Let's say that you're creating a top-to-bottom eco-friendly bathroom. You've got your sustainable wood flooring. Your low-flow showerhead. Your energy-efficient lighting. To that, we say, well done. But there's one more thing that you'll need to include if you want your bathroom to be truly sustainable.
Don't forget about eco-friendly shower curtains! Not only will they bring a dose of style and luxury to your bathroom, but they're good for the planet and for your health, too. They're created without harsh chemicals and rendered in natural fibers to boot. Think cotton, hemp, and linen, all of which are sustainably sourced and biodegradable.
If you want to earn that environmental gold star, take a look at these nine eco-friendly shower curtains that will transform your space in more ways than one.
Quiet Town, made up of Brooklyn-based husband-and-wife duo Michael and Lisa Fine, have partnered with West Elm to create a line of hand-sewn cotton shower curtains. Just like this playful design, the collection is modern and guaranteed to offer a pop of color to any bathroom.
Turkish towels always feel pretty luxe, and you can bring that same quality to your sustainable shower curtain as well. We're partial to this one from Parachute, complete with hand-knotted fringe for that perfect boho touch.
The Citizenry is known for their environmentally minded products and this shower curtain made in India is no exception. Outfitted in fil coupé embroidery, each stripe has a bit of fringe that provides instant visual interest and texture.
If your bathroom has a midcentury vibe and you'd like to find an eco-friendly shower curtain to match the feel, consider this mid-mod creation from West Elm. It actually looks more like a piece of art than a functional bathroom accessory.
Aiming for a traditional look in your bathroom? Pottery Barn has you covered with this organic shower curtain displaying a simple, yet eye-catching, square design. Plus, we love that it's available in a ton of colors.
Made without "harmful pesticides, GMOs, or chemical defoliants" as the listing says, this Garnet Hill shower curtain is oh-so-eco-friendly. And if all of that wasn't enough, it's also reversible, which means you can change the look of your bathroom in a split second.