Most modern homes and hotels feature a shower curtain these days. Apart from adding to personal privacy, the shower curtains prevent water from spreading and flooding every bathroom space. They are manufactured in 3 types- vinyl, plastic, and cloth.
If you’ve painted a country cottage complete with picket fence or a simple garden mural, attaching butterfly decorations as an accent will add playfulness. You can give the appearance of butterflies flitting from one flower to another or flying up from a corner into the room. This can be done with wall appliques or by attaching nylon butterflies for a 3-D effect.
Some decorating hints: You know those fluffy little rugs that go around the base of the toilet? Dump them! Not only are they disgusting (think about what you may be putting your feet on), they are totally dated. Get a small circular or rectangular throw rug and wear slippers if your feet get cold on the floor! When exploring best shower curtains, don’t go “cheap.” A classy, well-made curtain is a good investment. Pictures are good in bathrooms so long as they do not crowd the space. Find light, airy ones without bathroom themes. Nice landscapes and other outdoor scenes will “enlarge” your space.
Third, it will give you a chance to improve the security of your house by being able to change the doors and locks. As an added precaution, you can also install alarms as part of your home improvement.
Displaying framed painting and collectibles on shelf added to a wall could give your bathroom a fresh look. Putting your soaps, bath salts and pretty toiletries in antique bowls or shaving mugs and add colored beads and cheap faux pearl necklace to it for a romantic effect. You can also add aroma candles to your vanity counter-top or near your bathtub. In a master bath or a large bathroom, you may have the luxury of space to add outdoor furniture such as a wicker table or chair. Accent lighting can be done around a beautiful painting or on top edge of the wall tile using low-voltage strip of lights.
String fishing line across the ceiling of a room or another element such as a curtain rod and attach butterflies to the string. This will give a whimsical feel, as though the butterflies are floating through the air. You may even want to suspend them at different levels in an area like an atrium or porch for a truly outdoor experience. In a child’s room, use a clip so the child can move the butterflies back and forth across the room for fun, magical playtimes.
Something else to check is the type of eyelets that a curtain has. Make sure the eyelets have something surrounding them so that the holes don’t stretch out and tear. Metal is the most common choice for this. If you find metal eyelets that won’t rust your curtains should last well.
The point is to have fun making your home unique and to showcase your talents in crochet at the same time. If you liked this craft and hobby idea, click here to see more of my craft articles.