Everyone Poops

Charlotte@Living Well on the Cheap  —  January 8, 2014 — 3 Comments

For a long time the wall next to the medicine cabinet in our downstairs bath looked like this.

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But then I got tired of it and took it all down. The wall remained blank until recently when I got to adorn it with some things I got for Christmas!

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The print says Everyone Poops and I have been coveting it since this summer. My sister got it for me for Christmas and I was thrilled! I popped it into a $15 frame from Target. You can get your own poop-friendly print here.

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The silver-plated sconces were a gift from Nick’s mom, Alden, who received them as a gift from her mother shortly before she died several years ago. Alden always loved them but never could find the perfect spot for them in her house so she passed them onto me. I think they’re just lovely in here! They’re very special to Alden and so I plan to take good care of them.

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I love the combination of traditional and cheeky.

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Here’s an older picture of the rest of the room (no sconce in this picture). The color on the walls is the same one that I’m using in the kitchen. Three coats down in there, hopefully just one more to go! I love that it’s light and bright and creates a nice layered look next to white.

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Do y’all think it looks weird that there is a sconce on the left side of the print and nothing on the right? I wonder whether I should hang something else there to balance it out or leave it as is.

Charlotte@Living Well on the Cheap


3 responses to Everyone Poops

  1. I don’t know diddly-squat about this type of thing, but what if you “sconced“ the picture instead of the medicine cabinet? The left sconce looks a little crowded in that corner. I’m a big fan of the “rule of 3” thing (arrange in 3s) and so you would have the 2 sconces and the print in an arrangement.

    No matter what you do, your bathroom is just so cute. I have a boxy house from 1978 without any unique touches or charm. Love to see what you do with your house!

  2. I thought exactly the same thing. Place sconces on either side of the picture. You could put something else by the mirror.i love the way they look. So glad that you can enjoy them!

  3. Charlotte@Living Well on the Cheap January 9, 2014 at 6:56 am

    I think y’all are both right! I’m going to try moving the other sconce to the right and see if that helps! Thanks!

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