When it’s time for a shower, you probably don’t give much thought to a shower curtain liner until you see puddles of water all over the floor. A shower curtain liner helps keep water contained and protects your more expensive decorative shower curtain from mildew, cleaning products that could cause
Fabric is an essential part of choosing curtains, since the material will dictate how well your curtains function and hold up over time.
As any decorator will tell you, curtains make a room — but only when chosen correctly. When it comes to window treatments, it’s a matter of color and fabric, length and lining, and custom-made versus off-the-shelf. With so many decisions, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed, so we asked a few
Natural materials are fantastic for shades if you’re looking to layer them underneath curtains, or if you’re simply looking for a more rustic effect. They look great mounted on the inside of the frame, as opposed to roman shades, which look better when mounted on the outside.
Offered in a clear 72-by-72-inch vinyl panel, the liner header features 12 rustproof metal grommets for durability and is weighted with three magnets. Each liner comes with a 12-month warranty against tears and mildew growth.
”Still, if you like to change out your rooms often, you can be less concerned with fading,” says Alice Guercio, vice president of product development at Kravet. Cunningham suggests going with neutral colors, since they’re less likely to fade than other colors and more likely to blend into a room’s
Unless you’re designing a bedroom, you probably don’t need blackout shades. Instead, pick sheer fabrics that let the light in and create a natural breezy look. Sheer Belgian linen is great to achieve this look.
One online reviewer named Bernie writes, “We recently downsized to enjoy a more simple life … My search began and, after buying four [shower curtains] that said “water repellent,” I was about to give up. Water repellent does not mean waterproof so every time I showered I had a mess
Reviewers on Target’s site have given the liner 4.25 stars out of five. One shopper wrote: “A little shorter than liners I’ve had in the past but water never escapes and does the job. Probably the best liners I’ve ever had. Doesn’t collect mold like liners I’ve had in my
Determine whether you’re going to buy dry-clean only or washer machine friendly curtains — it will save you time and money in the long run. Keep in mind that you can ruin high-quality curtains by trying to wash them yourself, according to Consumer Reports.
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