Bathroom - Accessories

Bathroom – Accessories Turn mason jars into cool apothecaries for cotton balls & swabs
Small spaces? No problem, think vertical!

I am not sure where to begin on posting updates for the bathroom, and that is how I feel about the bathroom in general, I am never quite sure where to start. There is only one bathroom in the house that Max built, and for some reason, throughout the years it became smaller, not larger. When it comes to my bathroom posts, I am going to start somewhere in the middle and will figure out the rest as I go along. This post is going to showcase a few of the new accessories!

12 oz- Ball Quilted Jelly-Mason Jars

I purchased these 12 oz- Ball Quilted Jelly-Mason Jars from Joann Fabrics

Rust-Oleum Metallic Paint & Primer in One

I spray painted the lids and rings with Rust-Oleum metallic paint & primer in one; oil rubbed bronze. Then drilled a hole in the center on two of the seal tops to add the retro decorative knobs.

Bathroom – Accessories Turn mason jars into cool apothecaries for cotton balls & swabs.

The color theme for the accessories are, black and oil rubbed bronze. Adding pops of color to the towels and coordinating jar cozies, along with incorporating a plant and a few knick-knacks. When I saw the Crochet Mason Jar Cozies video tutorial from The Crochet Crowd, I knew I was hooked! I am thankful that the team at The Crochet Crowd were inspired to create these tutorials from the patterns by Crochet Mason Jar Covers by Yarnspirations.

I will  use both the tutorials and patterns again! I have added them to my video page for future reference.  Below is their video for the small mason jar cozy.

LARGE Mason Jar Cozy Pattern & Sweet Pickle Jar.
cheers and best wishes

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Bathroom – Accessories Turn mason jars into cool apothecaries for cotton balls & swabs

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