Looking for unique bathroom design ideas? How about toilet seat art? Do not knock it until you see it.
You get a sneak peak of Scum of the Earth Church’s exclusive art in Potty Mouth Tours’ latest bathroom tour video, and now we will share a close up look of each toilet seat art.
Below are the 17 different toilet seat art pieces designed and created by 14 different female artists from the church:
Open Wide – Inside the smaller stall, this toilet seat art is almost like looking in a mirror when you open the stall door.
By: Naomi Haverland, the bathroom’s designer
Beauty is Fleeting – Collage with magazine cutouts and Jesus at the center.
The Amazing – Mona Lisa with a mustache.
By: Roxanne Haverland
Mama Mia – Makes me want to raise my hands and shout, “Yippee!”. Or, “Mama Mia!”
By: Roxanne Haverland
Color Me Decoupage – A rainbow of colored papers glued abstractly.
Above and Below By: Leighanne Butcher
Show and Tell – Baby bottle nipples filled with random items.
By: Maria Gonzales
Some are filled with Cheerios, some have sand or rocks, some dried grass, and….?
An 80′s Night Out – A collection of tools needed to get ready for a night out – in the 80′s.
By: Jennifer Twitty
Tickle Your Tummy – Whether you get butterflies from the color purple, spring, or looking in the mirror, does this art tickle your tummy?
By: Catie Hinkle
Golden Memories -Trips to the beach, old photos for an album, or childhood toys – these are golden memories.
By: Amanda Kopp
Your Picture Here – Illustrating the meaning of John 3:16
By: Sarah Booth
Heritage and Prayers – Patchwork, headdress, and prayers. This seat sews together symbolism.
By: Kimberly Hyde
A Dear’s Song – Fabric stitched together to create a scene of a deer by a stream – depicting the verse below.
By: Connie Hong
Psalm 42 - A psalm of the descendants of Korah
Scum Crochet – Hand crochet with flowers and “Scum” for Scum of the Earth Church.
By: Kay Olsen
W”holy” Broken – Smashed up and reassembled to depict the Virgin Mary.
By: Katina Lowe
Pop Catholic – Portrays the conflict between traditional Catholicism and current “pop” culture.
By: Leanor Till
Potty Time – This creative and funky design is a show stopper.
By: Naomi Haverland
Well, this is the last of the 17 toilet seat art pieces hanging in the women’s bathroom at Scum of the Earth Church. I hope you enjoyed this close-up tour and that they inspired some bathroom design ideas for you.
Which toilet seat is your favorite bathroom wall art?
Bring It: Your feedback and comments are welcome in the Comments section. Honesty is appreciated, haters are not.
Heads Up: Happening this month
- Potty Time at SCUM of the Earth Church Virtual Bathroom Tour
- Second Saturday Shout Out: Painter, Designer, Humorist Naomi Haverland
- How To Tile Your Bathroom, Penny Lovers – Part 1 of 3
- Behind the Scenes of Potty Time Bathroom Tour Video
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