First, let me show you what the bathroom looked like when we moved in:
It's hard to see, but look over to the left. Someone spent a lot of money on a custom floor to ceiling curtain and valance around the shower..... in the 90's. That came down the day we closed.
Here is the bathroom now (yeah, not much has changed. I have yet to paint over the faux finish. Sorry to my parents, in-laws and Kirsten who have had to deal with this fugly bathroom.)
In a perfect world, I would actually do something similar to what was originally in our house. I love the look.. here is an example:
[ liz caan interiors ]
Awesome, right? In fact the bathroom layout look somewhat similar to ours. But let's be honest, I'd rather spend the money on nice tile for the floors than custom drapes. And we do plan to have a baby someday.. those fancy drapes seem like they'd be a headache during bath time (not to mention we give Charlotte baths in this bathroom which can get kind of messy).
Anyway... the purpose of this post is that Pinterest came to the rescue with a great idea (why didn't I think of this??)
I even own a plain white shower curtain that I can use, so all I need for this project is a little bit of fabric (and a new rod). Sweet!
Since we keep things real around here... who knows when I will get around to this. But it's nice to know I have a plan! Thanks again Pinterest for being awesome.