For those of you who were holding out for the galloping horses shower curtain, I am sorry to say that it remains for sale on target.com.
For those of you who liked the bargain shower curtain, I am sorry to say that it has been returned to the store it came from. It is back at home, nestled amongst the other bargain treasures. I decided I liked it more for its bargain status than for...well...the way it actually looked. It was a bit fancy, and I am just not even a bit fancy.
The new shower curtain is one solid color. My family teases me that while growing up, I wanted everything "plain". I liked plain birthday cakes with plain ice cream. Well, I guess I have retained my preference for plain.
The main thing still missing is the mirror. I am still deciding what I want.
My Dad came over and helped me install these cute corner shelves. I wasn't sure what to put on them, and then I got a fabulous suggestion from our friend Annie who is currently working in Germany with her husband Walt.
I went to college with her sister Sarah, and we have remained great friends ever since. Sarah and Annie (and Molly!) have some of the coolest parents around. Steve and Kathy are so fun and welcoming and let our whole group of friends crash their house many times during the last 10+ years. They also let us take their suburban on a road trip from Arkansas to California to Mexico and back during our senior year Spring Break '99.
What were they thinking? :-)
Anyway, Annie suggested that I hit up Kathy for some of her beautiful pottery that she makes on her very own pottery wheel out in their shop behind their house. She thought it would look great on those little corner shelves. What a wonderful idea since I already HAVE some of her mom's beautiful pottery in my house!
I was so excited when I discovered that this pot had the exact color of the shower curtain in it!
Thanks, Kathy, for (inadvertently) helping me decorate my new bathroom!
A Question For You: Is it weird to put a family picture in the bathroom?