4,201 grey shower curtain Products
Depending on how and where you use it, this shower curtain can say industrial (looks like chain link) or coastal (looks like a starfish). You pick.• 100% cotton.• 74"l x 72"w.• Shower Curtain Liner recommended (sold separately).
It's about time for me to get a new shower curtain. This one sings to me. I love the simple white color and adore the addition of the stripes on the bottom.
Mostly white with a splash of color at the bottom, this shower curtain is ideal for a small bathroom in need of big impact. I love how the soothing blues and greens give a spa-like feeling without being bland.
Can you believe this is a shower curtain? Kids and adults alike will be enthralled with this bathroom art.
The colorful cabbage roses pop against the thin and timeless black stripes on this statement piece of a shower curtain.
There is nothing better than a map of the world completely made up of words. This white shower curtain features the seven continents created from the names of individual countries.
I love the look of his bohemian-inspired shower curtain. It reminds me of hand-printed fabric done in a batik print. The pattern is not your typical floral and it's not too busy either.
This is such a fun shower curtain. It would be great for a kids bathroom or just as a fun touch in a grown-up bathroom.
A navy and white Greek key shower curtain in 100-percent linen is such a great classic, and perfect for a man's bathroom.
If you're giftee has tired of their all-white bathroom (or, chances are, said giftee's shower curtain is tired and moldy), why not add some bold graphics with this eye catching shower curtain from Aphrochic?
This is such a serene shower curtain. I like the watercolor effect that it has in its stripes. It's not too formal and rigid, but has a more loose and flowing vibe. It would be perfect for a bathroom by the beach.
Poppy Shower Curtain
Scrub the bathrooms in your summer rental and add your own shower curtain and bath mats. Choose something fun for the summer that you don't have back in the city.
Does your bathroom need a pick-me-up? There is no easier way to add some spunk to your bathroom than with a turquoise ruffle shower curtain.
Create a blank canvas for design by rocking a neutral shower curtain. It goes a long way in setting the stage for the rest of a bathroom's decor.
I love this shower curtain; it has a beautiful and colorful pattern. I really like how it looks like a water color painting.
It's truly not for the faint of heart, but this riotously colorful shower curtain will cure a serious case of the bathroom "blahs."
This is a funky and unexpected way to incorporate map decor into your home. This subway map shower curtain will add a fun element to a neutral bathroom.
Transform your bathroom into a beachy space with this nautical-themed shower curtain. The bold stripes work well in a large or small bathroom space.
A shower curtain is the easiest way to jazz up a bathroom. This patterned and playful curtain would surely add some life to a boring bathroom.
This ruffled, ombré shower curtain features pink, orange and red fabric. It's a total flirt and would be absolutely adorable in a girl's bathroom.
This beautiful bath set exudes spring and would keep my spirits soaring even as I was cleaning the toilet!
A girlish diaplay of flowers is just perfect for the shower next to my vanity. It makes me feel pretty just looking at it.
This shower curtain would provide some color in a truly effortless fashion. The baby blue and sage green create a timeless look, whether it's for the younger set or for parents.
Although I'm all for the plastic world map or rubber ducks that often times grace shower curtains, sometimes I want a little more understated sophistication in my bathroom. Reminiscent of East Coast beach clubs, these shower curtains will always be in fashion.
I'm tempted to add this fabulous shower curtain to every bathroom in my house. That's how much I adore it!
Kids will probably love seeing their toys displayed on this shower curtain. Parents will have to help kids get toys out of the higher pockets, but it's a nice way to keep toys out of the way — no more stepping on them when it's your turn.
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