I am loving the black and white that I have been adding and I absolutely love walking into my closet makeover and seeing my dot and dash black and white walls. Time to do a makeover in our bathroom, so I want to do something fun to the walls, or at least a feature wall. Since the closet opens off of the bathroom, I want to add some black and white and it will also coordinate with the new bedroom makeover. I think all of the stencil walls we are seeing lately are amazing and I am itching to give one a try. Here are a few that caught my eye.
I love these branches, they look so fun and so fresh.
Remember, this is the closet, dots and dashes - --
I could always do a large pattern and make it really simple with a tone on tone.
This might look a little too safe, however I am really starting to love tone on tone.
This looks really fresh too.
Driven by Decor did. This whole makeover is amazing. Now this really has my wheels turning, I could leave the walls the color they are and use a shimmer glaze or a white to create this look.
Now here is the problem. All of these look really fabulous with white or dark cabinets and mine or a medium stain. Hubby is not at all in favor of me painting the cabinets white or black. I am working on him to consider a darker stain, we will see.
Here is the bathroom. I love all the light that comes in through the huge window over the tub, it always makes it a happy space. The wall where the vanity and mirrors are is the only wall space big enough to do anything with. ( You can see in the reflection in the mirror, that there are only slivers of space on the side and back walls.) It could be a really super feature wall with the right stencil. I currently have a flat weave neutral rug that I will be replacing, maybe a Persian type. Have to decide on the stencil first.
You guys are all fantastic decorators, so give me some input. What would you do? How about if I stain the cabinets a dark shade? I'm thinking new paint, stencil, mirrors, lights, faucets, rugs and accessories.