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Jennifer —  July 20, 2012 — Leave a comment

I am almost finished with my total bathroom renovation.  I have a 3-4 more posts on a few minor upgrades/ decor and then I will reveal the bathroom in all its glory!  Today I want to share a small little update that I added just last week.  You can see here that one side of the bathroom has this large blank wall.

Of course, I filled it with stripes and kept the existing towel rod there.  The trick is not placing something too bulky so it doesn’t hinder the path to the shower.  I was thinking some type of picture but I just couldn’t find anything I liked.  I came across this fun magazine holder for $14.00 at TJ Max.  I liked it because its versitle.  If I find the picture I like eventually I have not wasted any money.  I can use this in an office, maybe as book storage by a bed…the options are endless.

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It was the perfect size and the color matched the charcoal metal that I spray painted my light fixture.

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I have told you before that I have a ton of magazines due to about $10 of $5 subscriptions a few years ago when the economy was at a low.  Yes, I am still getting some of them and my house is scattered with them.  I will say they are a colorful decoration.  So, I decided to put a few in the bathroom.  You never know when someone might want to read one :)  I also love to read while I take a bath.   So, I hung up the magazine rack:

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Seperated our magazines into “His Magazines” and “Her Magazines” and voila…got some functional color in the bathroom:

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I hope all of you have a great weekend.   Does anyone have any big plans?

Thanks so much for reading!

Jennifer

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