Shower curtains are the easiest 2024 bathroom trend to follow – here's where to shop for the most stylish options

Say goodbye to boring shower curtains, these are the places to buy stylish pieces that match your bathroom aesthetic

Where to buy stylish shower curtains
(Image credit: McGee & Co/Serena & Lily/Anthropologie)

No bathroom is complete without a shower curtain, but finding stylish, aesthetic options can sometimes be tricky. Gone are the days of boring shower curtains made from unappealing materials – some beautiful examples can make a real style statement in your bathroom.

If you've been searching for shower curtain ideas, you might have come across some striking designs, but where can you buy them from? There are plenty of retailers selling stylish options, but it's important to choose something as functional as it is pretty.

So, if you're looking for the best place to buy stylish shower curtains, look no further. We've put together a curated list of the best places to source stylish pieces that not only look great, but have all the practical benefits, too.

Where to buy stylish shower curtains

Shower curtains play a big part in your bathroom decor, so choosing something that feels in keeping with your bathroom aesthetic is key to a successful design. Whether you prefer warm neutrals, vibrant hues, or pretty patterns, these are the places to shop for stylish shower curtains.

1. McGee & Co

Check shower curtain in white and beige

(Image credit: McGee & Co)

If you love a neutral bathroom scheme, McGee & Co's shower curtains will be just your style. In its true California casual style, there is a mixture of plain, textured designs and subtle patterned fabrics that add an eye-catching feature without overwhelming the space.

A small but curated selection, all of the shower curtains have a very natural, organic color and texture, each with its unique features. Each has holes for shower curtain hooks, giving you the option to choose something in the same finish as your bathroom's hardware.

Every piece is made from cotton or linen, giving them a lovely lightweight appearance that doesn't look like your average shower curtain. The use of natural materials means they are easy to wash and style with other colors and fabrics within your bathroom scheme.

2. Anthropologie

Jungle themed shower curtain from Anthropologie

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Alternatively, if you prefer shower curtains with more playful, patterned designs, Anthropologie has an eclectic mix. From colorful borders to floral patterns and animal designs, there's plenty to satisfy a variety of interior design styles.

The appeal of Anthropologie's stock is the array of designs – there's something to suit more minimalist tastes as well as maximalist bathroom schemes. There are several collaborations with other brands, designers, and artists, all of which contribute to the vast array of options.

Stand-out pieces include an on-trend leopard design available in a few different colors, ruffle shower curtains that come in block colors elevated by the textural details, and woven stripe designs to add a playful pop of color. Most of Anthropologie's shower curtains are made from organic cotton, so they tick the sustainability box, too.

3. Serena & Lily

While linen shower curtain from Serena & Lily

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Paired-back and simple perfectly describe Serena & Lily's selection of shower curtains. With a varying range of white shower curtains with tassel details, the brand's stock offers a chic finish to your bathroom design.

All nine of the shower curtains feature a tasseled edge, with four options offered in various shades of blue, perfect for coastal bathrooms or spaces with a subtle bohemian style. If blue isn't to your taste, there are also all-white options, as well as a beautiful warm-hued linen design.

While Serna & Lily's shower curtain edit is on the smaller side, the simple designs work beautifully in any interior design scheme, from colorful spaces to more minimalist schemes. They are also great if you like to change your decor around frequently, as they fit in with a variety of bathroom color combinations.

4. Macy's

Green textured shower curtain

(Image credit: Calvin Klein/Macy's)

A quick search for shower curtains on the Macy's website gives you over 300 results, so there's plenty to choose from. As you'd expect from a department store, many brands are stocked at Macy's giving you a wider variety of shower curtains at different price points to consider.

There's a real mix of designs here – from plain block colors and simple patterns to more textural and even mural-style designs. To help you navigate through all of the shower curtains on offer, there are sixteen filters to narrow down your results, including color, price, and fabric.

In particular, the Madison Park collection has some truly timeless pieces, while the Lush Decor range features some bolder designs for a more maximalist bathroom scheme. There are a lot of different fabrics featured, from cotton and linen to heavier fabrics like velvet, so we recommend using this filter to get the look you desire.

5. CB2

White shower curtain with a black binding around the edge

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CB2's shower curtain selection is small but filled with staple designs – light and airy with the addition of a couple of more colorful options, alongside a black option which is less commonly seen despite being a hue regularly used in bathrooms.

Cotton, linen, and organic materials make up the shower curtain collection here, and for the pieces that are more sheer than you might like, there are also shower curtain liners listed alongside them in corresponding sizes.

The shower curtains at CB2 are more tailored to minimalist and modern interior design styles, featuring lots of neutral colors and clean lines – a lot of these pieces certainly wouldn't look out of place in a Wabi-sabi or Japandi style bathroom.

6. Wayfair

Organic beige shower curtain in a green bathroom

(Image credit: Special Edition by Lush Decor/Wayfair)

With over 50,000 results under the shower curtain and liner section, Wayfair is one of the best when it comes to offering a vast and varied selection. Another store offering stock from different brands, there are guaranteed pieces for every interior design style here.

Luckily, Wayfair has an in-depth filtering system so you can create tailored results – filter by size to be served only the shower curtains that will fit your space, or filter by color to find a design that suits your bathroom scheme.

There's a really mixed shower curtain selection here, with prices from $20 right up to almost $700. While there are some beautiful designs, ranging from simple to more decorative, you do get what you pay for, so if you do go for a more affordable option, it won't feel quite as luxurious as those from higher-end brands.

7. Crate & Barrel

Neutral bathroom with a blue and green stripe shower curtain

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Crate & Barrel's edit of shower curtains features simplistic designs in neutral and earthy tones. Thanks to the paired-back nature of the pieces, there's something to suit almost every scheme, whether your bathroom is more minimal and tranquil or fun and colorful.

There's a versatile range to choose from, including various stripe designs (which are proving on-trend right now) and lightweight linens in multiple colorways. There are also shower curtain rings in black and matte nickel so you can choose something to match the rest of your bathroom hardware.

The majority of Crate & Barrel's shower curtains are made from natural materials, organic cotton, or EUROPEAN FLAX ™-Certified fabrics, making them enduring and sustainable options. The prices here are on the slightly higher end, but they are all styles and materials that are hardwearing and will endure trends.

Shower curtains aren't all made equal, but these brands and retailers offer some of the most stylish pieces. So, whether you're a maximalist or a minimalist, prefer a block color or a pretty pattern, these are the places to shop if you're looking for shower curtains that marry functionality and aesthetics.

Kitchens & Bathrooms Editor

I joined the Homes & Gardens interiors team at the start of 2024 as the kitchens & bathrooms editor. My undergraduate degree was in Magazine Journalism and Production, which I studied at the University of Gloucestershire. Before joining Homes & Gardens, I worked for two interiors titles across both print and digital channels, writing about a range of topics from room design ideas and decorating trends to timeless kitchen schemes and the best places to source pre-loved homeware.