Curtains Revisited

Here I am! Wow. Between cleaning up the apartment after a bunch of boys visited, soaking up the sunshine, and catching up on sleep whenever possible, I haven’t had much time for anything else. Now I’m getting ready for my sister’s visit in a few weeks. At the top of my to-do list is replacing the shower curtain in the guest bathroom. Again. I’m embarrassed to admit it. I stupidly thought I could trust the cats to leave the shower curtain alone while our last round of guests were in town, and this is what happened:

The whole shower curtain looks like that. I think they hoisted each other up to thoroughly puncture every inch. Perhaps they took turns dangling from the towel rack. I know, I’m single-handedly ruining the environment with my shower curtain purchases. Let this be a lesson to those of you with kitties – buy cotton curtains!

So I found a few new curtains and thought I’d take this opportunity to style the room a bit more. I like this curtain from Echo:

And this Chloe Floral Organic Shower Curtain from PB Teen is pretty in pink or blue:

And of course, my favorite, the Stripe Shower Curtain from West Elm:

Dave says the stripe curtain is “too Parisian.” I reminded him that our current curtain is a photograph of Paris. Regardless of which one we decide on, I will keep the rest of the bathroom clean and simple with white linens and accessories. With all the money I’m spending on shower curtains, I should have just bought that great Thomas Paul curtain.

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2 thoughts on “Curtains Revisited

  1. I like the olives, actually. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Also, if you feel bad about tossing Paris out the window, you can send it to us and we’ll happily use it!

    We don’t have high expectations for what Paris looks like; it’s an old grimy city and the texture could reflect the character of its people. ๐Ÿ™‚

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