|Besides being the obvious eyesore, these doors are|
|The shower doors are a mildew, bacterial nightmare, |
and my ultimate goal is to rid the premises of them.
|Ahh, 80's walpaper. At least the colors are|
soothing...Definitely coming down.
|I have special "plans" for this area, just behind the door|
|Okay, my biggest peeve about the bathroom's current state is the wall paper and paint peeling over the shower. |
Not a pleasant sight. There will need to be some serious attention paid to this spot in particular.
|I do all my own stunts. ;)|
The shower curtain I got on Amazon and no, we haven't removed the old glass doors yet. I think we will wait for Grandpa Sam to help with that. But it is still nice to have the added privacy of the shower curtain.
Okay, so here is the part that I am most excited about. ORGANIZATION!! Yea! Now we have no reason to have the counter space taken up with hair products, styling utensils or toothbrushes. Each of us has our own basket. I got the baskets at Michaels several months ago when they were 50% off. Unfortunately, they only had three, so I am still scouring different Michael's stores in search of one more. I used shower curtain hooks shoved through the wicker in the back of the baskets to hang onto two 30inch towel rods. I did have to get the rods online at Amazon because I couldn't find 30" rods locally.
The vanity knobs came out perfect! I love the way they update the oak. The trash can and soap dispenser were clearance items at Target. I spend a lot of time searching for items before I ever attack a project. I never want to pay full price!
Here are a couple more pictures of revamped items. Switchplate covers are extremely easy to paint. The towel rods came out like new, and I added a couple of robe hooks from Wal-mart so that guests could hang their clothes on them.
Well, I can say that I have successfully rid the house of wall paper... unless you count the basement...which I don't. ;) Now, onto my next project...