If you want to update the look of your home, why not try using printed curtains? They are an easy and versatile way of reviving the appearance of a room. I love printed curtains because they are an easy way of making a statement. Below are some of my favourites.
1 Asian Poppy Curtain
I love the Asian-inspired design of these cotton curtains. The bold orange-red poppy design is certainly eye catching. These curtains are stitched with a tunnel top and come complete with a matching side tie. These would look great against white or similarly neutral walls.
2 Tree Garden Curtain
These sheer printed curtains are perfect for brightening up a room. The intricate tree and garden pattern is simply fantastic. It features a tunnel loop at the top and comes with a sash tie. These would work well against both light and dark coloured walls.
3 Antoinette Damask Curtain
This damask printed curtain is perfect for those wanting a more subtle take on the printed curtain trend. I love the soft, neutral colours of these particular curtains. It’s made from a woven, semi-sheer soft cotton panel and features a stitched tunnel top. This version is sold as a single panel, so you’ll need to buy a few in order to fit out a whole room.
4 Stamped Rose Batik Curtain
This black and white design is certainly a statement maker. The floral design is bold and enticing. It’s made from woven cotton and features a batik-dyed floral pattern. I think this would work best in a predominantly white room with Victorian-era style decorations.
5 Woodside Block Print Curtain
I love the wallpaper print on these curtains. The lush green colour is a great way to freshen up a room. I also find the tiny bird prints to be a tasteful addition to the overall pattern. These are definitely excellent window dressers!
6 Garden Paisley Curtain
The print may be a bit busy, but it works. The floral design is interesting and unique. I can just imagine waking up, opening these curtains, and watching the sun shine in. Absolute bliss!
7 Breezy Branch Curtain
This cotton panel curtain is soft and romantic. The branch pattern is subtle and delicate. It comes complete with a sash tie and features a tunnel-loop top. These curtains would look great in a shabby-chic environment.
What do you decorate your windows with? Are you a curtain or blinds person? I’d love to hear which of these curtains you like best.
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