Decorating Hack, DIY, Home Decor

Easy DIY Shower Curtain!

Want another easy DIY that anyone can do?! I am going to show you how I used a throw from Goodwill as a shower curtain!  So let’s first show you what I’ve done in my bathroom so far:

If you remember, I redid my bathroom vanity.  Now I’m onto the rest of my bathroom!

I forgot to take a picture of what my shower looked like once we moved in, but here is what it looked like when the house was for sale:

Such a pretty shower!

 

I love the glass doors!  They are amazing, but full disclosure: I couldn’t handle my kids walking in constantly!  I wanted at least a little bit of privacy.  Plus, a shower curtain is a great way to add texture, color and style.  I looked everywhere for an inexpensive and cute shower curtain, but I couldn’t find anything that I liked or would work for the decor.  Luckily, I was able to think of a good solution!

I found this cute throw at Goodwill:

Brand new throw with tags!  I decided that it was the look that I wanted, was large enough(if you do this, your throw should be at least 60″ x 65″, this one is 70″ L & 60 ” W) and that it would look great as a shower curtain!

 

I  also found this tension rod at Goodwill, and I spray painted it black.  Found similar ones here and here.

 

I also bought these hooks to clip the throw and plastic lining to the rings.

 

Don’t forget to buy a clear shower liner to protect the fabric!

Then you take the fabric, place it on top of the shower curtain liner, and put these rings with clips on them to hang the fabric up!  That’s it!  Here it is all done:

Turned out better than I’d hoped!

 

The tassels in each corner are a fun touch that were already on the throw. Yay!

 

Again, here’s the bathroom before…

 

…and here it is after(so far). Lots to do still, but it’s coming along!

Isn’t that so easy?!   Let me know if you end up doing this simple DIY!  I love seeing what you all create and come up with!  Love you all!

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