Chelsea, who blogs at Two Twenty One, recently finished a fun bath refresh that has us inspired to fill this oft-overlooked room with inspired details and pops of color. We chatted with her to find out more about the inspiration for this colorful and totally fresh bathroom update.
Can you tell us why you chose the PB shower curtain?
The shower curtain was the missing link in this room. Since I knew the curtain would be the focal point, I wanted to make sure I got something I loved. After searching for months I was about to give up hope. When I stumbled on the PB shower curtain I knew it was the one. I love the color and geometric print– it packs a punch without being overly busy.
What was your inspiration for the bathroom’s look?
Since our guest bathroom is rather small and doesn’t have any natural light, I wanted to give it a bright and fresh look. And because it’s the main bathroom for guests to use, I wanted it to have some personal touches that reflect my husband and me.
We love the art. Can you tell us more about it?
The art on the small shelf was a print I created (available for free on my blog). It’s my tongue-and-cheek reference to Outkast’s “So Fresh, So Clean.” I love hip hop, and I have a silly sense of humor so it made sense to add a little lyrical humor to our guest bath. The Indiana print, by Poppy & Pinecone, was a first wedding anniversary gift from my husband. Both of us were born, raised, and currently live in Indiana, so the print has context and sentimental value.
What’s one easy way to add some pizazz to a bathroom space?
Other than color, I’d say something sentimental. I think every room in a house should have something in it that reflects the people who live there.
What are your favorite things about your bathroom refresh?
I love everything about the refresh, but my favorite thing is that I was able to change the entire look of the room without doing anything major or spending a ton of money.
Make sure to read more about Chelsea’s decorating and life on her blog, Two Twenty One.