There was a golden damask print wallpaper, white pedestal sink and a gold light fixture.
There was nothing wrong with any of it,
except the warped and musty smelling hardwoods around the potty.
Once we decided to replace the floor, the job just grew and grew.
So now we have a new vanity, a new light fixture,
painted walls and a new "faux" brick wall.
I painted and textured over the wallpaper and the trim all got new paint, too.
I took the doors off of the cabinets that hang above the toilet and hung some antique corbels.
Shopped the house and Target and accessorized the open shelves.
This little 3' x 6' room turned into a major project...
that I could only work on here and there...so it also took a lot longer than expected.
But it's finished.
So here is the "after."
I found the antique corbels on my Silver Bella trip in Omaha, Nebraska.
The rusted iron piece over the potty was found in Roundtop
and has been hanging outside on our fence.
We found this antique mirror at Leftovers Antiques in Brenham
on our way to Austin for the MS150.
Because the room is so tiny and there was already a lot going on
with the new vanity and brick wall,
I painted the trim, inside of the door and walls the same color.
I used a satin latex enamel for the shelves and trim and door
and an eggshell latex wall paint on the walls.
And how is Harry?
Harry is fine.
Last bed he's getting.
I mean it.