s bathroom she has a little nook that we knew would be the perfect spot for open shelves. We finally got around to installing them and finishing her space. We even hung some beadboard wallpaper that looks like the real thing!
Thank you The Home Depot for sponsoring this post
I rounded up some favorite things from The Home Depot that are similar to the things or same thing we have in Ella’s bathroom. One tip that has made laundry and towel organizing easier is each bathroom get’s a different color of towel. Ella and Lola’s bathroom get’s white towels, Finn’s bathroom has black towels and mine and Kevin’s bathroom has gray towels.
The Home Depot Bathroom Favorites-
- Wide Rib Towel Set– 6 piece set on sale!
- Waffle Pattern Towels
- Star Flush Mount Light– we have this light in our mudroom, so cute for a bathroom too
- Arch Vanity Mirror– this option is 25% off!
- Frame 8×8– I bought that set of white frames and have used them in several spots in our home
- Glass Jars– perfect for q-tips, cotton balls or my girls use one for mini clear elastics
- Arch Floor Mirror– on sale!
- Vanity Light
- Brass Bin Pull
- Brass Knob
- Paintable Beadboard Wallpaper– LOVE how this looks in Ella’s bathroom, it is washable too!
- Pattern Tile– similar to the tile we have in the girls bathroom
- Metal Basket– I used these for towels, soaps, and we used similar in our pantry
- Basket with handles– great way to store toilet paper or towels
- Basket with lid– these come in a set, we have them in several spots as trash bins
Ella’s Bathroom Vanity and Open Shelves-
We first hung this Beadboard Wallpaper to create some dimension and add character to the space. It really would have been impossible (for me!) to hang actual wood beadboard, because of the tight space and tall ceilings. Very happy with how the wallpaper looks. It has texture and looks like real wood. It is paintable too and painting it helps to make it more durable (I wouldn’t recommend for high-traffic or high-humid rooms or heavily-textured walls).
Then we hung wood shelves. You can find a lot of floating shelf options at The Home Depot. The shelves we used had a lot of knots and were more rustic than we liked, so we did have to fill the holes with Plastic Wood and sand them down. Then we painted them in the same green as our vanity Ball Green from Farrow & Ball (painted matched at The Home Depot).
Trash can with lid, we have these in several spots! I knew that basket was going to go here so we made sure the bottom shelf was hung heigh enough for it.
We painted the doors and trim in the same color Ella has in her bedroom, Setting Plaster from Farrow & Ball, that we color matched at The Home Depot. The floor we have is a terracotta printed tile, I am not really a fan of it. I LOVE the pattern, but some of the grout stained the white part, impossible to clean. I would look into this tile.
Check out the deals The Home Depot is offering on their Special Values page HERE.