Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Bathroom Rehab: Lace and Jacquard Shower Curtains

My shower is now elegantly attired. :) It wears a black lace shower curtain...

topped by a black jacquard valance and curtain.

It took some searching to find the right curtains, but I am very pleased with the final result! :D

22 comments:

  1. Oh, this is soooo pretty! I love how you added the valance and curtains, it adds so much more gothy-ness!

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  2. This looks amazing! I almost wish I didn't have a wet room with a glass enclosure now :)

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    1. Thank you! Glass allows for lots of squeegee fun. :)

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  3. Wow that looks v. Posh and amazing.

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  4. That looks awesome and I bet it pairs so nicely with your white items. Classy. :)

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    1. Thank you! I think the room is starting to achieve an attractive balance of black and white.

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  5. lace shower curtains? but they get wet! :O

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    1. That's an excellent point. Lace by itself would make a lousy shower curtain indeed! But behind the lace hangs a liner which blocks the water.

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  6. Hey,
    I just want to start my flat makeover and your blog is huge inspiration! Thanks for that!

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    1. Thank you! I'm glad to hear it! :)

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  7. Goth achieved! Looks great Bane!

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  8. How does the lace and valance work in the bathroom? They look awesome, but won't the lace get wet and the valance damp?

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    1. There is a waterproof liner behind the lace. Damp is rarely a problem here because the climate is so dry. Plus I shower with the bathroom door open, so the moisture escapes. It's very welcome in the winter because it helps humidify the house ever so slightly.

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