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Buying Guide: 3 minimalist shower curtains for a quick bathroom refresh
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Buying Guide: 3 minimalist shower curtains for a quick bathroom refresh

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If you’re looking for a quick way to give your bathroom a new look and feel, replacing the shower curtain is one of the most affordable ways to refresh the space. These minimalist shower curtains are classic enough to last for years and go with nearly any style of décor.

1) Farmhouse Inspired Shower Curtain

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If your style leans more farmhouse or shabby chic, this natural looking cotton and linen blend shower curtain is the perfect fit for your space. With a wood button detail that breaks up the curtain and two calming colors, it’s minimalist without being dull. You can also choose from a color combination of light blue and white, blush pink and white, grey and white, natural linen and white, or navy and white.

Lush Decor Blue and White Linen Button Shower Curtain available from Amazon

2) Black and White Geometric Shower Curtain

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This simple geometric black and white check shower curtain adds a modern touch and some visual interest to your bathroom without overpowering the space. It’s also machine washable for easy cleaning and care.

Aimjerry Black and White Fabric Shower Curtain available from Amazon

3) Ruffle Shower Curtain

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Sometimes you don’t need a pop of color for an eye-catching piece of décor in your home. This ruffle fish scale pattern shower curtain proves that. The curtain is entirely white but adds visual interest through texture.

Felisa White Ruffle Fish Scale Shower Curtain available from Amazon

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