I’m in the mood for some RUFFLES, but it’s not the salty, crispy version 🙂
Before I tell you all about the ruffles, I wanted to give you a heads up on a giveaway coming up.
This “Hamilton Beach Mixer(s) Giveaway” begins this Sunday 2pm EST.
You don’t have to be a blogger to enter.
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So, back to the RUFFLES.
Our master bathroom is one of Sylvia’s favorite places to look out the window.
I can’t tell you how many times I have had to crawl into the tub to reach the blinds for her.
I’m not sure how she does it, but she manages to never knock over my glass canisters.
Sorry, back to the RUFFLES.
Now you know what I’m talking about.
It’s the “Ruffled Curtain Over the Glass Shower Door”.
Maybe I’m a little obsessed with the “Ruffled Curtains”.
After all, I already have them in our kitchen, and also in my daughter’s bedroom.
I even ordered 3 sets for my Mom after she fell in love with them.
This isn’t a sponsored post, either.
This is what our shower looked like before:
Now, it has some softness.
It also adds privacy when needed.
I used an inexpensive oil rubbed bronze curtain rod to hang them.
Then I used a tie back that I had from years ago to pull the ruffled curtains back.
I can leave them down if I like too.
That’s the way I prefer it when we have company and they want to see the house.
(By the way, that mesh garbage pal is from the dollar store.)
This is how I used them in our kitchen:
To view more details and information on the curtains, just click here: Gypsy Ruffled Curtains
To view how we made over our bathroom using what we already had,
just click here: Master Bathroom Makeover
Before I go, I thought I would share one of my recent graphics.
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