By . Shower Curtain. At Friday, August 10th 2018, 06:12:06 AM.
When planning to buy your shower curtain it is important to think about the "look" you are attempting. This may be casual, formal, playful, tailored or un-tailored. Is it going to be hung in a child's bathroom? Perhaps it is for a master or guest bath. Will the shower curtain be where visitors will be seeing it? Is it in a bathroom that is used daily or perhaps just once in a while? All these instances should give you an idea of what type of material would suit the spot best. Shower curtains made of cotton or linen give the appearance of elegance. They are usually more full and flowing and therefore are a bit more formal than a vinyl or plastic curtain. Perhaps you want a clean, simple look in which case your "shower curtain" should actually be a glass door.
Since the shower curtain is what everyone sees when they enter your bathroom it plays an important role in determining the overall ambience of this important room. This means that a good shower curtain will make your bathroom look good while a poor curtain will have the opposite effect. Some people may argue that they are meant only to be used for creating privacy in the bathroom and to keep the shower water from splashing all over the bathroom floor. If that were the case, you would only need to hang any type of cloth or plastic sheet over the railings above your bathtub. They are definitely not a rug that you hang over your bathtub and therefore should not be treated like this. If you want to add some degree of beauty to your bathroom, choose a good curtain and the rest will fall into place.
It is also necessary to consider how the curtains will be hung. One can choose Velcro or even small snaps on the curtain itself depending on what is convenient. Another common way is to hang them through holes in the top of the curtain. The option chosen should offer an easy way to draw the curtains and take them off.