This cute little vintage shelf was something I picked up a couple months ago at a tag sale.
It was $10, and I couldn't pass it up since I had been searching for something for the water closet in our master bath.
I love all the cutouts on the sides. It's been nice to finally (after 3 years!) have all the necessary essentials within reach.
I purchased most of the accessories at TJ Maxx. This wooden bowl hides some of my goods.
The Ralph Lauren toothbrush holder became a semi private hiding place for the other womanly necessities. ;)
This weathered picture frame was on clearance there, and I especially liked the seashell print...and then I saw the very predominant 5x7 screaming in the middle of the art. Boo.
I liked it anyway, and had an idea of how to fix it.
I went through my stash of unbleached linen and cut a small piece of it to cover the "frame size".
The original plan was to tea stain a piece of textured paper, but in the end, I just used it as is.
I printed off a small tag with an Anthropologie-ish look and glued both to the shell paper.
It now looks like a high end custom piece of art! Total cost, not including the linen and paper which I already had on hand, was around $4.
The finishing touch to my shelf was a vintage silver bowl with some white coral. It just needed something with a bit of sparkle to round it all out.
I also glued a small shell over the nail head. Much cuter than what you'd see otherwise!
I hope you're having a great Tuesday- don't forget to enter my giveaway for the Hawaiian bag and $25 Pottery Barn gift card!
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