One way to make a bathroom look more luxe is to get an extra long shower curtain that goes all the way to the floor. It was one of those things I never even thought about, but it made total sense!
So for this DIY, I added macrame trim to a simple/boring shower curtain. The finished result is a custom shower curtain that you can’t buy in any store!
Cut a macrame lace strip to be just as wide as the bottom of the curtain. Pin your lace in the location you want it along the bottom of the curtain. Use a ruler as you go to make sure the top of the lace is even with the bottom of the curtain.
Add some Fray Check to the ends of all your cut macrame pieces so they don’t unravel.
Hang up your curtain to see your finished product!
I loved how this curtain looked in my guest bathroom.
And, if you would rather buy a boho-style shower curtain, here are my favorites! xx -Elsie
P.S. If you love macrame, check out these DIYs:
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- fabric scissors
- fabric glue
- sewing machine optional
- Cut a macrame lace strip to be just as wide as the bottom of the curtain. Pin your lace in the location you want it along the bottom of the curtain. Use a ruler as you go to make sure the top of the lace is even with the bottom of the curtain.
- Using a ruler again, add and pin your next line of macrame lace and repeat with each layer you want to add.
- Apply fabric glue along the top edge of each piece of lace to secure (or sew along the top line with a sewing machine).
- Add some Fray Check to the ends so the macrame pieces won't unravel.
Credits//Author: Elsie Larson. Project and Photography: Laura Gummerman.