If you have been following along with our Family Bathroom remodel progress, you will be glad to see the bathroom art and accessories today! For the before and progress posts, you can follow through on the links.
I wanted to keep the costs as low as possible for the art. The full bathroom remodel was expensive enough! Let’s take a look at the mood board again:
At numbers 2 and 3, I wanted fun art in wooden frames. And at number 4, white plant pots for plants to display on the windowsills.
DIY Handprint Bathroom Art
I bought inexpensive wood-look frames from Mr Price Home that matched the wood-tone of our vanity. Then I made handprints of my kids’ hands on plain white paper with blue paint I had left from my son’s toy cupboard. I did laminate the pages to protect them against moisture in the bathroom. I love that it adds a sense of ownership to the room which is mostly used by our two sons!
Pebble Family Art
My sister gave this as a gift when my youngest son was born. It was to depict our family of now four members. I loved this piece but struggled to find a spot for it in our home. The colours are a lot brighter than what I usually use in my decor, and that made placing this one difficult. When we started planning the bathroom remodel, I immediately knew it would look great in the bathroom. She purchased a pre-painted frame and glued the pebbles to the frame. I spayed it with Rust Oleum’s Clear Sealer to protect it against moisture. I might do a tutorial on something similar in the future if you would like to see one.
White plant pots with succulents
I love using white accents in my decor; I use it all over our home. I had a couple of white plant pots on hand that I had planned to use, but I also came across these white geometric, mid-century inspired pots at Mr Price Home. I always like to include mid-century modern in my decor, so these pots are perfect.
The windows are west-facing and the afternoon sun is scorching, so nothing else but succulents will survive here. But at least that means they are low maintenance and it gives the bathroom the greenery it needs.
That was a quick glance at the art and accessories in our family bathroom. Next, I will be posting the room reveal!
What is your favourite way to add a bit of fun to bathroom art?
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