Some things are just too pretty to put away! That is how I felt about the candlestick candy jars I made for Jax’s Bug Party. After enjoying a few weeks to finish all the jelly beans, I started searching for a new home for these beauties.
These glamourous jars seemed like a good fit for the master bathroom. I originally dreamed of them near the tub to hold bath salts and scrubs, but, sadly enough, I rarely take a bath. If I did, I would probably knock these over and have shattered glass everywhere. I needed a safer and more practical place for them.
We have this great little cabinet nook in the bathroom with a large counter surface. I decided to put the jars grouped in the corner. They are both decorative here and functional. I filled them up with all the cotton goodies we use, like q-tips, cotton balls, and round cotton pads.
Zooming out a bit, you can get a feel for this little area of our bathroom. When we first moved in I thought this area was function-less. Then we removed the shelves from the base cabinets and slid our hampers inside. Now I don’t know what we would do without this space.
We found the retro-style lamp at Target for about $50. This counter is a great place to keep a table fan to cool off the bathroom after a steamy shower or while I am blow-drying my hair. Am I the only one who works up a sweat getting ready in the morning? I promise, I am low maintenance.
I love the fan’s retro style in modern brush nickel. I also appreciated the nice price tag and the modern safety features…I have a couple boys with wandering fingers around here.
Want to see more of our Relaxed Glamour bathroom design? Check out the mood board and DIY board. More bathroom projects coming soon!
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