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Chic Woodland-Themed Kids Bathroom // Final $100 Room Challenge Update

It’s reveal day for my chic woodland-themed kids bathroom that I completed for under $100. If you’re looking for kids bathroom decor inspiration, you’re in the right place!

Chic Woodland-Themed Kids Bathroom

It’s time for $100 Room Challenge reveal day! (The $100 Room Challenge is hosted by my friend Erin or Lemons, Lavender, and Laundry, and this time around, I’m working on our second bathroom.) The goal of the challenge is to make over a room using $100 or less.

You can see all of the updates here (remember I joined a week late, so my numbering is off):

First update: Before and paint 

Second update: Adding plants and stuff

Third update: Framing out the mirror

Before Shots: A Reminder

Here’s a reminder of the before shots. My goal going in was a chic woodland-themed kids bathroom for my baby girl, all for under $100.

boring beige bathroom
boring beige bathroom
boring beige bathroom

After shots

And here are the after shots! I really, really love it and think I nailed it for this challenge. It’s must more pleasant sitting in here giving her a bath, which we do often. And she loves pointing at the animals on the shower curtain and pointing up at the plants. 🙂

Chic woodland-themed kids bathroom
Chic woodland-themed kids bathroom
plant on a wall in a bathroom
gray and white themed modern bathroom
gray and white themed modern bathroom
towels hanging on a door
plants in a bathroom
pothos in a bathroom
plants in a bathroom
plants in a bathroom window
Chic woodland-themed kids bathroom

And a few before/after comparisons for fun:

boring beige bathroom
Chic woodland-themed kids bathroom
boring beige bathroom
modern white and gray bathroom
boring beige bathroom
Chic woodland-themed kids bathroom

Here’s a supply recap:

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  • Paint, left over from painting Ramona’s room
  • Hanging planter from downstairs (originally from Ikea)
  • Misc plants and cuttings from around the house
  • Some of the small planters
  • White bath and hand towel
  • Gray hand towel from the kitchen stock
  • Black animal figurines (originally from Ikea)
  • Shower curtain hooks and liner, still in good shape
  • Mirror frame paint and tools I needed (see here for tutorial)


  • Paint (Behr Silver City): $14.48
  • Shower curtain: $15.29
  • Vanity shades (Lowes): $26.94
  • Geometric wall planter: $13.77
  • White fox planter (local nursery, similar here): $13.77
  • Plants, (clearance at local nursery): $5.29
  • Lumber for mirror frame (Home Depot): $12.68
  • Mirror adhesive (Lowes): $5.70
  • Ceiling hook (Lowes): $1.56
  • Towel hook (Lowes): $4.22

Until the next $100 Room Challenge! 🙂

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Monday 11th of February 2019

Such a darling space! I love the shower curtain and I live plants just make it!


Thursday 7th of February 2019

Wow, this bathroom is so bright and fresh. The shower curtains and little figurines are my favorites!

Erin- Lemons, Lavender, & Laundry

Monday 4th of February 2019

AHHHH!!!! I love this bathroom! First off, it's says,"This is a kids' bathroom.", without screaming that it's a kids' bathroom; which I love. Also, I now want plants in my bathroom (only I can't keep them alive, so I need some faux ones). I am SO glad you joined this round (even though I know you hate me for "making" you join :) ). You always create incredible spaces!


Saturday 2nd of February 2019

Great job Brittany! What a lucky little girl Tootie is to have such a cute an modern bathroom

Brittany Goldwyn

Sunday 3rd of February 2019

Thank you!!!


Saturday 2nd of February 2019

This turned out so cute! I love all of the animal-themed items that you used that are so sophisticated! That Fox planter is so cute! Congrats on a great space!

Brittany Goldwyn

Sunday 3rd of February 2019

Thanks Jackie! I know, I love the little white fox planter for myself :)

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