There are as many types of shower curtain available on the market today as there are different types of bathrooms, so no matter what style of bathroom you have, you shouldn’t have any trouble finding one to suit yours.
A long shower curtain will always be an asset to your bathroom as that extra length can stop excess water running onto your bathroom floor and may prevent an accident from someone slipping. They are available in lots of colors and finishes that everyone’s taste in catered for.
You can get shower curtains made from plastic, which you can buy pretty cheap, and is very helpful if you are on a tight budget. They may be cheap but you can get some nice prints on them that would still add a nice touch to your bathroom.
There are fabric shower curtains in some great prints and finishes. You can get themed fabric shower curtains that would suit a particular bathroom theme you had going in yours. There are always the perennial favourites of beach and shell themes, but you can also get ones with flowers, leaves, animal prints, butterflies and wildlife printed on them.
The color range they come in is so vast that you’ll have no problem finding one to blend with your current decor. You can even get some fabric shower curtains with your own photos embellished on them or have your initial monogrammed onto it. These look very sophisticated and stylish if that’s the type of bathroom you have.
Hookless shower curtains are becoming more popular today as they are much easier to hang. When hanging them you don’t have to fiddle around with the curtain rings which can take a bit of time to thread through each hole, and for people with arthritic hands or fingers a hookless shower curtain is a real boon. They usually have metal or plastic grommets that you just thread though the shower curtain rod and can be hung in minutes.
If you do a bit of searching online you’ll definitely find something to your liking, and there is often more of a selection available online than you might find in the stores due to a shop having storage constraints.