I loved the style of the cabinets but I didn't want anyone to be able to actually see through them to the underside of the sink. So I got some of my fat quarters and cut a couple of pieces of bright green fabric with white circles. The white doesn't show much and that's okay because it's the green that I want.
|See what I mean about the white? Just enough to diffuse the green a bit.|
It worked pretty well I think.
|Not too bad looking I think.|
But I did make something to fill in the space between the upper cabinets and the ceiling. It's hollow so I'll be able to hide the wiring for the lights inside it.
|Hard to see the pattern but its wallpapered as well.|
|I'm pretty pleased with how it looks.|
|Ignore the hole in the floor. That'll be patched as soon as I'm done with the wiring.|
|More of the pale green flannel fabric for the towels.|
|I'll probably put a tiny shelf or maybe just put a tissue box on the back of the toilet.|
|I'll have to fix the wallpaper after I get everything completely glued together.|
|Here's a hint of how things will look after the floor is in. Not too bad huh?|
|You can just see the wires where I'm running them from the porch light and the light just inside the front door.|
|Trim around the door and transom window as well.|
|It's not terribly sturdy but once the weight of the second floor is on it it'll be better.|
Talk to all of you later!