My 10 favorite flamingo shower curtains + 24 more!

flamingo shower curtainsIn researching our epic series 99 ideas to decorate a pink bathroom, I sure uncovered a lot of flamingo shower curtains. As a followup, Pam set me out on a mission to find my top 10 favorites on the market today, but I became so enamored with what I was finding, I couldn’t stop at just 10. So read on for my top ten favorites plus 24 more fun flamingo designs — enough for a flamboyance! 

Kate’s top 10 flamingo shower curtains

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1. Flamingos shower curtain from Society 6 — I just love the goofy illustrational quality of this fun flamingo shower curtain — plus the ferny looking leaves really make for a dynamic design. It would be so hard to frown with these two goofy guys staring back at you every morning.

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2. Flamingo and dots shower curtain from Society 6 — Pam found this pink and grey polka dotted flamingo shower curtain when she was sending me her ideas for decorating a pink and grey bathroom, and I fell instantly in love. This shower curtain would work well in a variety of bathrooms — vintage and modern.

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3. Pink flamingos shower curtain from Cafe Press — I love the graphic quality of this flamingo shower curtain and that it also has aqua, blue and pink flora and fauna floating around the pair of flamingos — which are a pleasing salmony pink.

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4. Domingo flamingo shower curtain from DENY Designs — This singular flamingo may be short on friends, but he isn’t short on fun. Surrounded by colorful, even trippy hippy flowers, I’d love to have this guy hanging in my bathroom.

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5. Flamingos and fish shower curtain from Society 6 — The flamingos on this shower curtain may not look as friendly as some, but I love the variation of pinks and the addition of fun, geometric fish swimming in the water at their feet.

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6. Miami Flamingo shower curtain from DENY Designs — This shower curtain makes me giggle in a way that only a hot pink flamingo wearing turquoise shades and carrying a 1980s boom box could. I’d love to hang this in my bathroom and then wait to hear the reactions of all my house guests.

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7. Pink flamingo shower curtain from Frontgate — This flamingo shower curtain is quite pricey at $349, but that doesn’t mean I can’t still think it is great, right? It is more subtle than many of the other designs, so in a more elegant setting, this flock of flamingos would still feel right at home.

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8. Flamingo Coast shower curtain from The Company Store —  I love the hot colors of this flamingo shower curtain — and the fact that the designer strayed from the traditional pink and made some orange flamingos — so much fun!

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9. Flamingo shower curtain from Society 6 — This lifelike-looking flamingo has his eye on something, is it me? Am I interrupting his shower? Either way he looks stunning set upon the complementary mint background.

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10. Black and pink flamingos shower curtain from Cafe Press — If I had a pink and black bathroom, you know this would be my shower curtain — plus the addition of the lime green, almost day-glow palm trees really jazzes up the design.

24 more flamingo shower curtains — a flamboyance for sure!

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11. Pink flamingos on black shower curtain from Cafe Press

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12. Pink and blue flamingos shower curtain from Cafe Press

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13. Flamingo shower curtain from Cafe Press

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14. Cute flamingos shower curtain from Cafe Press

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15. Flamingo dance shower curtain from DENY Designs

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16. Pattern of Flamingo shower curtain from DENY Designs

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17. Miss Flamingo shower curtain from DENY Designs

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18. Crystal Flamingo shower curtain from DENY Designs

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19. Exotic Flamingo shower curtain from DENY Designs

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20. Flamingo pattern shower curtain from DENY Designs

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21. Coral flamingo shower curtain from DENY Designs

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22. The Flamingo shower curtain from DENY Designs

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23. Flamingo shower curtain from DENY Designs

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24. Flamingo ballerina shower curtain from DENY Designs

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25. Flamingo loves shower curtain from DENY Designs

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26. Tropical Flamingo shower curtain from DENY Designs

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27. Mini Flamingo walk shower curtain from DENY Designs

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28. Pink flamingo shower curtain from DENY Designs

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29. Flamingo lounge shower curtain from DENY Designs

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30. Flamingo pattern shower curtain from DENY Designs

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31. Flamingo 2 shower curtain from DENY Designs

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32. Flamingos vintage pink shower curtain from Society 6

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33. Flamingo doodle shower curtain from Society 6

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34. Flamingo couple shower curtain from Society 6

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In recent years, it seems as though the number of flamingo print shower curtains on the market has grown exponentially — and why wouldn’t it? Flamingos are fabulous creatures… retro design is hot hotter hottest than ever… and thanks to the work of the late Don Featherstone, they have reached a level of kitschy celebrity!

Which flamingo is your favorite?

 

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Comments

  1. Shannon says

    I have an avocado tub I will be installing in my bathroom (1978 house that was muddled with 1990’s contractor grade stuff) and That 1st shower looks like the right amount of green and Flamingo to give it a sweet punch of fun!!! It is in the lighter side of avocado and it might match perfectly. I also have a Flamingo statue and maybe i can talk hubs into letting me paint the little strip of wall above the salt and pepper tile, pink? My house is so Decade confused sometimes. Because I love so many decades and styles!

    • Janet in ME says

      Wow, this is a tough one picking a favorite! I like #7 for its tranquility – figures I would pick an expensive one, # 22 for its colors, and #33 because it’s wacky. Sure wish I had a pink bathroom! These are just great – thanks for posting them, Kate! Shannon, you are so brave installing an avocado tub! Bravo for keeping the bathroom proper to the time period!

      • Shannon says

        Thanks, I got the tub on Craigslist as a uninstalled mint condition beauty that the previous owner never got around do upgrading an old half bath into a full bath. He then put it in storage and his son finally had to get rid of it himself. It still has the stickers on the bottom showing date it was delivered. Then 2 weeks later a wall hung sink in a completely different town that looked close in color came up on Craigslist. I had a paint chip with the tub color and went to look at the sink and of course it is EXACTLY the same. The sink doesnt have any marking I can find but it has to be the same brand? So they are both in my basement waiting for me to get the funds to get to work (I will have to move some plumbing so its no weekender thing). Pics when I am done I promise!

  2. jeanne says

    Good job, and nice variety! There’s something for everyone! There was a time when I was looking for a flamingo shower curtain (probably the 80s) and none (or very limited) were to be found!

    My house is for sale, otherwise I would be getting a new shower curtain for my aqua/grey bathroom. #3 would be perfect. 🙂

  3. Zanna says

    These are great! I’m going through a pink bathroom reno (hopefully starting the 1st!) and have been looking for the perfect shower curtain, looks like I have some shopping to do 😉

    • Carolyn says

      Well, the ones on #5 aren’t really grumpy, they’re just too cool – for the school of fish!
      The Company Store – ugh! Firstly I don’t have enough money to buy all the cool stuff they put out and, unless you own a hotel, not enough rooms to show all of it off!
      Living in SE WI, sometimes in the brutal depths of winter, a flamingo would be a little slice of heaven.

  4. tammyCA says

    Who knew there were so many flamingo curtains available…and, a wide variety of styles & colors. I think I like #10 the black/pink/green the most because it looks kinda vintage-y…like something you’d see in a cool retro motel. But #1 is cool and also the geometrical fishies in that other one are darling.

  5. Trish says

    Of course i immediately gravitate to the most expensive – #7 – as my favorite. However, I think #33 will be finding a home with me shortly! Who knew I was in such dire need of a Flamingo shower curtain! ???

  6. Joe Felice says

    I bought the rug that goes with #9 a couple of weeks ago from Society 6! I decided to do a wall in flamingo decor, using my 1955 Turner mirror as the jump-off point.

    By the way, I also discovered you can use a fabric (polyester) shower curtain to make curtains. Just cut in half & line, with weights in the corners. I did this in my living room when I could find neither curtains nor material that I liked. I found a perfect shower curtain online at Target.com. I wonder who the first person will be to figure out my curtains are really shower curtains.

  7. Margrus Kail says

    I liked the Flamingo shower curtains. I would like some ideas for a 60’s bathroom with large yellow tiles on walls with smaller yellow tiles in tub area. Not sure I found the right Flamingo curtain to go with the yellow. No even sure what color was used with the yellow back in the 60’s. Trying to keep it as retro as I can. The tub and toliet, sink are white with wood (not dark) vaniety with light really no color) formica top. Bathroom has a window in it with bottom half made so you can’t see thru it, so just a valance would be ok. But open to other ideas also. Thanks a bunch for any help.

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