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I love decorating for the holidays, and if you’ve hung around here more than 20 seconds, I bet you can guess that I love decorating with color, too!
When I decorate for the holidays, I be sure to decorate all the nooks and crannies that not everyone thinks about – like the bathroom. Now, I’ll admit, I don’t go “all out”, but I put enough interesting touches around to make decorating worth my while.
To decorate, I added two teal trees with disco ball ornaments (psst… these ornaments are actually on my Color Coordinated Shelves 24/7!). Then, I added two vintage trees. In the actual bathroom, I added my Mid Century Winter Wreath for a pop of color. I hung this over my cabinets so it would be a focal point in the room.
I also love that from the hallway I can see bits of Christmas popping through. Though I’m always a fan of color, I tried to match similar colors I already have in my guest bathroom. Personally, this is what I think makes the decor a success.
Before I start decorating, I think it’s important to do a deep clean of the room. While I was at Target, I picked up the Scotch-Brite® Disposable Toilet Scrubber and Scotch-Brite® Disposable Toilet Scrubber Refills on the cleaning aisle. I am so thrilled with how well it works and how it is shaped so that it cleans under the rim – why don’t all toilet scrubbers do that? What I love most is that they’re disposable and help get rid of hard water stains with the bleach alternative in them.
I’m also a fan of these because you can do a quick clean of your bathroom before unexpected guests arrive. Anyone else excuse themselves to the restroom to clean it up? These make it so much easier.
Next time you’re at Target, be sure to pick up your own, and with this special Cartwheel offer you can get 15% off! (Offer valid 11/6-11/12)
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