A chalkboard, Meaghan? What the hell? I can hear you saying this, and I'm going to need you to trust me. My parents raised my brother and I with a healthy appreciation for keeping oneself entertained in the bathroom (not like that! Intellectual entertainment!). Like I said in the master bathroom post, there ain't no shame in reading a magazine or doing a crossword puzzle in the bathroom in my house. Thusly, it only makes sense to increase the entertainment value of the area surrounding the commode...and I was specifically inspired by this post from stationer Wit & Whistle. I trust that you will go there and read it, laugh as much as I did and understand fully why I want a chalkboard next to the toilet. Can we move on now?
Above the toilet will hang a few of these rustic wood shelves. I will line them with things that amuse and delight me including vases, candles and little houses with weird things coming out of the chimney.
Two rustic wood shelves from ReclaimedTrends - $34.71 || Stripe Bottle vase from dahlhaus (in orange) - $40
Next to the sink, a hand towel in gray and white stripes. Depending on the existing hardware, it might hang on this white lacquered knob.
On the counter with the sink, something I've had a love affair with for far too long on the internet - a soap dish (I'm weird). Also, a vintage wood bowl for wrapped soaps, jewelry, treats for my guests...or chalk for my chalkboard!
Situated near the shower, this vintage egg crate, filled with fluffy white towels and possibly a few magazines...of astounding intellectual value!
And finally, as a gesture of kindness to my guests...scratch that. Finally, as a means by which my toes can wrinkle in a warm and relaxing bubble bath WHILE crafting, this!
I have this thing about white shower curtains, so I will likely buy the same shower curtain mentioned in the first bathroom post, but in lieu of brightly colored towels I'll stick to white. Perhaps I'll include a stack of bright washcloths in reds and oranges. I think it will be a fun and stimulating yet relaxing space for guests and crafters to enjoy. Now to plan all of the other rooms...