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How to Update the Shower in Minutes

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Here's an easy update for your shower. I suggest this same idea to sellers when they have a bathroom that needs a bit of an update. This suggestion costs under $20.00 and takes less than 20 minutes. Curious now?
  • how to update the shower in minutes
Here's a shower glass door typical of many bathrooms across the bathroom. Guests and/or potential home buyers don't want to know your personal care habits.
  • how to update the shower in minutes
It's never a good look with a glass shower door unless it is a model home or new construction. Here's the simple change I made to our bath/shower combo.
  • how to update the shower in minutes
Look at the difference a shower curtain makes to the space. It added much needed texture to a bathroom with lots of tile. There are few projects around the house that take a few minutes AND make a noticeable difference to a space.
  • how to update the shower in minutes
A side perk of the cloth shower curtain is it can store a Christmas tree that forgot to be stored away. What do you think? Here's a before and after shot with a different shower curtain. I love the grey curtain so much more!

To see more: https://notatrophywife.com/2017/04/shower-update/

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  • Wilbert Walker
    Wilbert Walker San Jose, CA
    on Apr 22, 2017

    Wow....Its super easy and cheap as well. Thanks

  • O.shag
    O.shag
    on Apr 23, 2017

    OK, it works if you have company over for a few hours( unless they're the nosy sort.) But if I'm looking at a house to buy I am going to look in the shower. Also the closets, laundry room, garage, basement,etc.

  • J FITZGERALD
    J FITZGERALD San Diego, CA
    on Apr 24, 2017

    In total agreement with you, if you are having guests, etc., curtain looks much better than having your personal stuff on full display, when I expect guest, I put everything away in the tub and shower and to surprise nosy guests, I will do something fun, like a small vase of fresh flowers on the shower shelf, a sponge bob standing in the tub or a few rubber duckies , anything unexpected will do.

  • Brenda  S.
    Brenda S. North Brunswick, NJ
    on Apr 24, 2017

    Looks great!!

  • Not a Trophy Wife
    Not a Trophy Wife
    on May 22, 2017

    Thanks Brenda!

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