Grant K. Gibson: "Since the bathroom is white, I thought playing a bit with color would be fun. This is an outdoor fabric, which avoids the mold problem. Most rings are metal or plastic, so I picked something a bit different and unexpected — bamboo. I chose the nickel rod to tie in with the rest of the fixtures in the bathroom."
Row Stripe in Moss/Pistachio: . Universal Straight Rod, 72" in Nickel: . Bamboo shower curtain rings: .
Eric Cohler: "I wanted to make a strong statement — something bold and disarming yet familiar. This is an uncomplicated look, the essence of elegant simplicity." He'd also add a lime green monogram as "a crisp contrast to the stripe. I would make the letters a foot tall and six to eight inches wide, and center the monogram on the curtain."
Beaufort Black/White-6 Bar: . 50mm Black Lacquered Pole: . Acrylic rings: .
Schuyler Samperton: "A shower curtain can really add a major splash of interest in a bathroom, so I selected this vintage Tree of Life for its cheerful, colorful print. I kept the polished silver rod and rings very simple — the main focus is the fabric! You would definitely need a liner. I'd combine the curtain with fringed Turkish towels and accessories like an antique Indian vase as a toothbrush holder."
Vintage Fabric: . Universal Straight Rod, 72" in Nickel: . Rollerball shower curtain rings: .