A sneak peek into flamingo heaven a.k.a. My bathroom.

My flamingo-inspired bathroom.

My flamingo-inspired bathroom.

 

Behind the door....another "artwork" actually some 1960s Liberty fabric stretched on a frame, and a gorgeous floral painted tin hook on the back of the door.

Behind the door….another “artwork” actually some 1960s Liberty fabric stretched on a frame, and a gorgeous floral painted tin hook on the back of the door.

The first room in the new house to be semi-complete is my bathroom. I have a love of flamingos, they are so beautiful and pink!

Rather than choose a bright girly pink in this room, I went for accessories in more of a coral -slash-flamingo pink. Coral towels, a curtain with coral and earthy tones, and some postcards and artworks of flamingos. I intend to paint a much larger flamingo artwork for above the bath which will also get reflected in the mirror on the wall, but that won’t be possible until the studio has been unpacked, hopefully this weekend!

More of the bathroom- this shows how everything gets reflected in the large mirror, makes the rom look twice as big!

More of the bathroom.

 

This shows how the mirror reflects everything making the room look twice as large. (It needs to, this is the worlds smallest and most inconvenient and badly designed bathroom!)

This shows how the mirror reflects everything making the room look twice as large. (It needs to, this is the worlds smallest and most inconvenient and badly designed bathroom!)

I also re painted a cardboard waste paper bin for this room using some coral coloured acrylic paint and gold spray paint, trying to achieve a sort of marbled patterned effect. I am quite pleased with how it turned out.

The painted waste paper bin

The painted waste paper bin

And the floral tin wall hook, which came from one of my all-time favourite shops Typo here is a close up:

Floral wall hook from Typo

Floral wall hook from Typo

About Aixie

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