On Friday night and Saturday afternoon my Mother and I went to the Junk sister's show. This was our 2nd year going, it's really fun. I picked up several things at the show, I will be sharing in upcoming posts. The one I am sharing with you today is the very old window I picked up at the show for 22 dollars.
The window gives the bathroom the perfect touch of shabby in this very chic room!
When I bought the window it was just a plain old window. I add the vinyl white chandelier. I bought the vinyl chandelier almost a year ago on Etsy I had been debating where to put it, I wanted it to be perfect since they cannot be moved once they are stuck on. What's great about sticking it on this window is I can always move the window. If I had put it on a wall and I ever repainted that wall I wouldn't be able to keep it. I also added this valance to make it seem even more like a real window. I'm debating on adding some lace curtains on the sides I am not sure if I am going to or not yet.
I always wished this bathroom had a window in this exact place, I feel this gives it the feel of a window, the nice part is though no one can see in my bathroom. Plus the vinyl chandelier gives it the luxury look I love. Also since this is not a real window the vinyl chandelier gives you something nice to look at. I think this is a great idea for a room without a window or a basement too. I don't have a basement but if I did I would defiantly be doing more of these.
I love my girly bathroom.
I love this Janae! The window was so chippy and interesting looking and now you have made it adorable! I love how the chandelier on the glass makes it stand away from the wall and look more "real". Now I wish I had done this with the one I have! You are so creative.ReplyDelete
Sei stata molto brava ad arredare il tuo bagno!Così romantico e rilassante!E' bellissimo!RosettaReplyDelete
Great idea! Our main bathroom in our home (which is an older farm house), is almost in the center of the home, and therefor no windows, which I have always hated! We'll be doing some remodeling, of sorts, in there soon....new gray floor tiles, and paint. We already put wainscotting in there, painted white of course, and I have a frilly white ruffled lace & netting shower curtain too :) I really do like this faux window treatment!ReplyDelete
Looking forward to seeing the other fab things you found, and how you have incorporated them into your beautiful home :)
Warmest hugs, Brenda
Your home is really beautiful, I love every inch of it. I would love to have you show it at my "Your Cozy Home Party" tonight at 8 pm (Mon.) The party ends Thurs. at 10 pm EST. Please come if you can. I know others would enjoy seeing your gorgeous decorating.----- ShannonReplyDelete
I love your old window with the chandy added! It looks great in your shabby chic bathroom. Perfect!ReplyDelete
what a great idea i love it xxxReplyDelete
Love the window. Your bathroom is beautiful. Mom should be proud of you.ReplyDelete
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very sweet idea!!ReplyDelete
Love the window with the ruffled valance!!ReplyDelete
I love it all! The window is perfect for your girly bath!I'm a new follower! I love your blog!ReplyDelete
Love everything especially the window with the valance. I'm following you on Linky followers won't you follow me? :-)ReplyDelete
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Found you with the Linky Hop am your new Linky follower, hope you can visit my blog and join me.ReplyDelete
I LOVE your chandelier window.ReplyDelete
Icame over from the Linky Follower Party Hop. I am following you and hope you will come over and do the same.
Just had to become a follower here too after I stopped at your mom's blog. Just this month I introduced my daughter to the hunting treasure life, and I love having her along.ReplyDelete
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what a great idea and a lovely window!!ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh this reminds me of my guest bathroom. I have a frame on the mirror and a vinyl chandy above the toilet. Go to my tab on House Tour Gallery and look for the guest bathroom to check it out. We have the same ideas.ReplyDelete
It looks amazing - great idea!ReplyDelete
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Very cute use of the window! Found you through the Linky Follower blog hop... I'm your newest follower. Come on by for a visit...ReplyDelete
I am now following you on Linky.I would love it if you followed me back. I really enjoy meeting new Bloggers.ReplyDelete
i have a old pink window with a white vinyl window in my bath, too! yours is fabulous!!ReplyDelete
Love the window! Just stopping by from the Linky Party Hop. I hope you will visit www.laughterandgrace.com and follow back.ReplyDelete
Following you via LF blog hop. Hope to see you at Take Six. :)ReplyDelete
Very pretty bath - so feminine! Found you via the Linky hop and have become your newest follower. Looking forward to reading your future posts. Hope you have a chance to visit and perhpas follow me back.ReplyDelete
What a cute idea! I found you on the blog hop, I'm your newest LF follower- would love it if you followed me too!ReplyDelete
Perfect addition to your gorgeous bath! Found you on the blog hop, followed you on Linky and GFC!ReplyDelete
Great project...so cute! I'm a new follower from the Linky Follower Blog Hop. I'd love it if you would visit my blog at intheoldroad.blogspot.com.ReplyDelete
wow!! $22 you got a find!! You must be happy overtime you look at your bathroom!ReplyDelete
I am your newest follower..pls follow back if you can.
I'm a follower from the Linky Follower Blog hop! I hope you'll follow me back!ReplyDelete
Stopping by from the Linky Follower Party Hop!ReplyDelete
New follower from LF Party Hop. Would love if you could stop by my page at http://grandmasamazingjourney.blogspot.comReplyDelete
The window is the perfect shabby chic touch, especially with the vinyl chandy-I'm your newest follower-stop by for a visit!ReplyDelete
Consider mercury glass (paint) which I just wrote about on our blog. An idea, at least. Love what youve done so far.ReplyDelete
I actually came to your site from the FOLLOWERS LINKY blog hop, and ** I am following you. ** Will you follow me back? Thank you so much when you do.
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Have a happy day! Hope to seeing you around!
I love the frames on the mirrors. Too great!!ReplyDelete
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Glad I found you on the Linky hop...I'm following with GFC and LF. I would love if you stopped by and followed back, so we can stay connected. LoriReplyDelete
I love that look, I just pulled an old door out of a dumpster with 4 window sections...all intact. :)ReplyDelete
Found you through the new linky followers blog hop. I'm so happy to be your newest follower, it would be great if you follow me back. :)
And, on Friday I'll be hosting a "What does your blog want to be when it grows up" blog hop with a few of my blog buddies ... have you thought of your blog's hopes and dreams?
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LOVE,LOVE,LOVE your page !! i did something like this in my bathroom,i put a mirror in a frame and then put a bigger frame on next and it looked great !!!,,im happy i found you on Pinterest, and i LOVE ruffles toooooooooo,.. christyReplyDelete
This is brilliant, Janae! It’s a graceful shabby chic transformation! How come you’re so good at it? :D Did you add the lace you were talking about? It would be better if you pass over that notion. On another note, you do have a real bathroom window, don’t you? It would probably look as gorgeous with the same design as that! -->TisaReplyDelete
How did you get the window it hold it's place!? And what did you put behind it!? I absolutely love this idea! I have a small bathroom with no windows I would love to do this in!ReplyDelete