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Spring Cleaning Bathroom Style






It's spring and we all get the urge to make a few changes and clear out the winter cobwebs. For me my source of unhappiness was my bathroom. When I moved in 18 months ago I was given a few hand-me-down bathroom items but other than those I didn't make any cosmetic changes beyond stuffing it with my many many products. Given that I spend a lot of time there (hello bubble bath obsession) it was time for a change. I looked to a few sources for some Spring Cleaning Tips and I am really pleased with the results. My new bathroom is much fresher, looks a lot tidier and with just a few key changes is altogether a much more pleasant place to be. A good thing given that I spend so much time there!









Anyone else feel the urge to refresh their whole home now?

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  1. This post has made me want to tackle my bathroom, which I've been putting off for ages. Our bath and sink are both awkwardly shaped so we've just stuck things in wherever, but I want some pretty baskets etc like yours to bring the storage all together.

    MaggieBob http://www.maggiebob.com

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    1. It's so simple but so effective. Has really pulled the room together.

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  2. my bathroom will never be up to scratch, I've just accepted it. Those baskets are so cute!

    Aine Oh

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    1. The baskets make me feel better about myself. Organised clutter haha! X

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