Decorating With Shower Curtains
Today’s grand master bathrooms are more apt to use glass enclosures than a shower curtain, but what if you’re not ready for an expensive remodel or you’re decorating a guest bathroom? A great shower curtain can be your best decorating partner.
Your bath curtains should coordinate with the rest of your bathroom décor. In fact, a shower curtain should be your next purchase after you’ve chosen a wall color or wallpaper.
For those looking for a look that’s more refined and elegant, fabric shower curtains are the way to go. There is one for just about any look you’re trying to achieve, from contemporary to cottage style. The sheer number of options available virtually guarantees that you’ll find at least one you’ll love.
When buying fabric shower curtains, it is important to take a look at the type of fabric the panel is made of and whether or not it is machine washable. Some styles are made with dry-clean-only fabrics. While these might be gorgeous, and the style might be exactly what you are looking for, the care might not be practical for a busy bathroom where soiling is likely.
Looking for a more breezy, fun style? Try a vinyl shower curtain. The designs on these tend to be more whimsical than fabric shower curtains and work exceptionally well in children’s bathrooms.