Dress up your bathroom with this modern grid shower curtain. Choose a liquid dye to match your decor, and you'll have a cute, cost-effective curtain in no time.
Update a boring white shower curtain with three simple materials and a little bit of patience. This curtain's pretty grid pattern is achieved with a shibori-inspired dyeing technique, and can be designed to match any bathroom decor. The best part? You won't break the bank with this project, which can be completed for less than $30.
Wash and dry a basic white shower curtain. Press if needed. Accordion-fold the fabric in 12-inch sections down the length of the curtain. Then fold the piece accordion-style the other direction, forming a square.
Sandwich the folded curtain between cardboard squares cut slightly smaller than 12 inches. Secure with two rubber bands on each side to create a 3x3-inch grid.
Fill the spray bottle with liquid dye. On a protected work surface, spray the dye around all edges of the folded curtain, then wrap the curtain in plastic for six hours.
Unwrap the curtain and remove rubber bands. Unfold and let dry completely before laundering.