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In our home we have a tiny little powder room. It’s only about three feet by six feet (most of which is taken up by the toilet and sink), so you can imagine that it gets pretty crowded when both of my children inevitably follow me in there (boo). Anyway. For the longest time we did absolutely nothing with it. Builder off-white paint, boring mirror, etc.
I got sick of it about a month ago and just bought a gallon of mint green paint on impulse. We threw the paint on the walls, put up a new mirror and light fixture, and it wasn’t as boring anymore. But it. was. green.
The room has no natural light and ten foot ceilings, so it’s like a dim, tall, green box. It really needed something on the walls to break up the green, so I decided to make a big colorful piece of artwork.
This project was patterned after a cool print by Nancy Ramirez that I originally discovered through Pinterest. She has some beautiful work there that you should definitely go check out. My version is not as precise or beautiful as the original, but I’m happy with it.
What do y’all think? It feels slightly less overwhelmingly green in there – so, success!
I’m linking up at Momnivore’s Dilemma and So You Think You’re Crafty.
Comments + Project Love
David and Emily Wilcock says
Love it! Great job Alexis!!
this is absolutely gorgeous. i love the color palette. <br /><br />- meegan @ craftylittlebitches.blogspot.com
That's really pretty! I'm thinking that would make a pretty spiffy quilt design – some thin strips of fabric with random patches of white….