A chic twist on a classic design, this distinctive shower curtain has a simple yet interesting look that will fit a wide array of bathroom décors. Featuring clean stripes and tassel accents along the sides, this unique shower curtain really stands out. 100% Cotton exclusive of decoration, this fabric shower curtain is completely water repellant yet soft to the touch. This dramatic shower curtain measures the standard 72-inches by 72-inches, so it will fit perfectly in most showers, and installation is as simple as putting your shower hooks through the pre-cut grommets, along with your shower curtain liner which is not included. This designer shower curtain is machine washable and easy to care for. Simply wash it in cold water on a gentle cycle and tumble dry on low when needed to keep it looking fresh for years to come.72 x 72 100% Cotton exclusive of decoration. Stripe pattern with tassel accent. Shower liner not included. Machine wash cold on a gentle cycle, tumble dry low. Coordinating items in the Tribal Chic line available
The bathroom counter is among the places in the home that gets the most use. It’s where people often perform their grooming rituals, whether that’s washing hands (for 20 seconds or more!), getting ready for the day, winding down for bed, primping for a Zoom happy hour, brushing teeth, plucking eyebrows, or applying pore strips. Because these routines are often a bit on the messier side, bathroom counters can become easily cluttered.
13 Quick and Easy Bathroom Organization Tips January means full fledge organizing mode right? Time to purge, organize, declutter and clean! I always get the urge to get my home in order after the holidays. I’m going to be working on my bathroom makeover (phase 1) this week. I have big plans for my full bathroom renovation but that won’t be for a few months so I’m going to try a few temporary techniques (like I did for our master bathroom in our last house!) for upgrading our bathroom to make it look fresh and updated without spending a bunch of money until #demoday comes! Mostly I’m repainting everything existing just until we begin the full renovation. We plan on expanding our bathroom to gain space for a bathtub and some more storage. Until then, I’ll be using these organization tips to utilize the space we have! PS. Did you catch our kids bathroom renovation and reveal? It’s one of my favorites! How to organize in 3 easy steps How to organize a small bathroom Organizing a Bathroom 15 -Minute Drawer Organizing DIY Bathroom Organizing 35 Bathroom Hacks How to Organize the Linen Closet Under the Sink Tips Small Bathroom Organization …
A brand new home means all those Pinterest board dreams can finally come to fruition. But it also oftentimes means starting from square one. One space that often shows its age is the bathroom; without a big renovation, it’s easy to tell that those standout black tiles hail from the ’80s or that the not-so-chic pink carpeting is a relic left over from the ’70s.Case in point: the 1950s home of Megann Thompson ( @gresham_houze).
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There’s a certain ahhhh-inducing escapism to a fancy hotel bathroom. Free from the everyday clutter of a familiar apartment, where hair ties dot countertops and bottles surround the sink, the first impression of this glittering space is often a sight to behold. There’s the vanity lighting! And the marble! And all those luxurious soaps!But once the vacation is through and it’s back to the rental bathroom of reality, it can be tough to let that vision go.