I lived with this look for a few years. Then I decided I needed a little color on the walls. So, since I have developed a love of abstract art, I purchased these paintings at Target.
After looking at these paintings for about a month, I decided that maybe this was too much color and pattern. The pattern was a little overwhelming for the space, especially with the paintings hanging at both ends of the vanity. I had been thinking about painting over the artwork and creating my own art. So, I finally did my first artwork Sunday evening. I used existing interior paint that I already had. I painted over the artwork with a base coat of Sherwin Williams Latte. I then mixed Sherwin Williams Coconut Husk with glaze and applied this to the canvas with a rag. I repeated this step with Sherwin Williams Loche (green). The final step was to create the circles by using the opening of empty glass jars in two different sizes. I used Rustoleum Paprika for the red circles and SW Coconut Husk for the brown circles. Voila!
My artwork is a lot more calmer and tamer. I still have the circles, but they are smaller and not as intense as the previous look. And more importantly, I don't get vertigo when I walk into my bathroom!
The great thing about abstract art is that anybody can do it. Abstract art doesn't require you to have the ability to draw. Buy a canvas, pick colors you like, and go for it!