Are you looking for a new shower curtain to update your bathroom? The best way to put your creative stamp on the room and get exactly what you want is to make it yourself. I’ve found 15 DIY shower curtain projects for you that will add style to any bathroom. One or two may be a little more time consuming, but they are all so simple that anyone can make them. Check out the tutorials to find out exactly how easy they are!
DIY Shower Curtain Projects
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1 This shower curtain is another great painter’s drop cloth project – and you know how I love those! Adding decorative trim and pretty fabric in black really dresses it up and gives it a sophisticated flair.
2 I love the pleated accents on this curtain. The colors in the pleats are balanced out with the addition of a coordinating top panel. I’m going to have to try this one!
3 The little bit of extra time it may take to add the flower petals on this shower curtain is well worth it. The look makes a beautiful statement.
4 Here’s another fun curtain with a lovely ruffled embellishment. This one is “sew” easy! 😉
5 Ombre is still very popular. And look how fabulous it can look in ruffled layers on a shower curtain. This was done by dying each strip, but you could easily accomplish the same look with different colored fabrics. This is a great knock-off for the Anthropologie version.
6 Repurposing window curtains as shower curtains is a great way to get the extra length you may need. Plus, you can match them with your bedroom curtains.
7 Want professional looking lined shower curtains? This tutorial spells it out for you in simple terms that even a non-sewer will find easy to follow.
8 A beaded shower curtain – yes, those are beads not a print! – looks right at home in this vintage style bathroom.
9 Greek key trim turns a couple of plain bed sheets into chic shower curtains.
10 It doesn’t get any easier than this! Just iron on decorative ribbon with bonding tape and you’ve created a pretty one-of-a-kind shower curtain.
11 Give a plain shower curtain your own personal touch by adding words or phrases that mean something special to you.
12 Use two coordinating fabrics to create a whimsical checkerboard pattern. This is a great way to bring color to the room.
13 Want stripes, but can’t find exactly what you’re looking for? Make them yourself using two different fabrics! Here, classic black and white amp up the style factor for a hall bathroom.
14 A similar technique as above was used for this pair of shower curtains. Color blocking in vibrant colors and varying the sizes of each section gives it a contemporary flair.
15 Finish off the look of your bathroom with a classic pelmut. A pelmut is a cornice board that is used to hide curtain fixtures. Love the chic black and white!
I’ve picked out the shower curtain project I want to try. Which one is your favorite?