It`s done!! It`s done !!
It has to be done because there isn`t any more room for anything else!!
I`ve painted, decoupaged and sewn everything I can and now it`s time to step back and enjoy the finished space!
Here is the kids` bathroom early last fall when I grew tired of the orange accents :
Let the makeover begin!!
Back in October I began by Stencilling the largest wall in the room.
This was a big and frustrating job, but I LOVE how it turned out!!
Shortly after that, I exchanged the silver, builder-grade cabinet knobs for these funky polka-dot ones.
Hubby took out the boring "boob-light" fixture and replaced it with this vintage light which I paid $2.50 for at the Habitat for Humanity resale store.
I made this ``Bathroom Pixie`` to keep watch over the kids and to make sure they were flossing and brushing carefully!
I filled the wall space above our Pixie with this 3D paper star art.
I made this Paper Mosaic Art as a tutorial for a guest post at Pocket Full of Pink. It went perfectly into this bathroom space.
To fill the space above the toilet I created these Bathroom Reminder Signs to make sure the kids started each day with cleanliness and happiness.
To jazz up the plain white shower curtain, I added some pennants.
Nope. I couldn't leave the step stool alone either. Here is how I added the text and swirl.
To finish up, I re-hung these adorable pictures of my three kids as babies enjoying the tub.
"You are my Sunshine" greets the kids every morning, too. I grabbed this at a discount decor store.
Where do the kids put their "bathroom reading?" In a freshly re-painted magazine rack hung on the wall near the throne.
And here it is. Complete.
RED and AQUA all over.
Looking at the after pictures I see I may have gone a little overboard. Hmmm...
But the kids disagree. They think it is perfect.
And it's them I did it for, right?