When it came to decorating my powder room, I was really going for a look that was a little bit zen, a little bit animal print and a little bit “stop being so ugly.”
It previously had the same horrendous linoleum floors as the kitchen and a light/fan that I can’t even refer to as a fixture because to me it was a no more than flat piece of plastic filled with dust that gave off minimal light. Not attractive, no.
So let me show you our powder room now, as I take you on a little tour. Right off the kitchen here is our back entrance. The week my son was born we built a back yard and fenced it in, but that’s another story for another day. Now, the entrance leads to our yard and the door you see straight ahead leads to our garage.
Most of the decor in this room is from my main squeeze of a store, Home Goods, including this fabulous mirror, the hand towels, paper towels and waste paper basket.
You know I love me some purple. And let me tell you something kind of funny. My mom gave me that black and white reed diffuser, but inside it is oil that I received from a friend for the holidays 6 years ago. It is the best smelling oil ever (I believe it was pomegranate vanilla and from Target, and I have never been able to find it since, but it is still going strong! How cray cray is that?!)
In keeping with the zen theme the painting above was given to me by my grandparents and works well on the Benjamin Moore Feather Gray wall.
This light fixture was a saga. And it still is not perfect. But it is a great improvement. And it is a fan/fixture in one from Home Depot and I can’t write anything more about it without getting anxiety. Oh, hay animal print. I love how the leopard is now accented with our gorgeous new floors.
And there you have it. For a 90 year old house, I’d say this powder room is not too bad at all. A little zen, a little animal print, and a little I get to be my good ol’ lazy self and not have to walk up the stairs to go potty. Win for all!