Around this time of year I always get the urge to change my decor up in at least one room. Chalk it up to spring fever I guess. Anyway, after having such a successful attempt at wallpapering a focal wall in my bathroom with Tempaper’s tropical print, I decided I was confident enough to go wild and do new look and wallpaper the entire bathroom. As soon as I saw Tempaper’s new peel and stick flamingo print I knew it was meant to be and immediately jumped on the chance.
To quickly jog your memory, this is what my bathroom looked like before.
And here’s the new new!
It’s kind of crazy how it makes the room feel bigger. I thought it might feel closed in with so much pattern on the walls, but nope! It works. The print is so lovely. It’s a lovely mix of soft pink and reddish pink that looks amazing against white and gold. As always it was easy to work with and very forgiving. You can refer to my previous post for installation tips that work for me. I also added a few new accessories.I got this hanging planter on Amazon and changed out the original chain with one from the jewelry making section at Jo-Ann.I kept the original window valance and shortened it in order to let more light in. I loved the fringe on the new towels and rug so I added some chainette fringe to tie it all together.Above the toilet I removed a badly installed towel rack and replaced it with a cute framed vintage Camay Soap ad.I replaced the light fixture with a new mid-century inspired two orb vanity light from Lucent Lightshop. I personally like mixing metals so I went with brass, of course. Over on the other wall I picked up a brass mirror/shelf from Target’s Project 62 line and a new metallic gold and white geometric shower curtain from Project 62 as well.The new “fancy towels” (you know, the kind you’re not allowed to use), are from Target’s Opalhouse line. I love the texture and fringe.I followed the wallpaper all the way around the room, meeting the last seam in the most inconspicuous corner. Everything is reflected in the mirrors so it’s all pretty much visible from every view point, which was intentional and I’m glad it worked out.
There it is! This year’s new bathroom look. I looooove the way it all came together. Yay!
Next up, the guest room and patio. Stay tuned!