DIY Shabby Chic Shower Curtain Tutorial

DIY shabby chic shower curtain tutorial-Hallstrom Home

DIY Shabby Chic Shower Curtain Tutorial

Welcome! I thought I would share my DIY Shabby Chic Shower Curtain Tutorial with you. This is really easy to create in a extra long length with just a few details. I sell these in my shop here, but some people really like to make it their own!

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DIY Shabby Chic Shower Curtain Tutorial

Finding the first piece to work with is important. Deciding on a crochet tablecloth was easy. I use a spray glue to hold my lace in place instead of straight pins. Then I sew my first layer of lace onto the base. Repeat layers until you’ve reached your desired effect.

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DIY Shabby Chic Shower Curtain Tutorial

 Applying burlap rosettes adds more shabby charm to the shower curtain. Learn how to make your own burlap rosettes in our tutorial here.

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To make your DIY Shabby Chic Shower Curtain extra long. I attach the lace farther down the curtain panel. Often, I make my shower curtains at 84 inches long. I will include some affiliate links, so you can see what products I use. So if you’re going to sew you shower curtain, I use the spray adhesive below, then sew. If you don’t want to sew, I would hot glue your fabric down. I included the hot glue gun I personally use.

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When remodeling our farmhouse bathroom, we used these hexagon tiles. Included with heated floors, which I highly recommend!

 

DIY Shabby Chic Shower Curtain Tutorial

Thank you for stopping by! Please let me know if you have any questions in the comment section below.

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8 Comments

  1. Just gorgeous, rhonda! I might make something simiLar for our upstairs/guest/my daughter’s bAthroom because i cant find what i want in The colors i need. One question, though. How do you attach it to the rod? Drapery rings or do you put grommEts on the toP?

  2. I was wondering if could ask you were you buy your linen from. Wanting to make a shower curtain. I can’t find any at local shops and I never ordered from ONline shops. Your work is beautiful. I wish Ihad your talent. Thanks for your help!!!

    1. I wouldn’t hesitate buying online. I am an avid online shopper now, and I find it so convenient. If you’re looking for a local store, I’m sure any home goods store or a fabric store would have linens. Maybe Bed Bath & Beyond? Thanks so much for stopping by! I appreciate the kind compliment.

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