10 Shower Curtains That Can Be Used as Window Curtains

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Last week, we published an article on how to use shower curtains as window curtains, and to be honest I’m still thinking about it. Not only is it likely that you’ll save money this way, but you’ll also open yourself up to way more options. I remember when I started looking for curtains for my first apartment, I was disappointed by what I was finding. Not only were individual panels expensive, but many of them weren’t exactly pretty—especially the budget ones. Shower curtains tend to be less expensive and less, well, boring, and many of them come in great colors, patterns, and designs. Once I started researching shower curtains that could be repurposed as regular curtains, I was sold. Below are just 10 options I found that can fit any style and budget.

Blue Hypnotic Shower Curtain

If you’re a maximalist who wants bold curtains, you’ve probably realized how difficult that is to find. Enter Jungalow, which doesn’t yet sell window treatments but does sell some eclectic shower curtains. This one features eye-catching motifs, darker colors, and tons of personality—perfect for those who want to use their windows to make a statement.

Buy: Blue Hypnotic Shower Curtain, $62 from Jungalow

The Boho Home Co. Mud Cloth Shower Curtain

Sabrina Fringed Shower Curtain

Similar to Jungalow, Urban Outfitters has a nice selection of patterned and colorful shower curtains that stand out from your standard fare. This pink option has a chevron pattern and fringed ends, perfect for completing your boho space. It’s similar in price to UO’s window curtains, but the construction is less gauzy and more substantial in feel.

Buy: Sabrina Fringed Shower Curtain, $39 from Urban Outfitters

Brooklinen Linen Shower Curtain

If you’re like me and believe that linen is a superior fabric, linen curtains are probably at the top of your wish list. Unfortunately, linen is expensive, and linen window treatments are no exception. Enter this shower curtain from Brooklinen, which is made from the same material as their popular linen sheets. It comes in both white and navy blue, and comes with a liner and set of 12 hooks—two good things to have even if you don’t use the curtain itself in your bathroom.

Buy: Linen Shower Curtain, $68 from Brooklinen

Organic Mid-Century Geo Shower Curtain

Hampton Stripe Shower Curtain

There’s nothing like chunky stripes to add coastal vibes to your space, and this shower curtain from Kassatex will look just as good in your living room as it will in your bathroom. Made of 100 percent cotton, it has a lightweight yet substantial feel, and has a laidback, casual vibe that’s ideal for creating an inviting space.

Buy: Hampton Stripe Shower Curtain, $35 from Kassatex

Nicole Lund

Commerce Editor

Nicole writes about shopping and products for Apartment Therapy, but her specialities are candles, bedding, bath, and pretty much anything homebody-friendly. She has been writing for AT for two years.

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