THAT shower curtain.
I think this project is a great example of what you can do on a budget. Everything here came either from Ikea, Home Depot or Olympia Tile. The entire project was around $3K in supplies. Not bad for a full gut reno, if you ask me. The largest expenses were the floor tile ($4.05/sqft), the wall tile ($2.30/sqft) and vanity. The tub was something like $150.
What I am in love with here is our use of tile. Taking the floor tile and bringing it up the vanity wall to the ceiling really made a huge difference. It only involved a few extra hours of work (and a few extra weeks of cajoling). We were so lucky that none of the tiles needed to be cut, they fit perfectly as if meant to be there.
If we were staying vs. putting the house on the market I would have put up the art I already have for this room, but alas, that is not happening. The shower curtain would also be a project that would make me happy, but would take me away from other things and not add resale value.
The wicker baskets under the vanity are meant to hold extra bits and pieces. I really love how they warm up the room. All that white and gray needed something to give it life and these worked perfectly.
It took me forever to find the "right" vanity light. I wanted it in budget, not stock at Home Depot and to work with the overall aesthetic of the bathroom. I think I really lucked out with this fixture. It was something like $80, free to ship, from HomeDepot.ca (not available in stores), AND most importantly it works here.
Unfortunately, I do not have any before pictures of this bathroom, but it looked very similar to our en suite, HERE.