One of bathtime's oldest companions gets honoured in this Rubber Duck shower curtain from Bliss.
It's a normal plastic shower curtain that's been brightened up with the repeated image of a charming yellow duck. If you haven't heard of Bliss, they make rather expensive spa type products and have a chain of rather expensive spas – so this design seems a bit of an unlikely match for them. However, who can argue when the result is as fun as this?
The shower curtain costs £20.
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Even if you don't know the name, you're bound to have seen some the distinctive designs of Izola Shower before – think of this Studio 54 curtain for example. Their new range, which includes this Apothecary shower curtain, takes its inspiration from vintage wares.
The curtain features charming illustrations of old-fashioned toiletries which hark back to a simpler age of grooming and which are printed onto a poly/cotton canvas. If you like the style of this, take a look at their other new designs which are based around a powder room, sporting implements and even scout badges.
The shower curtain costs $55.
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This Las Vegas shower curtain is another one in the long lines of products and artwork to
draw inspiration from Betty Willis' 'Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas' sign.
Willis never copyrighted her design for the sign, which was erected in 1959,
contributing something to the ubiquity of it on souvenirs and its use by people
trying to evoke the glamour of the period.
How glamorous a shower curtain can ever be is up for debate but
the sign looks pretty stylish as a black and white image. It's one of several
shower curtain designs being stocked at Rockett St George which is also selling
images from Paris, Venice, London and Brooklyn. Each curtain costs
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