There is no easier way to update your bathroom than changing out your shower curtain. It’s just so fast, cheap, and easy if you go about it right. With so many different styles out there, the only obstable you may have is picking one that’s right for your space and personality. For example, my bathroom issue was working around old blue floor tiles that transitioned out of style 20 years ago. I felt cornered into a limited color scheme until I found a funky geometric pattern that looked just right and made the floors appear less outdated. The fabric worked greens and grays into the room to keep the palette fresh while allowing me to stay away from the obvious nautical feel the tiles were meant to create.
I’m sure others with an outdated bathroom have run into similar problems but those of you lucky ducks working with neutral flooring/furnishings can live by Hakuna Matata (it means no worries.) You’re free to be less concerned with color and more focused on the fun style or pattern.
Almost forgot to mention another great thing about shower curtains is if you change yours out as frequently as I have in the past, the in-good-shape fabric can even be used afterwards for throw pillows, framing, etc. It’s simply a win-win.
Color blocking has been popular for some time now but I love the new take on it with patterns. If you’re into stripes but are looking for a little more texture then these picks are perfect for you: Kaleidoscope Patch Shower Curtain from Anthropologie // Color Blocked Shower Curtain from CB2.
I’m a neutral gal by heart and these two fit the bill: Pottery Barn has the best traditional and simple shower curtains around. This one is the Pearl Embroidered style in Simply Taupe // For neutral with a punch try this affordable Chevron Shower Curtain by Kassatex via Macys.
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