Updating brass light fixtures
Some suggested that I should reglaze or paint the tiles. But no more…carpet is gone, as well as that ugly, ugly wallpaper and border. This pretty green metal shelf came out of my old green bathroom in AL, along with the accessories, most of which were found at yardsales.This is a pretty shellbox that I made 2 years ago and never showed you, mainly because I shamelessly copied it from Layla’s mom and she was selling them on Layla’s blog at the time.This beadboard shelf came out of my blue bath and I was so happy to be able to use it in here.
You can see I added the beadboard wallpaper on all the walls in both rooms, except around the vanity area.He is Freelancer Programmer of Advance Excel and design useful Excel base Electrical Programs as per IS, NEC, IEC, IEEE codes.He is Technical Blogger and Familiar with English, Hindi, Gujarati, French languages.He wants to Share his experience & Knowledge and help technical enthusiasts to find suitable solutions and updating themselves on various Engineering Topics.Who would think that avocado and aqua could co-exist peacefully? This is the this bathroom has ever looked, just by working with the colors that are here.I don’t think she is anymore, so I will show you my version now.Most of these little shells I actually picked up off the beach.I wouldn’t have thought it possible if it hadn’t happened so easily, with the help of some inspiration linens. If you find yourself a fabric or in this cases towels and washcloths that tie it all together, that’s the way to do it every single time. We weren’t about to gut this space and start over, so I had to work some magic with what I had.Think about it:green, blue, khaki, brown go together perfectly, so why not in a bathroom with avocado tiles and aqua countertops. When I found these towels at Homegoods, I knew this was my answer on how to blend those colors.I simply painted that side with the new wall color.Trash can was a yardsale find and I used it in my old blue guest bedroom.