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Using Drapes As A Shower Curtain



Using Drapes As A Shower Curtain

As I mentioned during the reveal, I DIYed (technically not really a word, but you got it) my shower curtain using two window drapery panels (a.k.a. curtains), and now I’m going to show you how. I had found these curtain panels a while ago and they were basically the inspiration for the space and everything I …

I think this is a great option because there are far more variety of window curtains than there are shower curtains. … But the window panel was topped with a casing, which meant it had no holes for the shower hooks. … I was using a shower curtain liner so the actual fabric would not get wet and ruined.

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We think using regular curtains in the shower is a great idea–especially if you need a custom size for your non-traditional shower. And with vinyl shower curtains never having quite enough coziness for our taste, fabric window coverings are a great solution. All you’ll need are clip rings from IKEA or Target …

We wanted 72-inch curtains that would graze the ledge of our large windows. Although that’s not a standard size for window treatments, it’s easy to find a 72-inch shower curtain… We chose Pottery Barn’s Organic Tile Jacquard Shower Curtain (no longer listed online, but available on clearance in some …

A few days ago, I shared about my love for custom shower curtains that hang almost from the ceiling, have the fullness of a drapery panel, are made of gorgeous fabrics, and sometimes include trims that you would normally see on custom draperies. A few of you had questions about how to use a liner with …

It is inadvisable to use a regular curtain as a shower curtain unless you also use a plastic liner. With a liner in place shielding the curtain from getting wet then you are OK. One last caveat, the curtain fabric needs to be washable because ev…

Are you asking about plastic or fabric ones? There is not much difference between fabric window or shower curtains, it is a different method of putting them on a rod, that’s it. As there will be a gap between the rod and the curtain you would have to hang the rod higher, otherwise the light will get in through the gap, you might …