The bathroom features a built-in tub/shower combo and Dora Kuhn fixtures. The mirror is a vintage Lundby piece from Vintage Lundby with a replacement insert made from Darice plastic mirror sheet. I've added a Chrysnbon trash can and soap dish. The new faucet is from ELF Miniatures.
The magazine rack was made from a kit by Kari Bloom. Unfortunately, she no longer sells these. This is why we stash. It's the perfect accent piece for a smallish bathroom. The tissue box is from modernminifan, and I added a little hint of real tissue. I made the towels, bath products, scrubby, candle and magazines. The rugs are designs by Candice Olson printed on Velour Card Stock from The Crafty PC. The Mod Peacock artwork is by Sue Schlabach.
I made the shower tile using Word. (Yes, Microsoft Word). I started by making a page of long hexagons filled with a tile texture sampled from real life tile and edged with a thin white border. I printed this on computer paper and used 3M Super77 spray glue to adhere the paper to mat board. I applied a generous coat of Triple Thick Gloss Glaze. Once dry, I cut the tile sheets to fit my space and used a stylus to score the grout lines.
The tub is a spare Chrysnbon piece and is removable so I can clean/dust it. The faucet is vintage hardware. The shower head and control lever are from ELF Miniatures, but I added washer escutcheons and painted hot/cold detailing.
The shower rod is a vintage brass piece that used to be curved on both ends. I straightened and trimmed one end then sprayed it satin silver. The shower curtain was made using my vintage pleater and some textured cotton. I added jump rings and slid it onto the rod before installation.