If you have read my blog before, you know my tense relationship with my bathroom. Not only is it small and outdated...it just happens to be the only full bathroom in my house. Gotta love those 1950's ramblers.
I am constantly plotting it's demise, but unfortunately it's not going anywhere for a while. So in the meantime, I am going to re-paint it. Here are my inspiration photos:
First I started by removing the hideous shelving unit, and painting the vanity black and adding crystal knobs.
Then I painted the walls a stone gray, which had way too much purple undertone (this picture actually looks decent, but in person it looked way to mauvey):
What I'm most excited about is I will be able to use any bright colors as accents in my hand towels, rug, etc. I'm thinking of ordering Turkish hand towels (called a 'Peshkir' in Turkey!) from etsy...
Our peshkirs are made from 100% organic natural cotton, linen or silk and woven on a hand-loom. Bright stripes are woven from yarn rayon. Rayon yarn fibers of poplar tree. All natural and organic. Peshkirs are machine washable in cool water. Washing softens the fabric.
Peshkirs can be used as:
Check back later this week for photos of my bathroom finished...