Baby Girl Bathroom

Hi guys! Do you remember about 100 years ago, I posted our design plan for Jordan’s bathroom?! Ok, maybe it wasn’t 100 years ago, but it feels like it.  With her first birthday looming, it’s true what they say-

Even though I often overestimate what I can get done in a day, I’m happy to say, the bathroom is complete- a bright and cheerful spot for little Ms. Jordan to take her nightly bath in! And she loves bathtime!

This bathroom is attached to her nursery, so it’s super convenient and can be completely girly since she doesn’t have to share it with anyone.  She loves when her big brother takes a bath with her though!


We didn’t do too much in this room, just switched out the lighting, repainted the walls and cabinets, and added art and a couple accessories.
It took longer than expected because the light fixture was originally hung too low, then it took me forever to get it hung higher and to have the first hole sheetrocked and patched.  But, once the new lighting was in it’s proper place, it looked perfect!  I like it so much better than before!



I stuck with the same finish on the light fixture to coordinate with the mirror and hardware, but this style with edison bulbs feels more appropriate for a child’s bathroom.



This art print was definitely meant to be because it has the lyrics from the song my husband and I danced to at our wedding – Our Song, by Elton John.  The print says, “How wonderful life is, now that you’re in the world” and has Jordan’s name, birthdate and birth stats.  It comes in different colors, but we chose lavender to coordinate with her bath and nursery.


How Wonderful Art Print by Laura Hankins

I also fell in love with this happy floral canvas art by Lindsay Letters that says, “Hello Sweet Beautiful Girl.”  Such a perfect sentiment for our baby daughter!


Safavieh Valencia Rug

It’s been super useful having these large, wide counters and after Jordan’s bath, I sit her on a cushioned bath pad here to dry her off.
I love the illustrations in the children’s book, The Wonderful Things You Will Be, so I framed a few of the pages and hung them with a ribbon and thumb tack.  The frames were an inexpensive find at WalMart.
The larger basket was a gift from our baby shower and I keep towels and washcloths in it now.  The smaller crocheted basket holds hair bows and ribbons.

I found this adorable Initial Trinket Dish at Anthropologie and usually put her tiny hair elastics there when I take them out of her hair at bathtime.

Such a sweet little space to get all fresh and clean and unwind from the day!
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Hi! I’m Megan, mom to a thoughtful teenager and spunky young girl. We call Houston home and recently moved into our dream home. I traded my lawyer hat to become a full-time blogger in 2010. I love sharing my passion for affordable fashion, home decor, organization, & fitness to help inspire you to take care of you!


  1. I know you have mentioned before moving her later on to the other room with the jack and jill. Do it before she's old enough to know any better. LOL My girls would never give up that much space! Love all the sweet prints.

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