Thursday, June 25, 2009

Guest/ Kid's Bathroom Make-over

Today I am participating in Jen R's Make Over Open House & The Shabby Chic Cottage Transfermation Thursday. I have been slowly working on this bathroom for months and I pulled it all together yesterday. I told my mom I think this is the first time I finished a project without guests' arrival being the underlying motivation. I don't anticipate guests/family for another 2 weeks!

BEFORE: Pink towels and curtain is not going to fly now that we have a son!




Here is my little boo-boo. I painted this wicker rack green and it matched just a little bit too much! Good thing it was just paint!


AFTER: Still have the yellow walls, and used a Paisley material with brown, turquoise and green. I think it is a perfect medium for a boy and a girl, plus guests.
Accenting the room is monkeys in honor of my two little monkeys! I got all of the accessorize at Target in the $2.50 section and it matches perfectly!

The shower wall.


A close-up of the material. I love this material!


Reflections from the mirror. Jen R. did a post on reflections and I think this now passes the test!!


As a bonus, I also completed #1 & #5 on my Getting Back on Track List. YIPPEE!!!
Now go over to Jen R's & Gina's t00 see all of the other Make-overs & Transformations!

10 comments:

Nice and Easy Antiques said...

Love the material you picked, great print and colors! It looks great!

Lisa Shatzer said...

I love the paisely fabric. Great job on the bathroom.

Pam said...

Oh, I just love your fabric!! You did a fabulous job.

Avery & Hailey said...

Looks great!

Jen r. said...

It looks super cute! you did a great job! thanks for joining in on the party! Jen

Amber said...

I love that fabric! Where did you find it? Did you sew the shower curtain yourself? I think that painting BATH on the little door was a fun touch.

Deb said...

Really nice!! Love the fabric you chose. Really pops!

blueblob said...

R.I.P. Michael Jackson

Jillian said...

Love it!!

Ginette said...

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