Rated 1 out of 5Â by LauraB27 Poor Quality
I was so excited about this shower curtain. Take the advice of others, it looks CHEAP!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Sitti Absolutely stunning
This shower curtain, after months of searching for just the right 'look', has far exceeded my expectations. It looks absolutely stunning - very sheer (great news for those of us without lighting over the bath/shower stall). Lace lays flat. The small amount of wrinkling from packaging was eliminated with a few minutes in the dryer (delicate cycle) and a quick pass over with an iron on low setting - even though it didn't necessarily need to be ironed. The scalloped hem is an added bonus and makes this product a winner. I ordered the 'natural' color - soft ivory in appearance - perfect.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Gmabali Very Elegant
This Fabric Shower Curtain is perfect for a guest bathroom or for parents' bathroom or older folks bathroom. It is so elegant and is perfect just by itself, not as a shower curtain to be used with a liner.
The color is perfect with my bathroom and I think you will love it, too
Rated 3 out of 5Â by TheAnaBanana It looks very pretty...but
I put this in my guest bathroom. I am thrilled with the finished product. However, the curtain came with some flaws. The lace is actually fillet crochet lace and it was not trimmed correctly. I had to take scissors and trim off all of the excess threads; this should have been done in the factory. I have this in a bathroom where the shower is rarely used. Rethink this choice if you are planning to use this curtain in a high traffic bathroom. This curtain is very delicate. The lace is not sturdy and will unravel and pull, easily. The curtain looks exactly as it does in the photograph. If you love it in the photo, you will love it in your bathroom. I wasn't in love with the look, but I knew it was going to work for my needs.) I paired it with the Ellis Curtain Toile Bradford Window Valance in Blue. I added sheers under the valance and this relates back to the sheer panel in the shower curtain. The walls were painted the deep, dark blue of the valance(Benjamin Moore's Aura, Blue Heron, #832). The overall effect is very dramatic.