I finally finished my bathroom and realized I did not post photos. Hopefully you will find it as interesting as the people who come over and peek in my medicine cabinet. Yes I have had peekers and remember because the kids kept going in my stuff I put an alarm on the door. Welllllllll I had to to take the alarm off and just accept the fact that I am just that darn interesting that people what to see more. Having one bathroom comes with a price. Anyway I don’t keep anything personal in there and soon as company leaves I take my washcloth and towel out and wash it. It gives me the heebie jeebies to think that someone might have TOUCHED IT.
Anyway…a long time ago I had curtains up, walls were gold, had a sink with a cabinet, tile floors, and a sterilite set of drawers for my curling irons.
It went through a couple of transformations but now I have white walls, a shutter on the window, vinyl wood looking planks on the floor, a HUGE tall pedestal sink (that I love) and a rolling cart for my girly junk. Note the toilet tissue roll on the flat iron….I am always forgetting to turn my oron off so now I put it in the roll when its off. One glance in the bathroom and I know if I left it on my if its in the roll. It works. I should make it a little prettier though. I am also replacing my baskets with little glas jars on hooks like the ones I have for my razors and my q-tips.
On the back wall I had wall words and it went through a bunch of transformations. I like to paint and each time I painted I changed the quote…..
and then I painted it white and built wall shelves with a door made from one bifold door that I found in the ReUse Store for $5 and took apart and made two doors. I had to have a place for all my soap and shampoo since I deleted the storage from under the sink (story here).
This pedestal sink holds a lot of crap on the top…which might not be the best thing for a “collector” of stuff like myself. I love it though. It is a $900 Kohler Memoirs sink that I found in the Salvage yard (ReUse Store) for practically nothing!!.
And last but not least is the door. I made a collage using MS Collage and had Staples print it for me. I put it on the door, with spray adhesive, cut it to size, then put a coat of Modge Podge on top to protect it from water damage. This is the back of the door.
No one seems to be able to find the bathroom so I thought it would be funny to put this sign on the front of the door.
I designed it using MS Image Composer and had Staples print it for me. My idea is that people will take selfies and tag me on Facebook then I will print them and add them to the door. They won’t see them until the next time they come. LOL That’s the idea anyway and I think it will be fun…I wonder how many people will do it. BTW if you would like a PDF of this poster just send a request by email firstname.lastname@example.org. I designed it so that the pdf can be printed to large size (48×64) or print to fit on whatever page size you want all without sacrificing quality. And then you can tag me or email me a photo so I can see how you used it.