Published at Monday, April 01st, 2019 - 23:55:42 PM. Curtains. By Nannette Deschamps.
Before you shop for a liner, it’s vital to measure the shower so that you will purchase the correct size. Most liners are a standard 72 inches by 72 inches. However, that size simply won’t work on larger shower stalls or in a custom designed shower and tub.
If you want to go the patterned route, hang curtains as high as possible and wide enough so they hang outside the window frame when opened. That way you’re not blocking valuable sun rays from streaming in. Pay attention to the weight of the fabric—I generally prefer heavier fabrics like velvets with blackout liners. Pro tip: You can also insert weights in the hem of the curtains to make them hang straighter.
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