1.04.2011

if you don't have the asian antiques and green thumb, paint a mural instead

another bathroom that doesn't look like one (from world of interiors, aug. 2003)
i specifically love how the shelving holding the loofahs over the tub is integrated into bridge of the mural.  it was painted by the home's owner, j. henry kester, an american ex-pat and master trompe l'oeil artist.

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