I recently made some changes in our master bathroom. For the past 10 years we have had red towels and I was ready to see a new color. I don’t have a budget for a full makeover but I knew something different hanging on the wall would be the first step.
Last year I brought home a damaged frame from a thrift store. It had no glass and the framed art print was scratched in several spots.
I started the transformation by painting the frame and print with gold spray paint.
Picture taken after first coat of spray paint
The paint dried outside for a few hours and then I brought the frame inside to complete the makeover. I had a small roll of wall paper that had never been used in my home. I’m not even sure where it came from but I always knew I would use it for something. I cut out the flowers from the paper and glued them on the plain gold background in the frame. I continued gluing flowers until the bottom portion was covered. I used the back of a pen to dot turquoise paint around the edges of the flowers.
A couple of hours later and the art was ready to hang in the bathroom.
Although I have a long way to go with the rest of the decor, I love the new art!
Next up in the bathroom – new towels and rugs!
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2 thoughts on “My Easy Bathroom Art Makeover”
I love it! So creative.
I love this! I have a huge old picture that I found at a thrift store. I’ve been thinking of painting over it too.