Hey guys, I hope you are all staying healthy, we are dropping like flies over here! I was planning on starting to share our basement family room this week, but it has become ground zero for my sick kiddos. I’m pretty sure no one wants to see my poor snotty nosed kids and their mountain of used kleenex. Instead I realized I’ve never shared our tiny little lake house powder room off the mudroom.
My dad told me it feels like a coffin in here – ha, and it is small, but it gets the job done.
Since it’s such a small space, it’s a fun spot for wallpaper, and I love this pattern from Serena and Lily. We used the leftovers in the laundry room, which is adjacent to the mudroom as well, you can see it here if you missed that post. It’s nice to have that little peek of pattern in both rooms. It looks a little magic eye poster (anyone else remember those? C’mon, did anyone ever really see the dinosaur?) in these photos because of my wide angle lens, but it’s totally pretty and fun in person.
I still want to get some art for above the toilet, but I haven’t found anything I love yet. Also bathroom art is kind of hard, am I right? Like what is the appropriate thing to hang above a toilet…
I found the mirror at World Market and it was originally antique brass, but it felt out of place in our house, so I spray painted it black. I love the contrast in here, and bonus, it’s on major sale right now if you need one too (see link below).
I’m keeping it short and sweet today, so I can get back to snuggling my sickie on the couch (and by snuggling on the couch, I mean sitting on the opposite end with a hoodie pulled over my head trying to avoid the spray of germs). I am super excited to share the basement soon…just as soon as I sanitize the snot out of it – pun intended. :)
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Light – I can’t figure out for the life of me where I bought this fixture, sorry!
Mirror – World Market
Wallpaper – Serena and Lily
Faux Plant – Target
Slate Tile – Build Direct
Paint Color – Extra White by Sherwin Williams
Mudroom Paint Color – Boothbay Gray by Benjamin Moore