Some styles make your windows look bigger, too.
Windows can make or break a space, we can probably all agree on that. But the importance of window treatments is often overlooked. Indeed, window coverings can be functional, purely decorative, or strike a balance between the two, depending on your space and the amount of natural light you receive and prefer.
Well since a good night’s sleep is so important, it does make sense to ensure when you’re designing your bedroom that the window treatments are given a fair bit of thought. Our favorite window treatment for a bedroom? Curtains. The softness just works best in rooms made for sleeping in.
Whether it’s full and flowing drapes, modern coverings, classic curtains, Roman shades, or laidback shutters, the ideas ahead are sure to inspire a better view at home.
SHEER WHITE CURTAINS
If you’re lacking on windows, choose sheer panels for maximum light. It’ll help keep the room from feeling too closed off. In this space, they stretch all the way up to the ceiling.
If you’re afraid of overdoing it with color but want to add a little pop, choose curtains with a neutral base and a colorful trim. Or choose a reversible fabric and face the neutral hue inside.
These curtains are rather busy. Curtains like these are great for breaking up the blandness of single color rooms. Boho theme is all you need.
LOTS OF GOLD
This room would be something that you would see in the previous era. It’s definitely very vintage and elegant. It’s good to stick with the main color theme of the room and go with gold wide panel curtains.
PINK AND WHITE
The obvious theme here would be pink and white. However, the grey walls give it a little something extra and break up the brightness. The curtains are a beautiful pink and white striped decorative pattern with the soft dip valance.
These curtains are for the men that want their room to be completely dark even when it’s extremely sunny outside. They go with the overall flow of the room, matching the color scheme.
The curtain panels that they use look very heavy, but they’re very traditional. We really like how the curtain rod is hidden by the drop down in the windows.
TWO STORY CURTAINS
These seamed draperies are a great solution for two story windows. Adding fabric softens the space and having the second color on the bottom balances out the tall ceilings. Layer the draperies with the woven wood roman shades for a gorgeous look.
This is a great idea for those who don’t want to overpower the room with even more of one color. The curtains in this purple room are see through.
Match your wallpaper and curtains for a fully enveloped aesthetic. The contemporary rug and furniture add formal element to the room.
Use curtains to enhance and customize your bedroom. Even if you already have window blinds or shades, curtains are an inexpensive way to create a cohesive look throughout a space and tie together a specific color scheme.
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