Farmhouse Mason Jar Bathroom Set: Week 2 Bathroom Remodel

Mason Jar Bathroom Set

Today’s project isn’t anything new.  There are tons of mason jar bathroom sets on Pinterest, but I needed a new set and worked on it while my husband was out of town last week .  So I thought I’d show how I made a toothbrush holder, a cotton swab container, and a soap dispenser, along with a few tips that I think are important.

What I used:

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Mason Jar Bathroom Set Directions: 

TIP  With the airtight lid seal ON the jars, hold the spray paint can at least 12″ away and use short, quick bursts so the paint doesn’t run.

The airtight lid seal keeps the paint from getting inside the jar which is important for the soap jar especially .

  • Paint the lid rings and the metal part of the pump with the same spray paint that you used for the jars.
  • Spray with acrylic spray sealer and let dry.
  • Assemble the pump for soap dispenser and screw on the lid insert for the toothbrush holder with the lid.

TIP – You’ll need to trim the plastic straw that’s part of the soap dispenser pump if you use a pint jar as I did.  You won’t need to if you use a quart jar.

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  • Fill the smaller quilted jar with cotton swabs or cotton balls and screw on the lid.

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If you want to distress your jars, you need to use a Chalky Finish paint as I used HERE.

I also purchased the set of galvanized pots with a tray to hold washcloths.

They look so fresh and clean, don’t they?  I’m thrilled with how they turned out and can’t wait until the bathroom remodel is all done so I can put them to use!


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Vaya con Dios,

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  1. Love them. Never painted one to use but I did do one once with the lid made for my dishing liquid. This looks adorable.

  2. Marlene Stephenson says

    These are so cute and i can’t wait to see your bathroom and how cute it will be.

  3. These look wonderful, Angie! Your bathroom is going to be so pretty!

  4. Me gustan mucho! I went over to Amazon and looked at the various lids, etc. I think these would make great gifts or prizes for a raffle or something like that. One question, Angie: do you paint the inside or the outside of the jars? I’m assuming the outside, but it seems like I remember you doing another project where you painted the inside. Is that true or am I thinking of someone else?

    Have a great week and thanks for the great idea!

    • I painted only the outside. That’s the reason for keeping the sealing lid on it while you paint. That was you don’t have to worry about the paint getting ruined inside the jar from water or soap.

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