our master bath:
before you get all judgy i want you to know that i have every intention of changing the light fixtures in time.
and the keep calm poster pumps me up about as much as a pap smear.
ok..so here is a shot of the weirdness of many walls and angles:
necklaces and things.
intend to get some cute hooks, instead of ghetto nails.
2 days after we moved into this house a huge oak tree fell on it and crushed the roof.
this is the damage remnants of a lazy contractor.
and paint job done by a douchebag (me).
worst light fixture ever?
more weird slopes and angles.
this black part actually sits about 4 feet below the actual ceiling:
about these paint finishes:
you see i got the wrong finish when i went to complete the paint job and have had to live with it's amateurishness.
i am thinking bamboo.
ridiculous amount of toiletries.
the cabinet finish is much lighter than this in person.
and i can't for the life of me figure out why there is an extra freestanding sink in here.
it's foreign to me.
i did not post 872730482 pics of my bathroom so i could get a bunch of jacked up comments like;
"you need to tear out all of those walls and open up the space"
"that shit is so ugly my eyes are bleeding"
i am a renter.
i have a husband who can't see spending 11 dollars on a sconce for a space that doesn't technically even belong to us.
or the 66 dollars i spent on paint for this space.
(which as you and i both know is RIDICULOUSLY cheap)
but i intend to do the best i can to change the shit that's ugly into something that is pretty without spending a lot of money. as in next to nothing.
if any of you have any idea where i can get cheap and interesting light fixtures please let me know.