Art in the Bathroom

I have not hung considerably ar2rk in our property because I’;m even now priming and painting walls. But, the principal bath has been painted for a although and there was a huge empty space above the toilet that was crying out for some kind of ar2rk.

See? So empty looking!

I presently had 2 great frames I purchased on sale years in the past at Pottery Barn, so I just necessary ar2rk to pop into the frames. I looked for some thing on Etsy but couldn’;t find something I liked in the correct size and form. Then, I observed the jar of shells I collected last summertime on our trip to Kennebunkport, Maine...

How stunning would they search in the frames? I laid them out on a sheet of gray paper and took 2 pictures…

then sent the files to Staples and asked them to print color copies to fit an 8 x 10 inch format. The complete work expense $ one.25!

Like most bathrooms, it can get pretty steamy so I didn’;t want some thing on the walls that was too precious. I can constantly print far more and replace these if they get ruined more than time.

This is such an simple way to get inexpensive and fairly art for your wall. Other objects from nature would work just as properly, like acorns, leaves, feathers, flowers or pine cones.

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