If you want to give your bathroom a new look without having to do a complete remodel, consider custom draperies to dress up your space. Use the following ideas as inspiration, and don't be afraid to get creative with different types of curtains and designs in your bathroom.
Drapes On The Linen Closet
If your linen closet has an ugly or outdated door, consider getting rid of it completely. Instead, install a beautiful curtain rod above the doorframe, and hang a long curtain in its place. You can choose a fabric that mirrors your shower curtain design for a cohesive look, or you can opt for a more formal design with a crushed velvet fabric. Add a decorative tieback to the curtain, which you can use to keep it open when you are refilling toiletries or rearranging the closet.
Curtain Canopy Around the Tub
Make your freestanding bathtub the centerpiece of your room by creating a canopy to frame it. Sheer, gauzy fabrics add an airy feel to the space, while heavy damask fabrics can provide a more formal look. If your tub is nestled in the corner or against a wall, use crown molding at the ceiling to hide your curtain rods and give the draperies a refined finishing touch. You can have this type of curtain custom-made to suit your needs, or you can make this a quick DIY project by adding a mosquito net and frame to the ceiling, so the fabric gently drapes around the tub.
Floor-To-Ceiling Drapes For Small Windows
Many bathrooms have small windows, but that doesn't mean you can't create the illusion of a larger window in the room. Hang a curtain rod at the top of the ceiling, and use floor-to-ceiling drapes to give the window a bigger look. If you have the available space, consider hanging another set of curtains on the wall opposite the window, and adding a large mirror to the wall beneath the curtains. The mirror will reflect the sunlight from the window while also making the bathroom appear larger than it really is. For windows situated in the shower or tub area, you can use this idea but replace the traditional curtain with a waterproof shower curtain instead.
Visit your local fabric store for more inspiration, and come up with your own creative ways to use draperies in your bathroom for a quick yet beautiful new look. Remember to shop for curtain rods, tiebacks and other accessories to complete each of your curtain ideas. Work with a custom drapery maker or a tailor to create these looks for your home.Share