20 Beautiful Bathroom Curtain Setups – The Spruce


20 Beautiful Bathroom Curtain Setups – The Spruce

20 Beautiful Bathroom Curtain Setups


When it comes to selecting curtains for your home, you may think that you only have to focus on choosing options for your living room, bedrooms, and possibly the dining area. However, keep in mind that curtains are key in the bathroom, too. Whether your bathroom features a large window or a small one, privacy is certainly of the utmost importance, so you will want to opt for some kind of window covering purely for functional purposes. Practical reasons aside, curtains simply look much more elegant than traditional blinds and can work wonders in elevating a space. Even the simplest, smallest bathrooms will appear a bit more sophisticated looking with the addition of some curtains.

Not sure what style of curtains to choose for your own space? Below are some of our favorite bathroom setups that feature elegant curtains and roman shades. No matter your decorating style, you’re sure to come across a space that resembles yours and appeals to your aesthetic.



Install a Small Woven Shade

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Use a woven shade to cover a small bathroom window. Shades are easy to install in spaces where curtains would appear too bulky or overpowering. Woven wall coverings can lean boho style, coastal, transitional, and more, it all depends on how you decorate the rest of your space.



Install a Privacy Shade for Extra Coverage

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If you plan to mostly keep your curtains open, you may wish to install a privacy shade underneath depending on where your bathroom window is located. Here, this feature is definitely a necessity!



Keep Curtains Neutral and Add Color to the Bathroom Via Art

Here is another instance where simple, solid curtains reign supreme yet again. You can still add pops of color to your bathroom in the form of artwork and accessories even if you keep your basics neutral.



Go Big With Curtains in a Grand Bathroom

Brilliant master bath design by Kern & Company and Susan Spath Interior Design

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Go big or go home! Long curtains make this oversized primary bathroom appear even more regal.



Add Roman Shades Beneath Your Curtains

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You can always add roman shades underneath your curtains as a way to block out even more sunlight if your tub is in a particularly bright spot.



Written by Sarah Lyon for The Spruce

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