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There are objects in every house that remain some of the most uninspiring purchase decisions ever!   People get excited about the new sofa, a flat screen TV, and even barstools.   But when have you ever had a conversation with someone that says “I’ve found the perfect shower curtain!”.  Never.  Ever. Until now.

Designer and textile maker Visual Threads has made the boring shower curtain something interesting to buy.   Until now, buying the every day shower curtain was a disappointing piece of plastic or polyester from a big box store disguising itself as something slightly more elegant.

With unique designs from Visual Threads, you can find whimsical shower curtains like silhouettes of aliens or unique looks that are more typical of high design fabrics found on luxury furniture.   Printed on heavy weight fabric, the shower curtains offered by Visual Threads are not only unique but durable and washable.  The company says they are willing to customize (within reason) for most customers. (PS: there are shower mats to compliment most of the curtain designs).

Visit Visual Threads Website

Here are a few shower curtain designs that caught our eye:

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Phil

The author Phil

Phil loves beautiful things! In nearly 15 years, he started several successful high end home goods companies and sold them when the time was right. Coming from a background of e-commerce and product selection for the luxury home goods market, Phil has chosen to use his eye for amazing things and share them with the world. Now Phil exclusively works with Best Of Modern Design to locate some of the most interesting products, designs, and artisans to feature. In his spare time, Phil travels to places to experience local food, drink and customs. He’s been to more than 15 countries and a half a dozen islands.

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