The room (and most of the downstairs) was already painted yellow, so I decided to stick with it.
I knew I wanted something more interesting than just a picture above the toilet since there is very little in this room, so I went to Lowe's and found some shelves. I used a lot of the same principles of balance and layering as I did when I decorated my mantel.
Of course there needs to be extra toilet paper, and before I officially decorated this room I had some in a basket on the floor beside the toilet.
My original idea for the top shelf was to use an empty window frame to anchor the vignette, but had a difficult time finding one that fit my vision. How do you find those, anyway? Instead I found this pretty mirror at Homegoods. At $25, it was more than I had wanted to pay, but I had been scouring the town for a window frame with no luck and was just ready to finish the decorations.
I found the wreath at a thrift store, and it originally had a few white seashells on it. They were easy to cut off!
I know the mirror is not centered, but I think the total vignette is balanced since the wreath is so much wider than the vase. It was an intentional decision.
That other thing on the sink is a candle. I probably should have lit it for the picture; I'm not too great at this staging stuff. You all get to see what my house always looks like!
This is what you see when you open the door. I bought those pictures right after we moved in for this space.
I didn't take a picture, but the only things sitting beside the toilet are a nice toilet brush and some air freshener.