Like the rest of the condo, the half bath between our living room and kitchen/dining area started out white. White fixtures, white walls and ceiling, white vinyl. A blank slate for sure! I found a cute rug and matching towels at Target that served as my inspiration.
After several trips to the paint center (and bringing home enough sample cards to paper a room with) I decided on Behr Kittery Point Green. I am famous for painting and repainting until I get ‘just the right’ color…but I don’t have the budget for that ! ( …or the energy now that I am *ahem* older)
The color gives me sporadic thoughts of pistachio desserts, but overall I like the choice for the space…..for now, at least. =)
I have always loved the blue painted wall shelf. I added some fun beachy accessories and also some extra touches of blue.
The downside of having a pedestal sink is that there is no built-in storage in the room. The room is a good size so I was able to fit in a metal baker’s rack from Walmart. It was black went I bought it but some white spray paint made it just right. =)
The room is coming along. The biggest challenge is the mirror. It is a cheap builder-grade mirror that is SECURELY glued to the drywall. I am debating how to update it without having to pull it off and damage the wall. I have seen some fun ideas with shells, rope, or tile but I need more inspiration!
If you have an idea, I would LOVE to hear from you!
Now that the half bath is painted, there are NO MORE WHITE WALLS on the second floor of the condo.