It’s a bit small, the lighting is challenging, and photographing the high contrast white and blue is something I haven’t yet mastered. My favorite part about this bathroom is the board and batten wainscoting. I found this pretty blue pot the other day at a local Seattle store called City People’s Mercantile. They are blue sea life printed on vintage book pages. With beach, nautical and coastal styles, it’s easy to end up with a space looking like Captain Jack’s sea shanty. It’s kind of petrified and rustic, and only half a shell actually, which makes it so interesting to me.
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