We remodeled our bathroom. I was eager to have my husband hang these cube shelves, which he did without much fuss. That was over 6 months ago.
There they hang - empty - mocking me every time I get out of the shower. They say, "if only you weren't such a procrastinator we could be serving an actual purpose here - we could be displaying a pretty picture frame, a cool clock, or a sculptural piece preferably in white". I have great ideas and motivation in the beginning of a project, but my energy fades and the finishing touches rarely get done.
Seriously, I'm not that far gone. I'm not hearing these cubes talk to me, but enough already. I need help! Any suggestions?
I think I may also reach out and Ask Design Mom for some guidance.
- all three are almost 4" deep
- tall shelf 5x11
- small square 7x7
- large square 8x8
This is similar to the color of the bathroom accent tile and wall color. The mirror, medicine cabinet, light fixtures, and towel bars are in a polished nickel finish. I am using comfy, fluffy white towels.
Check out an update on our guest room below.
Guest Room Conversion Update: Week 1
- Obviously, clear out the room. Everything from computer pieces to bike parts. I am told all these various parts will eventually turn into a bicycle. I made a little progress clearing things out but still have some work to do.
Order window coverings.I ordered 3 of these from Target. Order bedding.I ordered this organic duvet and pillows for the bed. I also order this blanket. I have a thing for pillows: I ordered this one in the sandlewood, this one in the khaki, this one in the ivory, and this organic one. Told you I had a thing for pillows. Can you tell I am going for a natural/neutral look with this room. Order lamps.I decided to re-purpose lamps from another room so no need to order new ones.
- Install window treatments.
- Buy comforter for duvet cover.
- Buy mattress
- Come up with something for the walls.
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Guest Room Conversion