Choosing a shower curtain for your bathroom is almost as important as choosing the style of bath. Should you have Fab and Funky or Stylish and Cool? With some smart buying it’s possible to do both. Here are some of my favorites hopefully of both categories.This lovely ruffled white shower curtain by Anthropologie is a classic. It does look fantastic over an original Victorian roll top cast iron bath. If you prefer a splash of colour they cater for that too.
This clear shower curtain with 40 pockets for pictures, postcards,trinkets, etc. is a lot of fun & a great way to personalise your bathroom! Available from Urban Outfitters.
I could easily devote a page or two just to children’s shower curtains. Perhaps I still will as there are absolutely brilliant children’s shower curtains out there that you probably won’t mind incorporating into the main family bathroom. Here are a couple just for a taster. ZiggiZiggi do a great Frog shower curtain and India Rose have one I just LOVE called Morning Bun.
If you’ve come across some Funky or Stylish Shower Curtains yourself then do let us know. We will add them to the blog.
Competition to win a lovely restored original Victorian Cast Iron bath.
This is quite a simple game to get involved in.
The Bath Business the UK”s leading bath resurfacing and re enamelling business would like to reach 500 Facebook fans http://tinyurl.com/5w9trtv and also 500 followers on Twitter http://tinyurl.com/32tvnm7
Once that number has been reached a beautifully restored, resurfaced Victorian Cast Iron bath will be given to one lucky fan/follower. The only prerequisite is that you are a fan of the Facebook emacedgame page and are following on twitter.
So something like this could soon be yours!
Here are the links again.
To become a fan of the Facebook page you just need to click on the link http://tinyurl.com/5w9trtv and then press the “Like” Button at the top of the page.
On Twitter click the link http://tinyurl.com/32tvnm7 and press follow. If you haven”t set up a twitter account you will need to do that first and then start to follow The Bath Business.