while worker man was out of town one week, i decided that i was going to tackle our bathroom.
it's small and i had not done anything to it since we got married. he had painted it a tan-ish color. the shower curtain was a couple of shades of tan-ish [yes, that's the official name :)]. and it was just pretty blah.
so, i decided it needed a revamp.
i saw this tutorial by Jenny at Pearl Street Interiors and I knew that it would work well in the bathroom. so, i found some fabric at ikea and again, enlisted my dad's help.
sidenote: he claims i'm high maintenance. when worker man is out of town and i spend the night with my parents, i always bring a project. and he claims i'm high maintenance. mostly because all the projects i bring are the ones that he does and i stand around and take pictures and provide moral support. but [warning: sappy] i love it - i'm always so grateful for those nights.
and here's the result...
i painted the walls a light blue [can't remember the name].
i found the rug at home goods.
sidenote: i was looking for the rug one night with my sister and i showed her what i wanted. she rubbed it and proceeded to yell out "ohhhhh....it's like phalanges!!!". and people starting staring. it was ackward. i can always thank her for those moments.
i decided to order a 95" white, waffle shower curtain from target.
[a taller shower curtain makes the room seem a little bigger - which is much needed in the tiny bathroom].
here's an upclose of the pelmet box.
worker man was suprised and liked it.
[he did not like my paint job - considering he's going to have to paint the third coat because his wife is impatient and has a.d.d].
i'm pretty happy with it :)