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    Is it ok to hang curtains in a bathroom?

    Bathroom Specialists

    Is it possible/safe to hang normal curtains in a bathroom?

    Asked by caroline on 9th Mar 2022
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    Mark Davis Installations

    "You can hang curtains in a bathroom but consider the following...

    Effective ventilation. Install an efficient extractor to make sure the humidity is low. This will help to keep them looking good for longer (as well as the rest of the room). You can buy models now with humidistats built in which turn on at a predetermined humidity level, I find them extremely good. Bathrooms also smell a lot better when dry...you don't get that musty smell.

    Consider washable materials and maybe man-made materials as these are less likely to be adversely affected by moisture.

    I have designed curtains into a room, upon request, a few times over the years without any problems.

    Hope that's helpful."

    Answered on 9th Mar 2022 - Member since Aug 2021 - report
    Ionut

    "Yes, it's possible, because we can prevent it from making water in the whole bathroom"

    Answered on 9th Mar 2022 - Member since Feb 2022 - report
    Right on!

    "Unfortunately not!
    Bathroom curtains are from anti mold fibres .
    Check your retailer for the type of material."

    Answered on 9th Mar 2022 - Member since Dec 2018 - report
    REY-YAN Construction

    "Hanging normal curtains is dangerous and unhealthy in terms of bacteria growth."

    Answered on 10th Mar 2022 - Member since Mar 2020 - report
    stephens constructions

    "I personally would not advise this due to the part of the house being classed as a wet room area therefore condensation and dampness are prone in these room, especially around the window area"

    Answered on 26th Mar 2022 - Member since Jun 2019 - report
    T4Construction

    "Hi Caroline.

    It is possible but take care that the material doesn't get mouldy as it may well absorb the moisture! Regular washing would be required."

    Answered on 13th Mar 2022 - Member since Jul 2021 - report

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