I've been so close to finishing my bathroom for months, but I just can't get there.
My issue? This wall:
Oh, the wall. The wall that drives me crazy.
This area is a bit of a challenge for me. It's in our home's only main floor bathroom, which is quite small. (Like my master bedroom -- noticing a trend?) The walls are full except for this one space, which looks like a gaping hole in the decor by comparison.
I'd like to hang something above the toilet while still breaking up the solid line of similarly-sized structures that wrap around the room's two main walls, as you can see below (the problem area above the toilet that I'm referring to is on the right-hand side of the photo):
(By the way, who builds a house with the bathroom window looking out over the front porch?)
Because of this series of big rectangles, I'm trying to avoid any rectangular print, or groups of prints that form that approximate shape. I think it would look much too similar and I'd prefer a bit more contrast and variation.
Finally, to top off the room's challenges, I can't even put anything cute on top of the toilet to break up the space. The top of our tank is already spoken for:
So I'm trying to get creative! Here's a couple of ideas that have come to mind:
I like that these small Wallflowers by Umbra fill the space without being heavy.
Or maybe a collection of small frames in an interesting arrangement? Again, I like that they're small so they don't mimic the proportions of the mirror, window, and built-in nook.
Perhaps I am overthinking things (again) and a single non-rectangular print would look nice in the space:
I'm determined to figure this one out without losing too much sleep. What do you think?