If there’s one way to brighten up a bathroom, it’s to invest in one of these amazing midcentury modern shower curtains by Kate McEnroe.
That’s if your bathroom is designed for one. Bathrooms come in all shapes and sizes, and you might well have a shower cubicle that isn’t compatible with something like this. But if you have a bath and hasher combo with a curtain rail, read on. This is for you
You might know the name Kate McEnroe from the equally bold bean bags I featured on these pages some time back. Well, she’s not just about seating. The designer has ranges for almost every corner of the house, including your bathroom.
In fact, there’s quite a range of these shower curtains, which are likely to appeal if you want something of a talking point in your bathroom. These will be talked about for a long time. And with the added bonus of brightening up a space that tends to be a bit bland.
Not so when you hang one of these. You can see just a few examples on the page here, but trust me, there are many more available. Do have a browse if you have a thing for the 1960s or 1970s.
All are made from water-repellant polyester and measure something like 70” (W) x 74” (H) and 70” (W) x 90” (H), which is said to fit any standard space. But do measure up beforehand to check. Note that it is a one-sided print with 12 buttonholes at the top for hook placement (hooks are not included but aren’t that expensive to buy).
Want one? Have a browse of the range, and if you see something you like, they retail for just over £50.