One room in this house, and our previous house, that has been neglected is our guest bathroom. We have been using the same decor that I have had since my freshman year of college. Don't get me wrong, I still loved it, but it was time for something fresh. As Chris would say, "It's time to get more mature stuff." Okay, boss-man, more mature stuff it is.
My first order of business was finding a shower curtain that was longer than 72". In my search I found that is the standard size, but that was not going to cut it. It made our poor shower look like it was wearing high-waters! So, off to the curtain section I went.
I was going for a more clean look by incorporating in lots of whites. My main goal was to not have to repaint, since I hate painting. I wanted to use the paint color the previous homeowners had chosen and just go with that, since I didn't hate it.
One thing lead to another and I managed to pull together a fresh look for our bathroom at just under $150!
Kensie Tulip Curtains - here
Threshold White Curtain - here
Wooden Box - similar here
Towels, rug, soap dispenser are all from HomeGoods.
DIY Moss "T" here
Metal art from Hobby Lobby