DIY Bathroom Shelf

Bathroom Shelf, DIY project by Wisconsin artist Elizabeth G Fagan,, Lake Michigans Left Coast, Milwaukee, Ozaukee County, Wisconsin, home decor, rustic, farmhouse
DIY Bathroom Shelf, Elizabeth G Fagan,

DIY Bathroom Shelf
Artist and DIY-er Elizabeth G Fagan used a pair of decorative brackets, “found” lumber, and a driftwood branch to make a Boho Beach bathroom shelf.

“I’ve had the brackets for years,” says Fagan. She found the lumber shelf “somewhere” and picked up the driftwood on the Lake Michigan beach near her home. “I painted layers of colors, then distressed them with a sander.” She used the same technique on the window frame.

Fagan often uses Sherwin-Williams colors in her artwork. “Using defined hues makes it much easier for interior designers and homeowners to identify, match, and coordinate the tones to any décor,” she reports.

The driftwood rod is Sherwin-Williams DTM in Majestic Purple (SW6545). The window is distressed Sherwin-Williams Emerald Urethane in Snowbound (SW7004). The wall behind is Sherwin-Williams Emerald Matte in Gauzy White (SW6035).

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Elizabeth G Fagan, Lake Michigans Left Coast,
Elizabeth G Fagan

About the Artist
Elizabeth G Fagan is an artist, photographer, and writer. A former Chicagoan, Fagan resides in southeastern Wisconsin. She calls her place in the world Lake Michigan’s Left Coast.

Fagan describes her art as “Eclectic 21st-Century.” Her work can be printed in a variety of media: prints, canvases, wood panels, calendars, greeting cards, and more. Artwork dimensions given in inches.

Art, content, photography,, Lake Michigan’s Left Coast © 2015–2020 Elizabeth G Fagan
Unauthorized use is prohibited


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