My favorite boho shower curtains for under $30

The other day I was thinking about blog topics and all the things I want to write about. I have a list of about 30 things, but instead of using one of those I decided I would write about one of the questions I get asked about the most. My SHOWER CURTAIN! Believe it or not, one of my most-liked Instagram pictures (15,000 likes!) is of my bathroom and front and center is my shower curtain. Every time I post a similar picture I got tons of DM’s and comments asking where it’s from. Since I’m not cool enough yet to get the swipe up feature and link it for y’all on the gram, I decided to write about it.

While I’m showing you where exactly the shower curtain is from, I wanted to do a round-up of some of my favorite boho (and look-alike) shower curtains I found.

Switching out your shower curtain is one of the simplest and most cost-effective ways to transform a bathroom!

Anthropologie Agneta Shower Curtain

Sweet back story about this shower curtain (seen below in my bathroom!) I really wanted it – and I talked about how much I loved the Angeta from Anthro, however, my thrifty budget didn’t allow me to spend nearly $90 on a shower curtain. I spend $90 on 2 weeks of groceries, so from my perspective, it was out of reach. A very kind follower and friend of mine told me she had one she no longer used in her home and sent it to me for free. It was one of the kindest things anyone has ever done for me

Many of you wonderful thrifty followers also don’t want to spend $88 on a shower curtain…and guess what? I found a complete look-alike from Amazon for less than $30. I think that is something to celebrate!

A few of my other favorite
shower curtains!

There are plenty of more but I felt these ones were the cutest for the best price. If you ever get bored with your shower curtain and want to switch it out, you can still use the old one. I’ve used mine as throw blanket accents, made outdoor pillows, used them as curtains..the list goes on and on!

15 ways to reuse your shower curtain: courtesy of

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