Why NOT moss on the bathroom floor?

As I mentioned a few days ago, I decided to paint the bathroom floor. It’s not so crazy, I painted the kitchen floor and it came out great. I decided moss would be good in the bathroom-after all, its a damp kinda place and wouldn’t moss feel nice and soft underfoot when your step out of the shower naked?

leaky shower, ugly floor

leaky shower, ugly floor

And let’s face it-it couldn’t be much worse.

Base coat

Base coat

And so I did. I started with cleaning it really well, then painted it dark green with some porch paint I had on hand. Then I remembered seeing one of those sponges people wash their cars with somewhere-perfect for painting moss. I hunted the sponge down, tore it into hand size pieces (Oh, that was your sponge? Sorry, I’ll get you a new one.)

Stolen sponge, starting floor

Stolen sponge, starting floor

I mixed four tints and shades of yellow green, took my sponge in hand and made little moss mounds. If you’re so crazy you want to paint your floor with moss, email me and I’ll tell you how. If you are not that crazy, c’mon you’ve got to admit, it looks pretty mossy.  🙂 (See below)

The moss floor

The moss floor

If I didn’t live with room mates (whose sponges I steal) I would remake the whole place to look like the movie Avatar-maybe a hammock, lots of bright green, purple and gold-yeah.

But I do live  with others and they won’t let me paint the house exterior to blend in with the woods nor get a van and paint Picasso’s “Guernica all” over it.

Party poopers. 🙂

My email:

Picasso’s “Guernica” (an anti-war protest would look great on a van, don’t you think?)



About Je' Czaja aka Granny Savage

Je' is a writer, artist, and stand up philosopher. She founded and directed two non-profit organizations for disadvantaged children and their families, served as a missionary for three years, is the author of several books and teaches art. Twitter: @jeczaja FB: Amazon Author page:


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