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Bathroom Formal Curtain Photos

Traditional Formal Bathroom Curtain Design Photograph Examples

Bathrooms can be difficult spaces to choose curtains and drapes for.

Get some ideas on how to use drapery for traditional bathrooms, photos spark your imagination and get your creative juices flowing.

Remember that there is usually a great deal of moisture in the air of the bathroom, so consideration of the fabrics and track systems need to be considered. Easily laundered fabrics are the best option to reduce any chance of mold building up.

Sheers on a pencil plead head with a decorative rod.

Sheers on a french pleat head with a decorative rod. They gently diffuse the light and create a formal backdrop for the freestanding bath.

Colored Sheers with angled leading edge.

Colored Sheers with angled leading edge, soft and subtle, gently cover the window and create a warm glow of natural light in the bathroom.

Simple Sheers tied back soften the look of the bathroom.

Simple Gold Fabric Sheers tied back soften the look of the bathroom. White venetian blinds allow for complete privacy.

Scarf drapery over a decorative rod frames the view from the luxury bathroom.

Scarf drapery over a decorative rod frames the view from the luxury bathroom. The weight of the curtain design, lowers you eye and brings to back to the feature of the bath. It creates a roman drapery feel, I am waiting for the toga clad person to walk in.

Scarf drapery

Scarf drapery over a decorative rod with a trim on both edges of the fabric, the side drape has used a tie back to create a pouf in the curtain. This Grecian Themed bathroom is framed by the heavy colored drapery. It closes the room in and draws your eye to the view.

Jabots used with a pelmet and blinds.

Jabots used with a pelmet and blinds. Elegant but not over the top, they are away from the direct line of water, they frame the window and soften a very detailed and ordered formal bathroom.

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