THE ART OF BATH­ROOM ART

It’s where you be­gin and end your day and do some of your best think­ing. So why waste all your good art­work on the rest of the house?

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Then the art­work isn’t some generic print or­dered from a ubiq­ui­tous store, but some­thing unique that will re­mind you of a great va­ca­tion every time you see it.

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An over­size black-and-white pho­to­graph never goes out of style and matches any style bath­room.

3. Frame it cor­rectly or lose it. To pro­tect it from hu­mid­ity and bac­te­ria, have the print or photo framed in a “mu­seum mount”, which is acid free, and with nonglar­ing glass. Even with that ar­mour, pa­per kept in a warm, steamy room won’t last for­ever, so plan to re­place it every five to 10 years.

4. Or scrap the photo. If all this seems like too much work, go for a stretched can­vas print, which will last just as long with­out fram­ing. Or maybe just get a wood sculp­ture.

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