Abstract Art Shower Curtains
Abstract art shower curtains can add a touch of art to your bathroom even with limited space, or when you’re lacking a decor theme. Is everything else in the picture otherwise looking great,but finding a unique colored curtain can be another ball game altogether. Sometimes really pretty ones can be hard to find, or just the right style.
It all goes to show you that art is not just found in wall tapestries and hangings….one look at these different curtains and you will agree!
Abstract Watercolor Sea Scene Curtains
I love these curtains here with these beautiful misty washes of sea creatures. I’ve always been enamored of sea creatures as aquarium/fishkeeping is one of my “other” hobbies. Scenes including marine life and water waves are sure to be a hit if your bathroom decor includes related items with nautical, marine life and beach themes. This crashing wave pattern curtain on the right is dramatic and eye-catching.
This pattern of green, lavender, and blue starfish, turtles and seahorses alternating would go well if you have cool color decor in your bathroom as well as ocean or beach-related. The white backdrop with the tranquil effect of floating sea life will lend a nice touch.
Spring Floral Abstract Flowers Curtains
Spring is my next favorite season after fall, and these springtime flower watercolor- look shower curtains will definitely breathe new life into your bathroom! I love these delicate color washes – from some distance away they look like bright and sprightly bouquets. There are several different color combinations available…but these here I found in blue and red are beautiful!
I notice that on Etsy the most popular coffee mug (my niche) designs often include watercolor floral bouquets. I recently got some watercolor bouquet svg’s (scalable graphics) to download to further enhance some of my own designs. The curtains above…lookswise, not much difference in them and a real painting much huh?
Abstract Multicolor Grid Pattern Shower Curtain
All these beautiful colors and you biggest problem won’t be finding something that will match…it’ll be narrowing it down to which one! Although I think something in the red or pink neighborhood would work best. When you install these, they will be hard to ignore for certain.
The left one, looks just like the effects you get from swirling actual watercolors around and watching the colors bleed into one another.
One thing is for sure, these are prettier patterns than what I see when shopping here at local venues. Hope you enjoy!