DIY Shabby Chic Bathroom Accessories

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If you like rustic but prefer a little more clean look for a bathroom, you might want to consider going shabby chic. These shabby chic bathroom accessories have just enough refinement to make them perfect for your space.

Shabby Chic Bathroom

To get a shabby chic look, you would want to use items that are a combination of worn, vintage, rustic and romantic.  Some things will naturally fit that style and others will need to be tweaked just a bit.

Regardless of what you decorate with, you can also take some of these items and repurpose them into a functional accessory to use in your bathroom.

I love this type of two for one DIY project!

For example, I took an old painters ladder, that was layered with many colors of paint, and gave it a fresh coat of white paint and then distressed it.  It now serves as a stool in my bathroom as well as shelving for bath supplies.

diy ladder shelf

You can also see the mirror I made over for this room here.

And, the cream and sugar set used for make-up brushes and other supplies here.

A mason jar soap dispenser also makes a quick and easy diy project for a shabby chic bathroom.

mason jar soap dispenser

 

Here are some more shabby chic bathroom accessories that you can make yourself or re-purpose from other items.

shabby chic bathroom accessories
diy wine crate shelving by Decor Advisor

This bathroom shelving unit was made from none other than rustic wine crates!  The simple look is perfect with all of the white accessories.  I love the inserted shelves with holes cut out to fit storage jars.

shabby chic bathroom accessories
Vintage medicine cabinet photo via DIY Inspired

Instead of hanging a regular mirror above your bathroom sink, hang a vintage medicine cabinet!  Don’t worry about painting over the old patina since that is the look that makes it charming.

shabby chic bathroom accessoris
Door knob towel hanger by The House Of Smiths

Why not make a cute towel hanger using an old door knob for a unique shabby chic look?

Have you made any shabby chic bathroom accessories by re-purposing another item?  What have you tried?

 

 

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