Our bathroom has undergone a bit of a makeover this fall. Fourth grade is the year to learn all about your state--queue a library book pile full of all things New York + postcards + fun facts + wanting to go on more field trips than are humanly possible. Plus, also, maps. Big, cool maps that should be hung somewhere.
Much like the Nature Museum conundrum, I couldn't think of a wall I wanted to give up to a giant state map. Then I remembered that the bathroom is the perfect place for learning new things (captive audience and all). Thus, we have a New York bathroom. (Crazy, but true.)
A NY shower curtain. (Who even knew such a thing might exist?)
The main wall with a map, a giant postcard, the New York State Flag.
(Views from the Statue of Liberty and Niagara Falls and the Hudson Valley. And the six presidents (missing photos of 2) who hail from our fine state: Martin Van Buren, Millard Fillmore, Chester A. Arthur, Grover Cleveland, Teddy Roosevelt and Franklin Roosevelt.)
A vintage map.
And my favorite--the marquee letters. (Found with a huge clearance price. That is a "u" turned upside-down for an "n." Funny, but it works. ;)
Quite honestly, the idea of a state-themed bathroom cracks me up. It is definitely interesting. ;)
Here's to learning about all things home state.