This is a very pretty Japanese Cherry Blossom shower curtain for the bathroom.
I love the branches with the pretty pink flowers on a white background.
It works well with a Cherry Blossom bathroom theme (of course), but would also be stunning in an all white bathroom. Simple, clean and elegant.
Fabric shower curtain that is mold and mildew resistant. Machine wash and hang to dry.
Cherrywood Blossom Fabric Shower Curtain
- DESIGN: Featuring a beautiful floral cherry blossom design on soft microfiber. The inviting hues of pink, red, grey and brown on a white background will instantly brighten up your space
- MEASURES: 70 inches x 72 inches and fits standard size shower / bathtub areas
- EASY CARE: The fabric shower curtain is machine washable for easy care
- BUTTONHOLE TOP: Durable buttonhole top allows for easy hanging with various style shower curtain hooks and rings
Cherry Blossom Shower Curtain Hooks
Cherry Blossom Shower Curtains
Cherry blossoms are commonly used in Japanese and Chinese inspired interior design styles. The “sakura” or – cherry tree is held in high esteem in the country. The blossoming of the cherry tree is celebrated annually in Japan in fact during an event called Hanami. If you’ve ever had a chance to walk through Washington D.C. in the Spring season, you know just how beautiful these trees are – their flower is very fragrant and delicate.
So what’s the meaning of the tree in certain Asian cultures and why is it so commonly used? They actually represent and symbolize a wide range of things. For example, today – they are mostly associated with beauty and innocence. However the tree was also regarded in the Samauri culture. Both Samurai’s and cherry blossoms have a relatively short life span – and in many ways, the tree represented drops of blood. The delicacy of the flower was a symbol for the fragility of life. Now that’s what it represents in Japan, but in China it takes on an entirely different meaning!
To the Chinese, the cherry blossom is a celebration of the woman and femininity. It’s a combination of power, dominance, sexuality and feminine beauty. The flower is delicate and so is the woman. In Chinese culture, it is ultimately a symbol of love and softness.
Incorporating the blossom into your interior design can be done in a number of ways. Generally speaking, you will not be able to use real cherry blossom stems as accents because of the very short life of the flower. To make up for this, visit your local craft store and ask for realistic looking cherry blossom stems. You can also find cherry blossom scented linen and home mists to lightly spray on your silk flowers. This will give an authentic look and smell of this gorgeous tree.
Cherry blossom linens and bed sheets are another great way to add softness to a Japanese inspired bedroom theme. This design pattern is perfect for the spring and summer months. As previously suggested, find a blossom scented linen spray to make things extra special.
The blossom is also a very popular print for Asian shoji or privacy screens. Ideal for the changing area of a very feminine woman, she’s bound to feel soft and delicate with this as an accent piece for her master bedroom.