Once I began rooting around the house for black and white, I couldn't stop.
I showed you what I did to the kitchen nooks and I love it.
I started looking around the house for other places where I could change things up and add some black.
The blue and white powder room seemed like a good spot.
The first order of business was a new valance for over the tub. The thrift store had a couple of yards of black, menswear double knit fabric.
If I tire of this, the fabric would be perfect for a pair of bell bottoms.
Once that was in place, I could decorate the shelves and the walls.
I found the sconce a few weeks ago. It is pure 70s. I updated it with chalk paint. The back of the sconce got a layer of chalkboard paint.
It's perfect for a Halloween message.
I've had the paper mache wall brackets forever. Can you believe they were only $1.99 each? They are oldies but cuties.
The hand towel is Pottery Barn.
I was so excited about the change and I couldn't wait to decorate the little shelf but wasn't working at first. I papered the back with Dollar Tree "contact" paper.
Now the black accents stand out a little better.
A few of my favorite Halloween ornaments are on display for just a touch of rusty orange.The owl was a thrifty find last summer during Junkpaloosa 2014.
He looks so much better after a hit of black spray paint.
It's decorated for the holiday with sweet touches but it isn't too cutesy.
Rebekah did the scratch art in Jr. High.
There you have it - our Halloween Bathroom.
I hope you are having a great day.