Your shower curtain selection is an important element in setting the design mood for your bathroom. Unlike other home design renovations — which tend to be a lot more permanent and expensive — shower curtains are a small yet necessary accessory. Use a shower curtain to transform your bathroom.
You may have a white and teal tiled 1950s bathroom, but add a rose colored ruffled shower curtain and it can instantly be transformed into a shabby chic sanctuary. Replace the linen shower curtain with a clean terry waffle knit shower curtain and add some scented candles and you have your own personal home zen spa. Use a shower curtain to conceal and contain.
Shower curtains are also great fixes for concealing areas of bathrooms that aren’t necessarily the cleanest. A shower can especially become the eyesore of a bathroom. If you don’t have the luxury of a guest bathroom, only really seeing use when house guests are over, a shower curtain is a great way to conceal what it is that you choose not to reveal about your cleaning regimen to the rest of the world. Even if you prefer shower doors to shower curtains, they can easily be installed over the shower door. That way, your bathing area maintains privacy, and your shower curtain will probably last much longer.