This is a great and inexpensive DIY project to update your shower curtain. Buying fabric at a fabric store is fine but you can find great patterned sheets at a thrift store for less money. You may have some vintage sheets stored away just waiting to be used. Thanks to Sadie Seasongoods for the idea.
Our guest bathroom is a cute little room- but without a window, is only illuminated by artificial light. As a result- and I’m not sure why I never noticed this before- our existing shower curtain was doing nothing to brighten the room.
While pretty, it just started to bother me. We’ve had it for years! But all of a sudden, I wanted a change and I wanted something lighter and brighter in the room.
And instead of running out to Target or Bed, Bath, and Beyond, I went to my garage…where my bins of vintage bed sheets are stored.
I selected a couple of options and draped them over the rod. Jon and I hemmed and hawed for days, changing our minds and going back again.
In the end, we chose sheet “A” and I set out to transform it into a shower curtain.
And I’ll be honest, I took the easiest route- I used the old one as a template before laundering it and giving it away.
I laid out our chosen sheet on the floor, good size facing up- and it was a struggle to find an open space large enough for this queen sheet! Full/Double size would have been a little easier to manage. Then, I placed the existing shower curtain on top of the sheet.
Images from Sadie Seasongoods.
For the full instructions visit Sadie Seasongoods.