The first showers were ones found in nature: the waterfall. When waterfalls weren't available, then they would upend a bucket of cold water over their head. The first actual man-made shower was invented in the 1810 and featured water that was collected after every shower and used again and again. With this first shower came the first shower curtain. The more modern shower did not come about until the end of the 19th century. Pink shower curtains can bring brightness to any bathroom. Read this article to know where to buy a pink shower curtain.
Pink shower curtains are available at Big-Box Store. These could be plain or fancy, retro shower curtains or fun shower curtains that will make you smile in the morning and everyday. The shower curtains will be made up of various materials as well: cotton, polyester, plastic or a combination of both. If the pink shower curtain is made up of cloth, then you will need to buy a shower curtain liner as well, and perhaps shower curtain rings.
Bed and Bath Store
The next place to look is a Bed and Bath Store. There, you will find even more pink shower curtains than at a Big-Box Store. You may find luxury shower curtains or hot pink curtains or even kids' shower curtains. The shower curtains may even have ruffles, swags and other details that make them special. The shower curtains can be a set that would include window curtains as well. The pink shower curtain does not have to plain, it can be in floral patterns in pink, paisley in pink and other patterns.
Make your own
The shower curtain does not have to be store-bought. You can make one by yourself. Steps - Measure the shower enclosure and add four inches to the top and bottom measurements as well as one inch on either side. - Buy the pink fabric that you like, whether it is patterned or plain. - Fold the fabric in half and cut along the fold. - Fold one of the halves in half and cut along that fold. - Sew the pieces back together with the smaller pieces on either side of the larger piece. - Hem the sides at the top and bottom. - Measure three inches and one inch down from the top and make a mark. Do the same on the other end. - Continue making ten more marks, spaced three inches apart and one inch down from the top. - Cut twelve strips of cloth to make ties, fold them in half and sew them on the marks at the back of the curtain. - Tie the pink curtain to the rod and enjoy.