Budget-Friendly DIY Grid Shower Curtain

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.

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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. 

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What You Need

  • White shower curtain
  • Spray bottle
  • Liquid dye

Step 1: Prep and Fold

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. 

Step 2: Secure the Curtain

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. 

Step 3: Spray Dye

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.

Step 4: Set the Curtain

Unwrap the curtain and remove rubber bands. Unfold and let dry completely before laundering.

Bonus: Learn How to Shibori-Dye Tea Towels

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