Bathroom curtain ideas vary as much as bathrooms. A large, well-appointed bathroom deserves a traditional window treatment with adjustable curtains and maybe an additional shade. In a smaller or more relaxed bathroom, a regular Roman shadow or a set of dreamy sheers is right. For an eclectic, funky bathroom, or one that exhibits its own peculiar style, re purposed or found objects make interesting window coatings.
Opaque sheers, covering a window just enough for privacy, light up while blocking the view. Hang the curtains at half point of the window and leave the top open for maximum light. Or hanging a valance that matches the layout of the bathroom at the top of the window. Sheers can also cover the entire window, and in a bathroom with a small window on one wall sweep on the floor to create the impression of a grand window. For night privacy, add simple pull-up or pull-down shades behind the big bathroom curtain ideas.
Roman shades were made to bathroom curtain ideas. The neat, symmetrical folder and without the casual shadow appearance, when it’s down, can work with all designs. Try a deeper nuance of the main bathroom color, like navy blue to a blue and white bathroom or the wood for a green and pink bathroom. Or stick to a white or natural flax with or without vertical borders of contrasting color. For a window over the bath or under the shower stall, to spray clear fabric coating on the shadow on both sides inhibit mold and allow it to dry before installing.