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Tuesday, May 1, 2012

boys bath

I don't think I have ever shared photos of the bungalow bathroom finished.

 I love the stones on the floor and the neutral colour of the tiles, they are called "silk mocha".

 Here is a close up of the ones above the sink.

The vanity, 
I realise that none of the photos include the mirror for some reason.

 The shower.

 The wall was rather blank and boring,
 not that it worried the boys of course, 
but I wanted to put something up there. 
I am thinking of a sepia coloured photo of something from nature,
 but I haven't found what I am after yet.

 Inspiration hit the other day and I grabbed some sticks from the yard and some twine and 

 hung it off a nail.

It's a temporary solution but I quite like it.

 I grabbed this old chair and some towels and this unfinished oar that I picked up at a garage sale a while back, to make the room look a little more interesting.

I would like a little bench for this spot but I need to go on a trip to IKEA 
and as I don't see that happening for a while this will do!

So there it is, a very "manly" bathroom for my big boys.

For other posts on our boys bungalow project go here.

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  1. Love the stones and the clever wall decoration. You could always make your decoration seasonal by adding a dried banksia flower or dried herbs like lavender or rosemary. Just a dash of 'girly' for you :).

  2. Lovely! Bathroom looks great.
    Greetings from Australia♥

  3. Hi again,
    I should have typed greetings from sunny queensland ;)
    Been visiting so many American blogs... I sometimes forget to change my greeting when visiting the Aussie ones :)

  4. North Coast, NSW... Is that far from the Gold Coast, Qld?

  5. Fantastic work Deanne, love the bathroom and the finishing touches.

  6. Yet another of your fabulous ideas. Who would have thought a few sticks tied together could look so good.

  7. That looks great! I love the simplicity and natural elements! I hope you will share this (and any other rooms) at my new "May House Par-tay" at! I also would love for you to enter "Pin It and Win It Wednesday" where you can win free ad space on my blog!


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