Our tiny powder room off the kitchen has been the subject of two makeover attempts (here and here) that I knew were only temporary until I could decide what I really wanted to do with the room. And I think that time has finally arrived! So today I present the powder room makeunder. A little less stuff and a whole lot brighter!
|I used cloth napkins from Anthropologie as hand towels.|
Once everything was painted I tried something I had wanted to do somewhere in house for a while - a Sharpie drawn wall. All you need for this a Sharpie paint pen (I got my mine Micheal's for $4 and used two for this room) a yard stick or clear ruler and a little free time. In hindsight I should have used a level too, to keep everything straighter, but I skipped that step I am fine with the wonkiness here and there!
|A colorfully lined basket and mason jar is the perfect spot to keep the girls' toothbrushes.|
|I like how the yarn has unraveled a bit since hanging it.|
A little vintage rag rug - in colors similar to the yarn - is cozy underfoot for the girls while they are washing hands or brushing teeth before school.
I wanted a bold piece of art on the wall above the toilet where I had shelves before. So I looked for inspiration from some of my favorite abstract artists and whipped up the painting below. I love how the shapes and colors look against the lines of the wall pattern.
|My OhJoy for Target vase fits right in here!|
Well there you have it! So happy with how this little room turned out. So much brighter than before. And it feels a lot more like me!