This has been a long time coming. I have been toiling away and very slowly but surely getting all of the bathroom projects finished and I finally have something to share.
Let’s have a look at what my bathroom used to look like.
Removing the wall paper border wasn’t as difficult as I expected.
And now… drum roll, please!
The curtains I made myself – and the hanging apparatus idea I stole from Funky Junk Interiors (scroll to the bottom of her post for her version). (I’ll try to get a better picture this evening, if I remember.)
The lovely new tile.
The warm paint color, new vanity and vanity mirror. (Notice the light above the mirror. I got T to lower it within days of the initial installation. I couldn’t handle it all the way up at the ceiling.) I know the cabinet lock is so stylish. Just keeping it real.
I labored over this shower curtain. It’s one of a kind, handmade with love – and it only cost me $5 in clearance kitchen towels and a handful of scrap fabrics. (Thanks again to my mom for helping with the button holes. My sewing machine was trying to eat the fabric.)
New artwork, new towel rods and new clearance hand towels.
The view is no longer the best thing about my bathroom… though it’s not too shabby either.
My dad hasn’t had a chance to make me the shelving unit I want for above our toilet yet. I’ll leave that wall blank in the meantime, but do have goodies to put on it already (I’ll take the clock and sign off of the vanity at that time, as well).
Our bathroom now has been infused with a bit of personality and we love it.