2.27.2012

Master Bath Saga... Shower Curtain Hook DIY

So like I said in my post last week of the before pictures of our master bath, this re-style has to be done cheaply. As in almost free if possible! When I started to think of a color scheme I thought of everything I already owned that could be re-purposed. That included a white shower curtain and the hooks I had on the existing curtain.

I wanted to add some of my personality to the room and I thought what better way to makeover the hooks than by covering them with fabric. Since they were already round it mimics the look of a fabric covered button quite well. Best of all this part was free... I used fabric from my stash and my trusty glue gun.

The process was super easy and probably only took about 30 min. to complete...

Supplies Needed: Shower Curtain Hooks, Fabric, Hot Glue Gun and Glue, Chalk or Something to Mark With, (Optional: Yarn, Fabric Glue)


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1. Trace the front of the hook, be generous so that there is enough fabric to wrap completely around.


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2. Glue and adhere fabric to the hook.

3. For an added effect cut and glue yarn to the front in an X shape to mimic the look of a sewed on button.





4. Admire the ease of the project and the change in your bathroom!




I opted out of the yarn on the button look because the white was just too washed out against the white shower curtain and I didn't have any other yarn that complemented my color choices. I love this little extra that this simple DIY adds. Tomorrow I'll be back with another installment of how it's all starting to take shape!


2 comments:

  1. Very cute! And highly inspirational! I've got so many spaces in our house that need to be revamped, I need all the diy instructional help I can get! ;)

    Can't wait to see pics of the whole room when you're done!

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