We have a black and gold guest bathroom. I mean, who installs a black toilet? It’s tacky and terrible, and for the past year and a half, I’ve avoided spending too much time in there, but we have family coming in town for Thanksgiving, so it’s time to do something about it, since gutting it isn’t an option, I was forced to accept the shiny gold and black, and you know what? I’m actually starting to like it.
Who knew a black and gold bathroom could look so good?When I started thinking about what I wanted to do in there, I knew I wanted some sort of Disney inspired decor. I love the look of scribble art, and Matt suggested we create the Disney parks icons (or as Walt Disney used to call them, weenies) as scribble art — the Castle, Tree of Life, and Epcot’s Spaceship Earth.
At first, I tried cutting out the silhouette with an Exacto knife and making the scribbles by hand, but they didn’t look right, so I just created them in Photoshop, and printed it out on cardstock.I then bought several gold framed prints from the thrift store for $3.50 a piece. one of the glass panes trying to take the picture apart, and I ended up taping the Epcot scribble art in the frame with wasabi tape. Voilà! Art.We’d like to give you these printables for free. Fill out your name and email, and we’ll email them right over to you! We can’t wait to see how you use the scribble art in your home, and be sure to tag us on Instagram with the hashtag #yohodisneydecor.