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Ta-dah! I’m pretty thrilled with how the powder room turned out. It’s fun, cool and totally us.
The whole transformation took 2 days and was quite inexpensive. Let’s break it down shall we.
The finished product. Total transformation in just 48 hours!
Colorful woven mats from Crossings Department Store. Php 99.50-209.50/piece.
Wooden boy toilet paper dispenser, bought years ago at The American Women’s Bazaar. Blue dish (on top of dispenser) Php 43.05 and Stainless Steel Bin Php 429.50 both from Crossings Department Store.
Middle: Paper Mache “W”, National Bookstore (I hand painted the gold and blue stripes), Broadways signs, Php499.75and bird print, Php 99.75 both from The SM Store. Right: Black and white framed print Php399.75 from Our Home. Framed elephant painiting from Aussux Gallery, Cambodia. Gold and white painting—DIY. NY scenes, shot by my husband. Leaf print, Php 99.75 from The SM Store. Geisha print-gifted. Geometric painting—DIY.
Silver frame mirror is from The SM Store bought years ago. Abstract painting—DIY, Framed black and white photo, Php 399.75, Our Home.
Photos, prints and paintings can really do wonders to any room. They bring life, add interest and showcase a piece of the home owner’s personality too.
I’m really glad I stumbled upon that photo. It was just the inspiration I needed to help add oomph to an otherwise neglected space.
First thing I did when I decided to work on the powder room was shop around the house! I knew we had various photos, paintings and prints that could work with the look I had in mind.
Next I scoured home and department stores for chic but inexpensive frames and artwork that could be added to the walls.
Here is the collection that I came up with:
Abstract, Gold and White and Geometric painting done by me. Broadway sign, Bird and Leaf print canvases from The SM Store, Framed Coco-Cola theater photo from Our Home, Framed New York scenes shot by my husband, Elephant painting from Cambodia and Geisha print, and gift from a friend.
Next, just like in little Mr. W’s room gallery I did a mock-up of how I would like the pieces to be placed. (See DIY here).
Now it’s time to hang everything up and add the finishing touches!
Powder Room reveal soon!