Post # 1
My Fiancé and I have recently bought a house together and in one of the bathrooms there is a small shower. You know the ones that just fit one person, which are usually covered with a glass door? Well, ours is not covered with a glass door and instead needs a shower curtain. I have looked all over the place for a shower curtain that would fit and the only size I can find is either a 70’ or 72’ wide, I need more like a 46’ wide or something. I am not crafty and do not own a sewing machine or I would try to make one myself. Is there anyone out there that can tell me where to find one of these shower curtains. Thanks Bees!
P.S. I wish I was crafty enough to think of fun titles for these posts, everyone else is so crafty on this site I am envious!
Post # 3
This probably isn’t helpful, but could you submit an alchemy request on etsy? I bet then you could get a super cute one that goes with whatever decor theme you have in the bathroom!
Post # 4
is the glass missing? do you know what the previous owners did?
Post # 5
Maybe buy one you like and take it to someone who sews to fix it to your dimensions.
Post # 6
We had a small shower like that in our house. We were able to only find one small shower curtain at Bed Bath and Beyond.
Here is a liner from there: http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/product.asp?order_num=-1&SKU=13354324&RN=804
This is the shower curtain we got. Ours was white: http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/product.asp?order_num=-1&SKU=14065784&RN=804&KSKU=107515
They are a little big but it works better than a 70″ one.
@krissycake: In older houses, some of them were built with showers like that. Not that the door was taken off, just a small bathroom.
Post # 7
It’s a shower stall I believe? Try googling that.
Post # 8
you need a stall size shower curtain. they have them most everywhere, but here’s a link to the bed, bath and beyond site. all of these curtains are available in full and stall size. luckily, the stall sized ones are cheaper!
Post # 9
Thanks everyone, I googled it and got great results with Stall Shower Curtains!
Post # 10
How nice do you want it to look ? At my last apartment I had an oddly sized shower curtain rod and I just trimmed the edge of the shower curtain (one of the plastic ones, obviously, not cloth) off with a scissors. I put the cut edge along the ‘back’ wall (not the side you moved to get into the shower).