85 light fixtures kitchen Curtains
*Eye-catching yet subtle giraffe pattern; EZ to decorate with; Complements existing room decoration.
Sheer linen edged with a 1/2-inch ruffle makes a sweet and simple curtain panel for your vintage country decor, adding just a touch of light-filtering softness. The old-fashioned cloth ties at the top let your curtain rod show, adding to the casual cottage look.
You get the medal for style. Each of these lined curtain panels features repeated filigreed medallions of teal and gold on a white cotton background. Pick the lengths you need — and then customize your look by hanging them with either the rod pocket, the hidden back tabs or rings (not included).
I love this white-on-white curtain option from West Elm. The dainty texture it adds to the room is lovely. It would be perfect for a cozy kitchen or a little girl's room.
I like the idea of swapping out curtain panels with the seasons. These panels would be a good option for locations that don't get much light during the cooler months. And the pattern is a good option for everyone!
I love this linen set from Restoration Hardware, but what makes it unique is the set or rope tie backs.
The lighthouse and stripe pattern design give a nautical ocean vibe to your kitchen decor. This elegant set features rod-pocket styling for hanging ease and proper pattern display.
Window coverings are an important addition to your kitchen, especially if it faces directly east or west and is hit hard by the sun.
I would love to add these curtains to the master bedroom. Their hard-to-find gray matches perfectly with what's already in the space, and I like the unique pattern too.
Montecito Panel, Gray
The delicate Savannah Taupe Kitchen Window Curtains and Valences adds a light and breezy feel to your kitchen with its embroidered flower details. Let natural light peak through the detailed curtains to enhance your window.
Soft blue-green and ivory striped curtains are neutral, but can still add a little bit of interest to light walls in a coastal-inspired interior.
What a great color of green for this beautiful valance. The valance style window treatment works really well for rooms where sun and privacy is not a problem. A valance will soften the window without blocking light and view.
Reminiscent of a French cafe, these valances would be the ideal addition to any kitchen or breakfast nook. The soft stripes would play well with any and all surfaces in the space.
Looking for handmade, lovely window treatments that won't break the bank? I found these lovely ones made of 100 percent linen on Etsy!
Curtains, curtains and more curtains! I don't think I can stress enough how quickly and easily a set of curtains can change the entire look of a space, especially a dining room. I love these ikat panels from West Elm because their pattern is just enough to be interesting without being overpowering.
Get the look of custom made drapes with these paisley print silk curtains from West Elm. They are a great neutral color combination and they let the light stream through.• Silk.• Pole pocket top treatment.• Coordinates with west elm window hardware (sold separately).• All sizes 48"w.
Burlap is a great fabric that goes with all sorts of styles, from French flea market to contemporary, and these curtains will add the texture to your windows with aplomb.50" wide; available in four lengthsMade of kenaf.Hangs from the deep pole pocket for a casual, romantic look.Detailed with...
Sheer and elegant, these damask curtains from Dian Austin Couture Home are ideal for a bedroom or living room with that perfect amount of lighting filtering through tree branches.
I love the subtle pattern on this curtain set from West Elm. It would be a perfect choice in a room that has a lot of light to shine through the fun pattern!
Hand-drawn chevrons are printed on subtly textural, handwoven silk. Rendered in a palette of soft neutrals to gently diffuse the light.
Like blankets for your walls, velvet curtains keep the warmth in your house while softening the look of your windows.
Of course, custom rules, but these heavier-weight, lined drapery panels in 50" or 100" widths would keep costs down. Summer breeze, no extra charge.
The Peyton drape is my go-to because it is one of the prettiest and most affordable lined, linen-blend drapes available.
I love this pattern for the window treatment, and the color is the perfect pastel to go with a darker wall.
Easily brighten the kitchen or dining room without reducing ambient light by using this simple swag set. It features a check print that will compliment many types of decor and is available in bold and subdued hues suitable for many interiors.
I'm a big fan of sheer panels in a bedroom. If the space gets a lot of light, I'd layer these over wood slat blinds for better coverage.
The print on this pair of curtains makes me think of Jack and the Beanstalk, making it a fun choice for the bedroom of a little one with lots of imagination.
Chevron and zig-zag patterns don't show any signs of losing popularity anytime soon, and these lovely graphic print curtains in soft gray will add sophisticated style to your windows.
I love a zig and I love a zag, and I go kookoo for a zig zag. These printed curtains add a global layer of style to your windows, and let the light stream in. • 100% silk.• Zigzag stripes add bold, graphic appeal as they gently filter the light.• Pole pocket top.• Coordinates with west elm window...
It’s amazing how simple curtains can elevate a kitchen space. I’d go for mint green treatments to keep things feeling light.
Switching out your current curtains for these vintage velvet drapes will immediately add an air of luxury and glamour to your home. They are reminiscent of the velvet riding hats and coats worn by equestrians.
These kitchen tiers have a unique appeal that complements any casual or formal decor. The light-filtering, crushed voile body is accented with intricate macrame along the bottom.
Bali 38-Inch Swag
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