Sometimes the smallest thing in a room become the biggest things.
This is my little master bathroom. It was quite the sight when I first moved in.
The pedestal sink was a fluke. I was only borrowing it until I could afford my own sink. Guess what… it stayed. I fell in love, what can I say.
See that floor? Still love it to this day. It was my first attempt at cutting a pattern into tiles. Took me about 2 years to complete, but I did it. The tile pattern was a small thing that made a BIG difference to me.
The ladder landed here from day one and just stayed. I’ve attempted to change things around and try it elsewhere, but missed it.
When you know a piece works well in a room for all the right reasons, it’s BIG.
And then there’s the little necessities holder. Which is just a crate with a vintage license plate screwed onto it.
I actually hadn’t blogged about it before. I don’t even remember taking a picture of it before done like this. I mean, it was just a small thing.
But for fun, I showed it on Facebook over the weekend. Know what happened?
Facebook blew up! I don’t think ANY of my projects have ever received over 200 likes yet not to mention 23 shares.
Here’s to little crates holding toilet paper in a big way! Now go make one yourself. It’ll take you about 30 seconds.
More slightly bent projects can be found above.
What little project went big on you?