I’ve been working on a few decor projects lately and I wanted to share my bathroom with you today. Ok, ok- So the bathroom is probably the last thing you’d like to see but it turned out really cute. After living in my place for about 5 years, I looked around and said, yep, that bathroom needs an update.
Before, it had branches nailed into the shower so it looked like a tree growing out of it with a tree shower curtain and dark picture frames with leaves. I was going for a nature theme obviously. haha. I really wanted to brighten it up and make it look clean and fresh with whatever I was going to get. So, here is the finished product:
Now, let’s focus on this curtain. Earlier this year in Anthropologie, I discovered the most amazing shower curtain that I instantly thought “I have to have that.” However, like most things in there, I checked the price tag and changed my thought to “I guess I don’t have to have that as much as I thought.”
Really beautiful, right? So back to my depressed, getting no shower curtain thoughts. The longer I looked at it, the more I thought that maybe I could do this myself. So, this is how a $118 shower curtain from Anthropologie was mine for only $30 and a few hours of my time.
The shower curtain is from Target and is the Threshold brand. I got that for $24. A few months ago, I posted about making tassels with yarn but all this called for was to switch over to embroidery thread. I picked 7 different colors and got 2 of each and they were on sale so only about $.30 each. This made me 70 mini tassels. However, if you buy more and wrap more, I could get this chunky look Anthro has. Here is the tutorial on how to make a TASSEL. For these, I cut out an inch of cardboard to wrap the thread and wrapped it 15 times which gave me so many more tassels than if I had wrapped more thread.
I had made a little knot at the top of each and used that to sew onto the tassels. I cut the remaining excess thread off to clean them up and that was that.
There you have it, a $118 Anthropologie Shower Curtain for only $30. Can’t beat that and I love it!