When I first decided to paint the living room, I bought a wall graphic from Chiasso.com:
Photo Credit: www.Chiasso.com
Well a long story short, I ended up not using it in the living room and went with a wall stencil instead. That decision left me with a rather expensive piece of very large art sitting in my garage. I had no idea what to do with it for several weeks and then it dawned on as I was washing my hands in my rather bland powder room, that the wall graphic may work perfectly in there.
And guess what? It totally does!
Unfortunately, the powder room is TINY, so getting a full on shot of the room is short of impossible. And I was a bad blogger and forgot to get a before picture when I started this project. Sorry. But you all may notice that my favorite color Glidden Seal Grey made an appearance here again also. I painted two walls of the powder room thinking that painting all four would make the room feel like a coffin.
Otherwise, the room came together really quickly with the majority of the items coming from Ikea:
1) Yellow Hand Towel
3) Bud Vase
Overall, transforming the powder room took about $40 if you consider I already owned the wall graphic and paint. I made the art above the toilet recycling some old canvas from our first California apartment, spray paint and spackle. Posts of that DIY to come shortly.