This post is sponsored by Floor & Decor, however all opinions are my own.
When I posted about our bathroom floor, I got a lot of questions about the ladder above the toilet. I made it using furring strips, stain, wire, and screws I already had, and a wire basket. I found my basket at Hobby Lobby. The total cost for this project was $20 and it makes quite a statement in our space. I am going to explain how I built it but since it was already done, I can't exactly show pictures of the process so feel free to ask any questions that you have! And because I know people will ask, the tiered tray on the counter is from Sams.
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I saw this picture on Joanna's IG a few months back and I had major heart eyes over this floor, but replacing the tile in our guest bathroom wasn't/isn't an option for us. Fast forward to last month and I was still drooling over this tile so I did what any reasonable person would do - I went on Pinterest.
I love yard sales and I love thrift shopping. I found this little bench for $5 shortly after we got married but I was never able to find a spot for it. It sat in the garage for well over a year until it turned into my husbands air compressor stand. And then it sat there some more.
I have a girl crush on Joanna Gaines and when I grow up, I want to be her. Seriously. Not only are Chip and Jo the definition of "relationship goals", but Jo has made a career doing what she loves and has been such an inspiration to so many people along the way- myself included. Not to mention, she basically introduced the world to shiplap and for that, I am eternally grateful. Shiplap doesn't seem to have been used in the homes in East Tennessee so I wasn't able to salvage any and I definitely wasn't lucky enough to discover it behind some nasty drywall on the infamous "demo day." So we made our own and we spent less than $60 doing so!