7 Smart Ways Designers Use Curtains and *Not* on Windows

7 Smart Ways Designers Use Curtains and *Not* on Windows

Furniture and artwork are typically a room's true statement items when it comes to designing. However, curtains or drapes can make quite a splash too, particularly if your home has oversized windows or a large number of them. It's simple to decorate with window coverings; all you need to know is how to pick the best ones for the desired design and style.

However, you might be losing out if you only utilize them for the windows. From softening background walls to delineating spaces in large rooms, there are myriad creative ways to make use of curtains in your space. Here, we've compiled the top examples of designers adapting conventional window treatments to serve a new purpose:

  1. Use them as wall decor

You can use a curtain with a special fabric to give one wall in your room or even your balcony a playful look. This was a weather-friendly substitute for conventional wallpaper.


  1. Convert one space into two

You can easily transform an open concept into a separate space. This could be an open concept living and dining room, a kid’s room or any other room in the houses.  These rooms can clearly be separated yet visually connected by using drapes.


  1. Construct a Canopy Bed

You can easily create a canopy bed made of light, white curtains to give a bedroom a light, and airy feel. This also adds additional privacy in the bedroom and works for kids bedrooms as well.

  1. Give art a textual background

In order to provide a moodier and bolder backdrop for your art pieces or a paintings, you can easily use curtains as backdrops to create some more depth.

  1. Secret Storage

Whether you utilize curtains or drapes to hide a closet, or find some other creative ways to create secret storage areas, curtains work perfectly to create these little spaces in your home.

  1. Create a shaded patio

You can create a classic home's patio shape with long curtain panels that can be drawn or tied back depending on the light.

  1. Make a bed nook out of a closet

Forget a California king; A little nook bedroom demonstrates that sometimes, less is better, especially when the bed is enclosed by stylish striped drapes.

Let's now use our imaginations. Visit https://www.homesoftthings.com/collections/window for a selection of our stylish and high-quality curtains.