Throne of Kings & Queens Re-Vamp Challenge
My bathroom was begging for a change. I felt it everytime I went in the little room. So I decided to honor her wish and do a little update in the throne room. I started the redo by painting a small table to place in corner. The painting of this table was one of my previous post. Once I completed the table, I decided to add a frame around my mirror. This was also in a previous post. So far so good. Next, I
This is a before pic. I started removing things before I took a pic.
Another before pic.
New table painted and branded ready to go.
Over the D & S, I wrote a Bible verse on a chalk board, I had shabbied. You can also see the glass jars in th metal tray. Each jar has a tag attached for writing the contents of the jar. I just used some old kitchen knobs and glued them onto each lid.
I also painted a mirror and placed it in the corner on the table. I hung a small wreath on the mirror. I added a small lamp with a metal shade on a stack of old books, for height. The light has a metal shade, so I stenciled about three letters and a number combination on the shade.
Sorry, the shade stencil does not show in this pic.
Attic treasure...old milk stool. I sat a small bucket on the stool with extra toilet paper arranged in the bucket..after cleaning the old milk stool that had been stored in my attic for years. I placed the old milk stool in a corner as you walk in the door. It is very old and a great conversation starter
Now for the get naked
Now for the ”Get Naked’
I used stencils to spell out the words.
I used acrylic paint to trace the words onto the round board.
I didn’t want this to have all straight letters, so I spaced and placed them out of line.
After I got the letters set, I used blue acrylic paint and added water, then I added white acrylic to give the waves some white caps. Last, I sprayed the sign lightly with a clear coat.
Here is my sign hanging on the back of the bathroom door. Good for a laugh if are on the throne.
You can’t see it well, but I added new shower curtains, Also in another post I shared how I put a wood frame around my mirror.
Wood frame around mirror
Front view as you walk in.
View when you close the door. Love my re-vamp!
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