Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Sprucing-up The Powder Room

I wanted to brighten-up our tiny little powder room at the lake cabin.  It is tucked underneath the stairs, and the lighting was horrible.  We decided to make a mosaic mirror from all the broken MacKenzie-Childs pieces we have saved over the years.  I love this lighted mirror because it makes everyone look so pretty!  We also added a tiny little backsplash for our pedestal sink with MacKenzie-Childs tiles.

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We have some pieces left over, and we will be making another mirror for our Birmingham powder room soon.  I might even post a tutorial now that we know what we are doing  ;P

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Linking to a bowl full of lemon's One Project at a Time.



Until next time...

Blessings!
Ricki Jill

25 comments:

  1. oooooo, I love this,, very nice,,

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  2. So beautiful and creative...I absolutely LOVE this!

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  3. That came out so cool. You are so crafty I am jealous.

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  4. Molto carino e originale il tuo specchio di mosaico,baci,Rosetta

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  5. I love the transformation Ricki! It turned out so homey. I also love the tiles behind the faucet. Everything is alive because of the colors.

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  6. Very pretty, you've inspired me to create something with all my broken bits of Quimper pottery.

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  7. VERY cool RJ! I'm in awe of your amazing talent! Lovely powder room.
    xoxo,
    Kim

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  8. Very creative and one of a kind! You certainly live up to your name: Art at Home. You are so talented!

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  9. Such a cute powder room Ricki Jill! Of course you have to save the MacKenzie Childs dishes, they're too precious. You have to see their current outdoor furniture! Absolutely to die for!
    -Marie

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  10. Hoe creative. I love it!! Happy Tuesday, big hugs!

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  11. giggle hoe...I meant how, guess my fingers aren't catching up to my brain yet this morning, LOL!

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  12. This is amazing...where do u get all u'r broken pieces?
    You did a fantastic job on this little bath.

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  13. Ricki this is so pretty!!! Everything you do screams "FUN" and i love the colour blue of your walls!!!

    Pamela xo

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  14. That is so cool...it's pretty, it's clever, it's eco friendly...I love it!

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  15. So cute Ricki~ I love your creative mirror project! A perfect pop of color and whimsy for your bathroom! Hugs, Courtney

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  16. I LOVE IT.... I adore the blue!!
    Love, Lorraine

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  17. This is wonderful. Great idea to save the broken pieces. I love MC...so colorful!

    XO,
    Jane

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  18. Very creative . I love it!!!

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  19. How unique and creative! Aw, but why do you have so many pieces of broken MacKenzie Childs pottery?! Pretty powder room!

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  20. You have broken MacKenzie Childs pieces?? I think it would kill me if I broke any of that pottery. You know what I love about the mirror is that it's not just flat pieces--that you have handles and other interesting shapes. So unique and beautiful.
    Carole (Stapes)

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  21. It's beautiful! I would LOVE a tutorial! I like to copy artistic people! heehee! ♥

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