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I shoved all my favorite things that didn't go anywhere else into this 3'x7' Italian Renaissance Bordello a la Turkey half bath.
Main colors are silver, gold, and blues with touches deep red and deep green. Woodwork is painted silver.
Original to the room were the cream floor tiles, toilet and sink. The rest I added. Except for the tiles artwork, the cost for the room (using an electrician and wallpaper installer) was under $1000.
The wallpaper is silver faux flat finish. The drapes on the one window is a see-through underdrape with tiny gold stars. The main drape is navy floor-length velvet with tiebacks. The drape over the velvet is see-through silver swirls with silver fringe I sewed on the edge. I made the canopy with tassels.
The top edge of the room uses detailed silver molding that I ordered from a picture frame shop and glued gold fringe to. Behind the fringe I had my electrician install rope lighting all the way around the room (but blackened out with electrical tape behind the canopy). The ceiling is wall papered in midnight blue with tiny stars.
The framed tile art is a reproduction of 15th century tiles in a Turkish museum hand made for me. The tiles over the toilet are from Italy.