After we finished painting the bathroom we realized that there was a gaping hole left in our renovation, well, technically two.
The teeny tiny windows in the master bathroom are at the height that turn getting into the shower a bit of a peep show.
Cafe curtains, while cute, would look too vintage, I wanted modern looking window treatments to counterbalance the tile.
I considered getting sliding curtain panels from Ikea, but they would have been too big and I considered making my own panels, but I didn't want cloth panels. I realized that I could get my desired look by etching the windows but was hesitant to etch the window considering I would be stuck with the design I chose.
Luckily for me I struck gold at Target last week. As I was walking down the seasonal aisle these polyurethane place mats caught my eye.
With a frosted background & bold pattern I knew I had to try these out.
I measured our windows and cut the mats to size.
I slapped on some double sided tape (just in case I want to change them in a month).
And stuck them to the windows. And the finished product? I couldn't be happier.
The total project cost just $3.96 plus tax and I plan to keep my eye out for any new styles of polyurethane place mats Target offers so I can change the look. But for now I am absolutely LOVING the look of the bold pattern mixed with the subway tile.
What's the easiest DIY you've ever done?