I never thought a photo of a toilet would make me so happy. Over the long Labor Day weekend we tackled a facelift of our half bath. When I first purchased my home 6 years ago I painted the bathroom green, which I liked at the time, but now I can officially say I never want to see green paint again. So it was time to freshen things up and we decided to go with a bold navy, opting for Sherwin Williams Naval (SW 6244).
With this fresh pop of color (which I’m obsessed with), we were on a mission to find artwork that was the perfect compliment. The rosy skyline and blue hues of this Greece print, taken in Oia, Santorini by Emily Roggenburk worked beautifully. We added a small mirror from World Market, a tiny print from Minted and some accents for a nod to a nautical theme. I couldn’t be more pleased with the way it turned out.
If you want to snag your own Greece print, use code SHARINGMYSOLE on Emily Roggenburk’s site for 50% off! I really can’t say enough about her work, especially those Cleveland championship parade photos that went viral. She got the most amazing shots of the parade and has gorgeous photos of Sonomoa as well that I need to get my hands on.
Greece Print: Emily Roggenburk
Mirror: World Market
Towels: World Market
“Going for a Swim” Print: Minted
Soap dispenser: Target
Jar of matches: Anthropologie