My son and husband really enjoy building things with Lego - so I decided to redecorate our bathroom in Lego for them as a Christmas surprise.
The LEGO website had some embroidered bath towels at clearance prices, so I bought one for each family member. I found a set of twin sheets on ebay - the flat sheets will become the shower curtain, and the pillow cases will become the cafe-curtains for the window. We have a small shelving unit with baskets for our personal items, and I will make liners for those with the leftover sheet fabric. I will probably take a strip and put it on the end of a solid colored hand towel. I am using some yard-sale find blocks to build a box for our tissue box to go in, and if I can figure out the logistics, may also do the same for a toothbrush holder.
To make the shower curtain, I will take the flat sheet and spread it out over the top of my existing shower curtain to check the size. If it is too long, I will keep the "cuff" of the sheet as the bottom hem, and cut off at the top, folding it over 3 times to form a new hem. If it is too narrow, I can take fabric from the fitted sheet and sew it vertically to make a wider panel. I will mark button holes in the new top hem to line up with my existing curtain and then put the rings through the holes. I am hot gluing bricks to the outside of plain clear plastic rings.
I will post photos when we get it all together (and the bathroom is clean!)
By Regina from Rochester, NY