Remember last week when I talked about my new ideas with printables? Well in the midst of working on that bar art, I started making some for our bathroom. Our bathroom has some large chunks of wall space that just seemed so bare. The one that bugged me the most was the space above the toilet. So I used my new printable creating skills and made some bathroom wall art.
Now, I haven’t been blogging that long but if you had told me when a few months ago that I would later be taking pictures of the space our toilet occupies, I would have thought you were crazy. Seriously, I felt like one of those girls taking selfies in the bathroom mirror. I’m not sure which is worse though. ?
Since the wall behind our toilet is fairly narrow but tall with our 9 foot ceilings, I felt a long a narrow piece would fill the space well. I haven’t seen any (then again, I’ve never really looked at bathroom decor at Hobby Lobby) but making printables really became a game changer. I love silhouette art and decided to go that route with objects commonly found in bathrooms split among three frames.
In the beginning, I thought about toothbrushes, toothpaste, shower things, etc. I couldn’t get that to look right – it seemed more suited for a kid’s bathroom. I spent all of 2 minutes on the bobby pins and then decided to go more feminine with hair and makeup silhouettes. Landon doesn’t seem to mind that it’s not objects he uses. He even helped me decide on the order to hang them. ?
The frames are from the dollar store and I love how the silver is shiny like our shower curtain. I’m not sure if I’ll do more art in this room in the future. We have a super tiny window that needs a proper curtain so maybe when that is complete I’ll have more direction for adding more bathroom wall art.
I am in the midst of so many DIY projects for our house and sometimes they take longer than planned. Plus, you have to make time to live a little! ? I had made the bathroom wall art printables weeks ago and also had purchased the frames around the same time. It’s nice to take a break from big projects and do a small quick one. Finishing something is a great feeling!