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Lately I've been really into bathrooms. Why? I often feel like it's one of the most forgotten rooms in the home (aside from the laundry room, but we'll talk about that another time). So where do I like to start when designing my bathroom at home? Well, the shower curtain of course. When changing the lackluster tile or flooring is simply out of the question, the shower curtain is a sure-fire way to create a worthwhile color palette for a transformation. Here are some shower curtains to get you inspired.

Kaiku Shower curtain from Marimekko - Here are some accessories that help spice up the look.


Cityscape by CB2- mustard and shades of gray create a nice unisex compromise.
Refinish an old cabinet or add a prefab one in a funky color (to hide your unmentionables) and add a cool industrial clock on the opposite wall.

My Bookie got me an awesome Alexander Girard Number Stripe shower curtain
from Urban Outfitters (on super sale) and I can't wait to use it!

Of course I turned to the trusty range that I know best for the accessories.
The key is just to keep it relaxing. I mean hey, they call it a "restroom" for a reason.
Just don't forget about the bathroom though - your body deserves something beautiful.

Oh... and for kicks and giggles, if you ever feel the urge to conserve more water when in the shower, shuffle on over to Moco Loco and check out this prototype curtain!


  1. i'm diggin the cityscape curtain. mustard & gray are one of my fav combos.

  2. I used to surf the UO website like every day before I moved (and before I became poverty-stricken, lol!) and bought their black & white London cityscape curtain. I still use it too! Is that victorian-looking mirror from ikea??


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