Friday, June 26, 2009

Bath Project

The bathroom off of the our bedroom is a mish-mash of construction styles and partially torn up walls and floor. It's part of the remodeling of QC that we did when we first moved in. Eventually we will tear most of it out, relocate plumbing and electrical but it isn't in the budget right now.

I'm not impatient for this to happen. However, I got to looking around recently and decided that for very little money a few changes could be made to help the room to be a little more friendly.

Have you ever had the experience of having a plastic shower curtain be sucked up against your wet naked body while you are trying to shower in a hotel? It can bring back the horror of the stabbing scene in "Pyscho". Then someone invented these wonderful CURVED shower curtain rods!

I LOVE them. So I replaced the original straight bar that was in our bathroom with this satin chrome curved bar. I also hung a new clear plastic shower curtain to give a more open feeling while in the shower.

Then to complete the mini-make over, I installed a new shower head with multiple
water sprays.

I have more ideas to alter this room for next to no money. I just need to find a few things at garage sales this weekend.


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Melissa said...

It's looking good.

How are you?