I’ve been trying to update and organize things around here, not my home around here (that continues to be chaos!), but around here on the blog. You’ll notice if you hop over to my Projects Page and my Recipes Page, that everything is all cute and neat and you can easily find some of my favorite posts now. I was getting ready to work on my House Tour Page when scrolling through I realized I haven’t shared my kid’s bathroom with you all yet.
I don’t know why, it’s been sitting there all cute and finished just waiting for it’s debut.
Ok, well realistically it hasn’t been sitting there exactly like these photos.
Normally there is a fair amount of watermelon toothpaste smeared on the counter, several hundred bath toys scattered about, and a Sesame Street potty chair on the floor – to try to entice little man to do his thing.
So I spruced up a bit for the photos.
That’s when I realized why I haven’t shared it yet. Trying to get the photos. This is a tiny bathroom. A tiny bathroom I was determined to squeeze double sinks and a window in (I think this is the room that I drove our poor architect the most nuts about).
It actually is quite comfortable and roomy enough for both kids, for now… if little man keeps growing the way he is, I’m not sure how he is going to fold his future 7 foot teenage self in the shower. I guess we have a good 15 years yet til we need to worry about it.
Back to the photos, I really wish I could have video taped the whole process, you would have found it highly entertaining.
I won’t mention how many times I nailed my head on the shower curtain rod trying to take this shot,
or when it finally fell down when I was taking this one of the cute outdoor light fixtures we used from Lowe’s.
Or how I managed to turn the faucet on with my rear end while sitting in the sink trying to capture this one.
Let’s just say it was an experience.
I’ll share a few sources with you, my shower curtain, bath mat and towels are from Target. The colorful baskets in the nook are from Land of Nod. I already mentioned the lights were from Lowes, and don’t you love these cute prints?
I got them from the best Etsy shop called Wallfry. The designer Kylie makes the most adorable wall art for kids.
I have some of her prints in my playroom too.
They are so fun and she will make them in any color for you. I actually emailed her a photo of my shower curtain and she color matched these prints to it.
Great right? I’m so excited to offer this giveaway to you all, Kylie has agreed to give away a set of 4 of her 8 x 10 prints, any set – you can pick! In any colors, just head on over to her site to check out all the options.! All you need to do to get entered is to use the rafflecopter below to answer the question “Where would you hang your Wallfry wall art?”.
You can earn an additional entry each by “liking” The Lily Pad Cottage on Facebook, and “liking” Wallfry on Facebook too. The Giveaway will run until Saturday June 7. The winner will be notified and will have 48 hours to contact me or it will be passed onto the next person.
Official Stuff: I was given my bathroom wall art to review for free, however all opinions are my own.