treatments are a seriously important — and often overlooked — part of a room. They can be functional, purely decor, or strike a balance between the two, depending on your space and the amount of natural light you receive. Whether it's flowing drapes, Roman shades, or simple shutters, we've got inspo upon inspo for you.
If you've got a small space, opt for slim blinds that'll still let natural light in. Organic, woven fabrics keep a space feeling light and airy.
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Use a neutral tone.to add pattern to a room. If you're wary of it feeling too bold, keep the wall a
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If you're lacking on windows, choosefor maximum light. It'll help keep the room from feeling too closed off.
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Even if you're stuck in the city, you can feel closer to nature with the help of some botanical-printed. Keep the vibe going with greens, blues, and fresh or silk florals.
Curtains = instant cozy factor. Choose afor a calming, soft space.
Tall drapes create contrast and make a room feel bigger. The bold green in this room plays off the art above the bed.
The circular pattern on these Roman shades echoes the round stool and mosaic shower tiles. The bright yellow adds a sunny, cheery pop to the bathroom.
classic kitchen color combination. In addition to a cobalt island, this kitchen incorporates the hue in with the shades.is a
The overscalein these shades was inspired by a Persian textile. A neutral color palette makes the pattern more subtle.
A dark room can look severe, so soften the style with. To make it feel more cohesive, match your curtains to a lamp.
Play up colored walls with ain the same shade. This chevron print feels fun yet still traditional.
Think pink is only for a girl's room? Think again. add a soft, romantic touch to a room.
Create a tropical cabana no matter where you are thanks to a coral. Forever wishing we were on vacation.
If you live by the coast, play up the setting with soft blues and. The pastel shade with a flowing fabric feels light and airy.
If your house is already outfitted with shutters, all you need for an upgrade is a coat of paint.bring an English country feel to a city kitchen.
Curtain fabric in a dark, neutral wall.are ideal in a beach house. If you don't want it to feel too tropical, contrast it with a
on the unlined silk taffeta curtains in this apartment give you a sense of fantasy and femininity. A soft blue makes them feel even more ethereal.
make low ceilings feel higher. If bold colors intimidate you, try a pop of color on the trim only.
Refuse to choose between. Matchstick blinds serve the functional purpose of darkening the room, while curtains add a burst of color.
Blue and white is the ultimate color palette for a beach house or French country-style room. Keep it subtle by choosing white curtains with blue trim.
If you've never met a cool color palette so the stripes feel calm, not busy and chaotic.you didn't like, you need the pattern on your shades. Choose a
This living room frames arched windows with light blue curtains. They break up the otherwise neutral space.
This kitchen's bold, tiled floor is accented with an equally bold shade. Though gray is continuous throughout the room, the yellow notes in the shades keep things bright and cheery.
An easy way to update shades? Paper them in your favorite print. It can be done.
Linen curtains might be unpredictable with a marble-and-granite checkerboard floor and grass-cloth walls, but they help add a coastal, relaxed feel. The pink hue pops against the natural-colored walls.
This bedroom plays on color, texture, and pattern. The fringed drapes are full-on boho goals.
If you have patterned wallpaper, make your curtains stand out with an even more abstract print. Choose colors in a different shade from your wall for extra pop.
These neutral-printed shades liven up otherwise-bland walls without being too in-your-face. This lets you go easy on the rest of the wall art.
In this dining room, curtains are made from a cotton fabric that has alternating matte and sateen stripes. It gives a sense of depth and movement.
Zebra might sound a little wild for your tastes, but hold up: It can actually be seriously chic and subdued if you choose a soft blue and white as opposed to a stark black and white.