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Bathroom Decor

In our bathroom we have this horible pinkish peachish tub from the 50s. It really isn't bad and it is a good tub, just sticks out like a sore thumb. My thought was if we got bathroom decor that coordinated in any way with the tub, it might actually look nice. Here is what we did...
We went ELEPHANTS! I fell in love with them and they make me think The Crazy Elephant.

We went for the matching curtain rings too.

And, of course, Jayne had to get in on the pics.
The bathroom still needs a complete remodel, especially the floors, but now it feels just a little bit better.

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