Just like the corridors, the toilets are often forgotten in the decoration. Why is that when it seems (according to the Word Toilet Organisation) that we spend 2,500 times a year there! It’s well worth trying to make it a nice place, isn’t it? I’ll tell you what I did at home 🙂
I came home from work one evening and my husband had suddenly decided (“like a p…”, I might have said, as the colloquial expression was particularly appropriate) to rip off the grey wallpaper. I could have said, as the colloquial expression was particularly appropriate to the situation) to rip off the grey wallpaper. According to the Feng Shui analysis of the house, it’s true that Metal (white, grey, silver, gold…) should have been avoided in this Earth zone. It’s just that I hadn’t necessarily decided to go for it right away 🙂
To nourish this area located in the South West, yellow or orange was needed. Touches of FIRE are also welcome (red, purple, fuchsia). When you put it like that, it sounds a bit scary but don’t panic, you can find what you need in the colour wheel.
After several years in slate grey, we wanted to give this space some pep, we wanted it to put us in a good mood! So we chose a yellow, a dapper yellow that doesn’t pretend!
For the decoration, we have chosen the theme of travel: pictures representing destinations, a compass ceiling light, a New York flap… The newspaper stand only offers travel agency magazines. And we stuck a bunch of postcards on the back of the door (it may seem a bit cluttered but they all have a story and, for us, carry a beautiful energy).
In the airlock, the little room with the hand wash basin that leads to the toilets, we put the map of the world and pinned up pictures of us in each country we visited. There is so much space left, we will have to do something about it!