Thursday, August 30, 2007

New Bathroom Art


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I am changing the main bathroom again. The tub, etc will stay the same until I can figure out how to twitch my nose like Elizabeth Montgomery on Bewitched and change those too.

The new colors are sepia and deep wine. I have white walls so changing the theme is easy peesy.

I gathered some cabinet card photos and some thrifty rose painted plates and pitchers I already have to put on the shelf.

For Christmas I was given some new towels of the wine color with a matching rug by my dear friend. ( she knows every girl needs a pretend wedding shower after being married almost 17 years when the original wedding gift towels have seen much better days). I have been saving them for the right moment. Today felt like the right moment to allow the towels to actually start being used.


The finishing touch to the bathroom is my altered art. This is the first one. The lace trim around the edge was sent to me by Betty at She's Sew Pretty. Thanks Betty!!! I will make more to hang in the NEW bathroom.

I'll make sure you are the first to hear when I have conquered the

"Bewitched Twitch"!

6 comments:

Joy for the Journey said...

Hi, Amy! Thanks so much for your sweet comment on my blog! It really made my day (and WHAT a day I've had!) Your blog is one of my favorites; you are absolutely a thousand times more creative than I am :)
Have a great weekend-
Sarah :)

IsabellaCloset said...

Amy, This is just GORGEOUS!! WoW you are good. This will look so lovely in your bathroom redo.. What great colors wine & sepia..Hope you add photos for us to see when it's all done. Take care ~Mary~ :-}

Blondie ~ Vintage Primitives said...

How very original, lovely to behold and satisfying! Now as soon as you are finished there, wiggle your nose at mine. I am really in sad shape!
thank you for inspiring me again.
blondie

Mrs.Kwitty said...

Love your artwork--and a sepia and wine bathroom sounds so elegant and luxurious! When you get that "twitch" mastered you'll have to do a tutorial, I think we could all use one of those, lol!
Smiles, Karen

Sweet Remembrance said...

Love the colors of your bathroom redo...it sounds so glam!

She'sSewPretty said...

Amy,
Thats so pretty! I wish I could see your bathroom. It sounds so pretty.