But before we get to that, I want to thank you for checking in on my week FIVE (!) progress of the One Room Challenge. In case you're not familiar, it's the internet sensation (if you like this sort of thing) where bloggers make over a room from start to (hopefully) finish in 6 weeks posting their progress every week either on Wednesday or Thursday. The entire concept for this event was dreamed up by Linda and you'll find links to all participants here and here.
Now, on to my bathroom situation. If you follow me on Instagram then you already know I got cold feet where my wallpaper was concerned.
Because although that damask pattern is pretty, it's also super traditional, kind of gigantic, and somewhat formal. So I did what any insecure, self-doubting decorator would do. I put it in front of my Instagram followers to decide.
Yes, the damask had a formidable opponent in this latecomer. I mean who doesn't love a good bamboo treillage wallpaper? I certainly do and apparently my Instagram followers do because they voted for the treillage paper over the damask.
And after all of that input and indecision, I followed my heart and took a leap of faith with my original choice.
iPhone 4S photos cannot accurately capture the magnificence of this paper. And I also have to say that in this world of seamless glass and showers and understated finishes, my heart will always belong to pretty color combinations and interesting pattern mixes.
In other bathroom news, I hinted last week that I was considering painting the wainscoting blue, yet I decided to keep it crisp and go with white. But now I think I want to paint my boring door black. What do you think?
So I'll see you back here next Thursday. If you absolutely cannot wait to see more bathroom tidbits or you just want to show some love and devotion, I suggest you follow me on Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook. I can't wait to show you my finished bathroom!
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