Calming Master Bath

Yvonne Candis
by Yvonne Candis
2 Materials
From a purple bathroom I needed a retreat that reminded me of the Bahamas.
I painted the bathroom the same as the bedroom.
I kept cost down by spray painting the lighting backboard to match the light switches. I took 1 x 4 x 8 pine and had Home Depot cut it to the measurements of the glass mirror. Then glued it directly to the mirror.
I bought dried eucalyptus branches and other dried flowers. I added other decorator items bought from various stores.
I bought two shower curtains. I cut one to make a curtain for an oversized window over the tub and added the excess to make the shower curtain stretch from the floor to the ceiling. I added coastal wall décor from Big Lots. Covered a plank with chalk board on which to write messages.
I ordered an enlarged wall photo (20 x 30) to put on the wall over the tub. Then took macramé cord, anchored it on O hooks and put a stained plank inside for a shelf to hold soaps and shells and put two candle holders at each end. So this provides tranquil baths.
This was the back of the tub. The towel holder was already there. I chose to keep it silver to go with the metal wall hanging sculpture that was given to me as a gift.
This is the master bedroom. I painted it, added lamps from, added other accessories.
Suggested materials:
  • Behr Marquis Paint   (Home Depot)
  • Headboard   (Coastal Furniture)
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