Saturday, December 3, 2016
Shower liners are an essential component to your bathroom because they add privacy to your shower or tub and they help to keep water from splattering all around the room. Water will splash about while you are in the shower which can make a mess out of everything. Choosing the right material for your liner or curtain will help to keep your bathroom fresh.
Fabric Shower Liners
These are a beautiful addition to your decor. They are made from a variety of different materials and tend to be more expensive. Here are some fabric options with pros and cons.
Pros - aesthetically pleasing, soft, luxurious, eco-friendly
Cons - more expensive, water absorbent, slow to dry, not stain-resistant
Pros - natural material, less pesticide used, made from plant fibers, strong and durable, resistant to mold, mildew, and bacteria, eco-friendly
Cons - Absorbs water, must frequently be washed, much more expensive
Synthetic Shower Liners
This is a great option for their low price and water resistant properties. Below is a list of the choices available and their pros and cons.
Pros - inexpensive, waterproof, mildew resistant, aesthetic appeal, non-flammable, recyclable
Cons - human-made, not as luxurious feeling as natural fabrics
Pros - Water resistant, mold and mildew resistant, inexpensive, fast style options, significant barrier for water
Cons - water clings to it, so bathroom stays wet longer, not luxurious
Choosing the right option for your bathroom is dependent upon personal preference. With so many to choose from it can seem overwhelming. I hope that these lists have helped you in your quest for a shower liner.
by: Palmetto Linen