Monday, January 14, 2013

Main/Guest Bathroom Curtain.

I finally got around to sharing our {winter-ish} living/dining room curtains, and now it's time to show you guys the window dressing we made for our main/guest bathroom.  I absolutely love the geometric pattern on this fabric, and I especially love how it plays well with the thick stripes painted on the walls.

Momma dukes and I made this one the same way we created the curtain for the kitchen window.

I really think it adds a little something that was lacking in this space.  I tried searching for a picture of the window straight on, but I couldn't find anything.  I'm assuming it was because the picture would have been ridiculously boring, so I decided to spare you guys.  Here is the best "before" of the window that I could find...


And as I warned you in my previous curtain post, these pictures aren't the greatest.  I just can't take a picture of a window on a sunny day...the brightness, the colors are off, it's just a mess.  But work with me people!





I'm a huge fan of how this turned out!  And we even added a few more little touches to this space over the holidays {I'll share soon}, so this bathroom is finally starting to feel "finished"...after only a year HA!

26 comments:

  1. Love it. You have fantastic taste in fabric. I should hire you. And by hire, I mean sending you positive fabric searching thoughts. ;)

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  2. That fabric is awesome!!! It looks great!
    -Katie

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  3. Count me as another Ashley in favour of a tutorial! It looks great!

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    1. Two Ashleys wanting a tutorial?!?! Then I'll definitely have to get one together! ;) Thank you!!

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  4. It looks fabulous!! Love that fabric!

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  5. They look great! I think you should start selling these..

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  6. Love! They are so pretty and perfect in that space. Love the sweet little bows!

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  7. Wow, they look amazing!! Tutorial, please!! I love the bows too, such a nice touch! :)

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    1. I'll have to put one together! Thanks so much, Whitney!

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  8. Ooooh I'm obsessed with that pattern! It looks fantastic!!!

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  9. I love that fabric!!! Great job, those look awesome!

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  10. Very good work. I really like the fabric choice.

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