So, I thought I’d couple these two together since they really do go together! 🙂
This room ended up with an odd shape – which is also difficult to paint, decorate and photograph. There really wasn’t a plan for a master bath as bathrooms per sé in the original time frame that the house was built, but in remodeling it became necessary to add such a room.
Once past the bed, the room extends off to the right. At the end of this space is the main door to enter the bedroom. There is room for a nice little dressing table/vanity with the cutest little perfume bottles and hair brush and comb and a cute little lamp and vanity stool.
This room is one more of the rooms that has carpeting and I love the way it looks here too.This room is probably one of the more detailed rooms. The night stand has fresh cut flowers and a box of kleenex that sit on a cute little doily. There is a satiny duvet covering the black satin sheets as well as the dust ruffle.THe dresser back in the corner has a homemade lamp – which I am working on a tutorial for you to make – and a rose in a vase.On the dresser we have a cut little cactus, a bible and assorted fun stuff. The picture frame has a photo of “The Kid”.
The window treatment is similar to the others, with a valance covered with fabric the matches the duvet, with black curtains over an off-white sheers.
Accompanying the bedroom is the master bath. Doing this room was challenging, primarily using the real miniature tile. I ended up having to cut heavy card stock into the dimensions needed and then glued it. I then maneuvered the piece into place in the bathroom and adhered to the walls with mastic. I actually laid the floor tile into mastic, attempting to keep them lined up. Would you believe that they don’t make miniature tile spacers?! Then it was time to grout.Like I said, this was challenging. But from a little ways off, it looks great. Ha!Lots of fun little details in the bathroom too! I’ve included a little stool so that the kids can reach the sink and brush their teeth; until they need to use it, there is a box of kleenex and a hair dryer. A cup on the sink holds tiny toothbrushes and on the other side of the sink is a convenient waste basket. The shower curtain is a silky fabric that drapes so nicely and has shower rod with rings. Inside the shower, we have the knob and hand sprayer, soap on the soap dish, and a long handled shower brush. Right outside the shower, we have a shelf with all the hair and shower bottles.Oh, the shower basin is actually a soap dish with the base removed, so its all ceramic. Things are finished off with a nice little rug on the floor, a plunger and scale.
Okay, we’re closing in on the remaining rooms which should go quickly. I hope you keeping up with the reveal!
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