The quality of the photos in this post didn’t transfer well when I switched to WordPress. Check out the finished room HERE in our final house tour.
The shower curtains I used for these curtains can be found HERE (affiliate link at no additional cost to you).
Remember when I showed this photo last week… and I was all excited by the progress in the master bedroom?
Well, big changes are in store for you this week after AJ and I worked our little tushes off on Sunday. Today you’ll see stage one.
Basically I’m so excited for three reasons:
1. The curtains hide the outside of the grody windows.
2. Now we aren’t showing off for the neighbors when we get out of the shower.
3. Design mags have fun big curtains like this and I’ve been in love.
Here’s how I did it!
First, I bought two shower curtains at West Elm.
Then, I laid each of them out on our island and perfectly lined up the sides.
Then I used pinking shears (to prevent fraying) to cut down the fold.
Then I took about 45 minutes to sew simply sew a straight hem. It would have taken me about 15 minutes if I could have figured out how to thread the stupid lower bobbin. I worked about 20 minutes trying to figure it out and then somehow TWO TIMES AJ saved the day and figured it out. Darn you, AJ, for being good at nearly everything.
See how easy that was? Then came the hanging part. I bought two curtain rods that would extend to at least 60 inches at Christmas Tree Shop. I intend to spray paint the rods silver.
AJ had the very fun task of hanging them.
Then, after talking to Kim, my fabulous sister, I decided to use curtain clips, instead of shower curtain rings. Kim thought it would make them look more like curtains instead of shower curtains.
Just one more shot for good measure…
What do you think? I’m already in love.
We still have a million things left to do in here but we are making great progress!