When the next big holiday party arrives, we can count on DIY bathrooms

BY LEE MANSFIELD New York City’s most famous landmarks are being retrofitted with flower wall decor to keep them fresh for the holidays.

A new “holiday” version of the famed bathhouse at Pier 57 in New York has been set up on a patio near the iconic Grand Central Terminal in Times Square, a popular spot for people to relax in mid-December.

The new, larger bathroom, which is equipped with shower and sink, has been designed by artist, artist-turned-artist Daniel Schafer, who specializes in custom bath decor.

The bathroom is filled with an assortment of floral wall decorations, including a red rose with a red flower motif and a lavender-pink, white-and-green, and blue-and white floral wall decoration, according to a photo posted to the Wall Street Journal’s Facebook page.

It’s the third such design in the city’s history, and the second in Times Street, which has a history of attracting artists, said Eric Stieglitz, the citywide public works director.

The city has also commissioned a “flower wall” version for the city park, a public space that is not covered with any decorations and is open year-round. “

It is a unique piece of art and I think it will be a really fun part of the festivities for the holiday season.”

The city has also commissioned a “flower wall” version for the city park, a public space that is not covered with any decorations and is open year-round.

It’s also designed by an artist, whose work can be seen on a nearby wall.