The shower curtain is made from leftover fabric I already had that was used as the topper for the familyroom drapes. There is a second rod layered behind with a regular shower curtain. Both go to the ceiling which creates the illusion of more space and adds a little drama too.
A favorite painting in an onate frame adds some unexpected glam. (It is actually a print and has non-glare glass over it which gives it the look of an oil. The glass will protect it from any moisture.)
Remember the builder grade medecine cabinet, I gave you a tutorial on how to remove it and patch the wall here. I had already replaced the slab mirror with this one a couple of years ago, but it did need a facelift, the gold antique finish dressed it up for now.
Glamour shot with the overhead light turned off. I love the shimmer of the gold.
From a jungle theme to - - -
this. So, what do you think, how did I do?
The finishing touch when the new faucet arrived.
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