MY DIY | Wooden Bath Mat & Bathroom Styling

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MY DIY | Wooden Bath Mat & Bathroom Styling

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I am back with another fun styling project! A month back I had the opportunity to check out the Kohler headquarters and put my styling spin on one of their bathrooms. Being a Wisconsin girl, I was absolutely on board with supporting such an amazing company, with such beautiful products. Plus, my prom was at the American Club in Kohler, so I got to take a little trip down memory lane…

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The project was to take an almost blank slate bathroom, that was decked out in Sterling Plumbing’s storage shower, and add some DIY and design elements. I wanted to bring a little more natural wood into the space, so started by heading to the hardware store to pick up some cedar to create a custom bath mat. After having the guys at the store cut down the wood to size, this project was super simple, and great for creating a mat that fits your room. Next, I wanted to play off the tile, and bring in some more reds, pinks and teal. Then, soften up the space with some wicker baskets and greenery. Done! Now, if only I could have a bathroom this size in real life #goals. output_NSQP5N

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GET THE LOOK | 1. Minted Float by by Betty Hatchett2.West Elm Marble and Wood decor 3.West Elm Pillow4.Red Beer Garden Dining Bench5.Round White Dotted Bamboo Basket 6.Tall Bottle Vase + Bud Vase7.Coral Riley Sculpted Bath Towel

Get the steps for the wooden mat after the break, and check out the steps for customizing your Sterling Plumbing STORE+™ Storage System Shower over on Pinterest!

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What you need:

2 in. x 4 in. x 8 ft. Prime Cedar Wood

Wood glue

Minwax Satin Water-Based Polyurethane

What to do:

Cut the pieces to fit your desired size: 9 long horizontal pieces, 3 vertical pieces (or have the nice people at the hardware store do it for you.)

Lay out your three vertical pieces, and then the 9 horizontal pieces on top, with a half an inch space between each.

Next, glue down each horizontal piece and let dry for an hour.

Paint with a water proof stain, and let completely dry overnight.

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This post was made in collaboration with Sterling Plumbing. Thank you for supporting the amazing partners who make I SPY DIY possible!


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