Post # 1
I am giving the hall bath a quick re-do. I want it to be calm and relaxing. This is both the bathroom that my children use and the one guests use, so it has to be guest ready. It is painted beige with a expresso vanity and mirror. The artwork is cream, white, beige, and brown and is staying. I am going back and forth between a solid shower curtain to complete my monochromatic color scheme, a subdued pattern in creams, whites, and browns (like a paisley or medallion print), or a splash of color (most likely blue since the floor is light blue and tan tile. I can’t make up my mind and am sick of this old shower curtain. What do you think?
Post # 3
personally with your style, i would go with a nice white waffle weave shower curtain. it will give that room a clean, spa-like feel. they are inexpensive and can easily be washed too.
Post # 4
I am a big fan of the Hotel inspired “spa like” bathrooms right now… so I’d vote for a Hookless Shower Curtain with either a see-thru panel (plastic or shear fabric) or one that has a subtle texture (waffle) or patten (barely there stripe)
I am currently in the midst of converting our own Master Bath with such a look / feel… and yes, some would say that I spend too much time in Hotels in that I always am looking to recreate whatever is “out there” back here at home.
Hope this helps (somewhat),
PS… The website above is strictly for inspiration… there are tons of options to be found elsewhere on the Internet.
EDIT TO ADD – Lol, looks like mypinkshoes and I were Drafting our replies at the same time… great minds think alike as they say.
Post # 5
@This Time Round: yes they do. i actually like the hookless ones too with the large grommets.