20,575 Curtains

Curtains can be a great way to change the look of your interiors, while also helping to filter natural light into your room. If you're considering new window treatments and feel that drapes or kitchen curtains would be the best fit, brush up on the different types, styles and size requirements to ensure you make the correct purchase. More 
Matka Silk , Sand, 50" X 108"
Matka is an Indian term for rough handloom silk fabric with irregularities that give the fabric a unique character. It looks something like tweed, but the fibers are all the same color. It makes an excellent addition to any room! These beautiful Matka silk drapes are on offer from The Merry Window. We have many different pleats, fabrics and colors available with optional ...More
Alabama Crimson Tide 5-Piece Long Curtain-Drapes Valance Set
$75.99 $112.99 · More Sizes
Features: *One NCAA Alabama Crimson Tide valance, 2 curtain panels (total 84 x 84 inches) and two tie-backs *Valance has screen-printed logo as pictured. Curtains do not have logo on them. *Rod pocket drapes come with matching tie-backs *Rod pocket suitable for drapery rods up to 1.5-inch diameter *Genuine licensed merchandise. Made in USA. Machine washable. Contents: *Two rod...More
“bedroom” — lisahoover13
Honeycomb Window Panel, Gray
This Honeycomb pattern is both complex and simple — wow, how did they do that? The muted grey is neutral without being blah. You'll appreciate how it filters light without blocking it out. But what's really going to impress you is how easy these are to care for: They're machine washable!
“I like the colors and patterns of the curtains and the pillow” — Brandy Bates
Beige Small Geometric Custom Euro Pleat Drape Single Panel
Luxury meets functionality, tradition meets modernity in the Euro Pleated Drapery. Top-gathered pleats create a waterfall effect for an updated take on the classic pleat that's perfect for classic and modern rooms alike. We love it in this tan & white mazelike lattice. a little pizazz will go a long way. -Pleats pinched at the top for a streamlined look -Highly functional fo...More
“The pattern and the way they fall” — vickiok
Judy Curtains 2 x Panels 60x84"ea. with Valance, 60x84+18 (2-Panels)
$44.99 $69.99 · More Sizes
Curtain set Includes: 2 Panels 60"Wx84"L + 18" Attached Valance 100% Polyester Machine Washable
“Curtain 2” — madisoncloutier
Solid Double Sheer Grommet Curtain Panels Robin Brown/Brown Glaze
$36.99 $44.99 · Only 4 Left
This lovely double layered sheer window curtains panel ROBIN with grommets is made of two sheer panels and are stitched together at top only, to create a double-layered effect. This brown and brown glaze double-layer voile window curtain panel, made of 10
Paradise Garden Victory Swag, Gold, 2 Scoop
The Paradise Garden Victory Swag is embraced by embroidered vines and tufted flowers on faux-silk, and finished with lavish tassel-trim and chair-tie accents as shown. Fashioned with front-tabs and elegantly draped from a decorative pole, this style will enhance any decor. This valance is 100% Polyester, unlined, and available in colors Gold, Green, and Ivory. The Victory Sw...More
“Family room” — mrsdeebee
Bamboo Palm Sunset Curtain
$43.68 $57.41 · Buy on Houzz
Very tropical bamboo curtain with tri palm sunset motif. Painted on both side and easily hangs under any door frame with the attached eye rings.
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Why might curtains be the right choice for my home?

In terms of window treatments, they offer a great marriage of style and function. If you're looking to control the amount of light in your space as well as add decorative appeal, new drapes may do just the trick. They absorb sound to create a quieter room, and are ideal for glass doors, and large adjoining windows.

What types of drapes are available?

There are many styles and types, so be sure to review all your options before making a decision. Here are some of your many options:
Sash: The most common modern style, these are unlined and designed only to filter light.
Sheer: Otherwise known as privacy drapes, sheers block the view from the outside in without obstructing the view from inside out. However, they are very thin and don't block light.
Rod Pocket: Made with a casing at the top that slips over the rod, rod pocket drapes often create a soft, ruffled effect and hide most of the rod.
Tab top: Tab top drapes are hung with a rod that slips through flat loops spaced along the top edge. Casual in appearance, they don't require pull cords or hardware for opening or closing.
Ring top: Hung from decorative rings attached at intervals across the top, ring tops are similar to tab-tops in that they don't require pull cords or hardware to open and close.
Grommet top: These are outfitted with grommet rings across the top, which house the rod. Grommet tops create a modern, pleated look when hung.
Thermal or blackout: Through extra lining and insulation, thermal drapes block significant light while protecting from heat and cold. These are ideal for privacy and saving money on electric bills.

What types of hardware should I consider for my window treatments?

The hardware you choose will often complete the look of your curtains. Here are the usual options:
Rods: The most common tool for hanging window treatments, rods are available in many different widths to fit varying window sizes. Use rod spaces to create depth by extending the rods away from the wall. Also, remember that the rod will be visible through sheer and ring-top drapes, so be sure its style matches your choice.
Finials: Finials are the decorative pieces that you find at the end of a rod. These come in many styles including scrolls, leaves, fleur-de-lis and balls. They also come in different finishes, like copper and brushed silver, allowing you to completely customize the look of your window treatment.
Rings: Generally decorative in nature, rings attach to the rod and allow your window treatments to easily open and close.
Tiebacks or holdbacks: Tiebacks are usually made of loops of fabric, brsaided ropes or tassels, and tie drapes at the center or back to the sides. Holdbacks are made of metal and are mounted to the walls beside the windows to hold back the fabric.

How do I determine the correct size curtain?

Be sure to get the length and width right for kitchen curtains. First determine length by measuring 6-8" above your window frame (where the rod will sit) down to your desired floor length (usually about 2-3" from the floor). In terms of width, they should extend 2-3" on each side of your window.
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