I quickly made two new seahorses similar to the one I shared in my last post
The beige/sand colour door trim was not something I liked at all. I prefer a nice clean white for trims.
The window had the same sandy colour painted around it, as did the ceiling moulding around the ceiling tiles. On the slant of the window wall, which is just over the toilet, there was a plastic rose vine that I removed along with the wallpaper border. (Photo taken this past winter)
I just painted the toilet paper holder white and stuck in back in the hole I cut out from the beadboard.
The framed rose prints are off my printer, from The Graphics Fairy
Here’s the finished end wall, with the window and a much prettier view:
Of course I also had to add beadboard behind the sink. I caulked the corner, where the two sheets meet, after taking this photo.
I still need to add a moulding along the slanted wall, between the wallpaper and the pink wall. (This was taken before I added both the horizontal trim across the top of the beadboard and the baseboard)
We used wide baseboards to correspond with the look of the home. (We have original large baseboards on the main floor of the house.) This is the side wall between the sink and toilet, with the beadboard, baseboards and flooring all completed.
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