I've loved my white waffle weave shower curtain for the good past five years or so that I've owned it.
Last week, all of a sudden, I was convinced it was horrid and boring and needed replacing...NOW. The truth is, I shrunk it in my dryer some months (probably a year) ago and it bugs me that my shower is wearing Capri's.
Not a great look.
Using what was lying around and finally acting on some creative thoughts that have been zinging around my brain the last year or so I came up with something new.
Something to replace my (as of two weeks ago) perfectly fine white waffle weave shower curtain.
A canvas cascade of ruffles shower curtain:
I left the edges unfinished. I'm digging the french rustic look:
Disclaimer: I'll probably change my mind faster than you can say "Your Capri-length white waffle weave shower curtain was fine".
One problem. One HUGE problem. Next to my rustic french ruffle shower curtain the bathroom walls and ceiling now look like they were smeared in two week old baby poo:
And although I'd say that there is no better room in the house than a mudroom bathroom to have the color of baby poo smeared on the walls, I'm getting the painting twitchies.
Some of my fave's:
Behr's Sage Tint:
RH's Atmosphere Blue. I like how it pairs with a lighter beige in this picture:
Opinions on paint colors anyone? Because the baby poo smeared walls NEED. TO. GO.
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