Bathroom Makeover Complete (and a discount code!)

We’ve been working on it for a while, and when I started our mini makeover I thought real hard about things that I wanted the bathroom to be.

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Clean.

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Smells good.

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Lots of whites, splash of color.

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Something my husband would love, and something my kids will feel comfortable in. Being that it’s our only working bathroom at the moment ;)

Um, and cheap because home girl is on a budget. While I’d love to have a whole new bathroom with a deeper (non-ivory) tub and more storage..this is what I’ve got. And Mama’s gotta work with what she has! I fully believe that if you have clean spaces that make you feel happy and smell delicious then you find yourself wishing less for expensive massive changes, and being happy with the spaces you’re already in.

So not only did it get a full paint overhaul… it got an Honest overhaul as well.

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The people at The Honest Company sent me over some products to try and I’m pretty impressed. First of all, they’re all natural, non-toxic, and eco-friendly. Boom! Awesome.

Second, their packaging is really pretty and I’m a sucker for good packaging. Especially the hand soap and hand sanitizer. Since they’re out all the time it’s nice to have something that isn’t in ugly bright colors that don’t go with my schhheeme, which I might add, I’ve worked hard to perfect ha!

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Third.. Grapefruit scent and eucalyptus mint scent for cleaners. Uh, YES. I’m so over the nasty chemical scent that burns your eyes for the next three hours after cleaning.

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They have a free cleaning trial which is pretty neat, and a diaper trial for you new Moms with the itty bitty babes still in diapers!

Okay, now let’s be honest here (har har) I know what people are thinking, “She was sent those products of course she’s saying she likes them” True, you’ll see a lot of blogs that do that. But, you and I both know that I’m very open about what I do and don’t like. When Jared and I were looking at the website and picking out things he even told me to order some more because he liked the sound of it. Once it came and he saw that the kids could actually help me clean without worrying we’ll burn their skin off? Golden. I’m really excited to try more, one that I’m eye-balling right now is the fruit and veggie cleaner and the sunblock since Lily is horribly allergic to a lot of sunblocks out there. Not to mention it’s the same price, if not less than many of the other cleaning products out there! Hello..! Why wouldn’t you love it?

Rant over.

Plus, it’s a free trial.. Why not? Right? Ha!

You can also sign up for their email newsletter which has some pretty cool info in it. They’re also on twitter, facebook, and instagram so you can keep in touch with them– heck they even have a blog!

I’ve got a discount code for you to do a little shopping today.. Woohoo!

Get $10 off a $40 purchase at The Honest Company using code

Pollinate10off40.

(Limited to first-time customers and one use per customer. Expires April 26, 2013.)

Enjoy! I’m off to enjoy our new (clean) bathroom!

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Comments

  1. Brenda says

    What color is your paint? We are redoing the laundry room and this might be the fresh color we’re looking for :)

    • Rachelle says

      It’s an oopsie, if you will. 2/3 of a gallon of Sandstone Cove and a quart of fieldstone grey mixed together. It’s perfection! I love it.

    • Rachelle says

      Thank you! It smells even better than it looks haha smell-o-gram anyone? Honest Company for the win! xo

  2. says

    I love your attitude about using what you’ve got. We’ve got an old “country blue” tub and toilet that I think must be from the 80s or early 90s. :) We just painted our bathroom a light gray with white trim and I love how you’ve added the yellow for some color…I think I’m going to have to steal that idea. :)

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