So now you have it.... the cabinet on the wall and the leaning shelves plans are from http://www.knock-offwood.com/ Thank you Ana White for your design!
ceiling is from Me! :)
Mark helped me with the ladder shelves and we had fun building it together! You need four hands when putting this shelf together!
Ana's plan for the Leaning shelves at knock-offwood.com - we did have to revise the plan a little like take off one of the shelves it interfered with the light. plus I used 1x 4,s 6's 8's and 10's instead of plywood! and I used 1x3's instead of 1 X4's
Check out the pretty floor while you are at it! I layed stick on slate looking tiles.... Mark put down concrete backer board and I thought about putting down ceramic tile.... but it is an old house and this is on the second floor it is quite sturdy but I didn't want to worry about the tiles popping loose!!
To get the distressed look on the shelves, I did it MY way I painted the shelves a teal color, then sanded with my sander to distress it a bit, then took a brush and dabbed some brown paint on and wiped it with a damp cloth to give it an antique look.... I sealed the shelves with polyacrylic....
And here is the other shelf from Ana's plans... I added some decorative woodwork on the sides of it!
Ana's plan on knock-offwood.com for the wall bookshelves
So check out the tile while you are at it.... I did the tiling... Mark put the backer board up and I tiled... learned how to do that on HGTV a few years back.... HGTV is scary it makes you think you can do anything!!
THEN I decided to tie the new shower curtain into the shabby chic design I was going for in the bathroom and I sewed 3 ruffles of teal and brown material onto the shower curtain.....
With nothing further to say....
You have just seen the big reveal on the bathroom
...... taaaaaaaaa daaaaaaaaa!