Every Room is Important
It’s nice to be able to see a full length view of one’sself sometimes.
The mirror frame was made of molded plastic with a sort of pale floral pattern that drove me a bit crazy. This week I painted it and stuck it on the back of the bathroom door. It had been leaning against the bathroom wall looking sickly for months, years, maybe, until I couldn’t stand it for one more second.
This change necessitated a mini bathroom redo. Every room is important and this one we visit many times in the course of a day.
It’s a big improvement over the previous sloppy, fake-sky drape.
Elements here have grown out of the aqua tile.
This tile compelled me to make this Mayan Jaguar painting. I needed to recontextualize the 50s aqua tile/pink sink feel.
A space that has a touch of fantasy can be transporting, like taking a flash vacation.
That pretty much describes my interior design aesthetic. Creating a little fantasy spaces that make me feel a bit like I fell through the rabbit hole.
I like to be surrounded by fun visuals. Big donuts, dolls, lights, color, beautiful things from nature — flowers, sticks, leaves, seashells, starfish, a little rock n roll.