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Do you like the idea of a spa-themed bathroom? Hard to find the right shower curtain though, isn’t it? This beautiful shower curtain adds just the right note of luxury with its trimmed lace hem and crisp pique cotton material. Now, if you could just find a live-in masseuse.
Shower Curtain, Plain
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Where are your snorkel and fins? Put a little South Pacific in your bathroom with this charming shower curtain. It’s crisp cotton fabric and lace trim hem will delight you every time you step in the shower.
Shower Curtain, Coral, Duck Egg Blue
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This shower curtain is sure to delight you with its whimsical spray of boats and lighthouses embroidered on the crisp white, pique cotton and trimmed with lace. Clean, fresh and bright, it will make your bathroom a cheerful place to spend time.
Shower Curtain, Lighthouse and Sail Boat, Blue/White
$185 Only 8 Left
Can you smell the ocean? That salty, wonderful air makes you want to dive right in. This shower curtain carries all the promise of a wonderful day at the beach with its delicate, embroidered shellfish and scallops. Minus the sand, of course.
Shower Curtain, Scallop and Starfish, Beige
$185 Only 8 Left
The cool, two-tone design of these custom-made curtains will bring a vertical vibe to any window in your home. Enhance the feeling with a matching ticking stripe valance.
30” Tailored Tiers Ticking Stripe Curtains, Apple Green
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I ordered these velvet curtains in peacock for my newborn's window. They're fully lined so they help keep the light out when needed!
Dressing up a window with a pair of simple drapery panels can do wonders for a space! The pattern and color of this drapery panel will instantly draw your eye to the window and create a lovely focal point in any 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!
Add a graphic dash of paisley pattern to your windows with a cotton curtain panel or two from John Robshaw.
Pattern is a great place to start when trying to pull a room together. It can add so much interest, especially when done right (i.e. in a neutral color). I love these panels from West Elm and think they are so versatile.
I love the contrast in these classic contemporary curtains from West Elm. They're stimulating for baby's senses, but not overwhelming — a great balance for a nursery.
Color blocking? Check! Coral? Check! Cover up your windows with these rich and dramatic curtains. They are so modern, so fresh and so summer..
Buoyant bouncing bubbles in organic wood grain and their tracings in white grace this cool cylinder table lamp. You'll be equally captivated by its slim lines and simple metal stand. It's the masterpiece of Joe Futschick.
Hang this chandelier in your favorite setting — it’s like having your own personal solar system! Eight seeded glass globes suspend from slender arms of iron with a polished nickel finish for an effect that’s sophisticated yet fun.
Why not dress your windows in a beautiful ethnic ikat pattern? Get the look of custom made drapes for a catalog price with these linen window panels from West Elm.• 55% linen/45% cotton.• Patterned with a diamond trellis motif inspired by ikat graphics.• Grommet top.• Coordinates with west elm...
I love this linen set from Restoration Hardware, but what makes it unique is the set or rope tie backs.
Like blankets for your walls, velvet curtains keep the warmth in your house while softening the look of your windows.
Sumptuous and richly textured, these faux silk drapes are fully lined to keep your inside cool in summer and warm in winter. Constructed with a three-inch pole pocket for easy hanging and a clean vertical drape.
Elsa Beige Jacquard Curtain
$129 · More Sizes
Give your window a very cool cover with this striped curtain in lovely lavender and cream. There's nothing faux about this facade, which is the epitome of style.
Ticking Stripe 30" Tailored Tiers
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Designer Annika Rimala's 1963 pattern "Pippurikera" comes to life in this navy and white shower curtain by Crate & Barrel. This pattern is so versatile that it can easily go with any decor scheme already in place.
I love these chevron stripe curtain panels in gray, but I also love the idea of black and white chevron curtains.
I love the wide stripe of these drapery panels. They're a great way to add pattern without overpowering the room with a bold color.
Give your space a new outlook with these geometrically pleasing drapes. Each panel is finished with shade-enhancing lining to gently filter the light.
Tide Pools Printed Cotton Curtain
$79.99 · More Sizes
Adding drapery panels in this tangy tangerine hue will liven up a room. Mix them with cool blues and keep accessories in this color to a minimum for just the right pop of color.
A charming traditional toile print in black on a cream background. Includes two panels and two tiebacks.
96" Curtain Panels, Lined, Black Toile
$215 · More Styles
I know I'm not the only one who's excited about ruffles being back in style—can you get any more feminine? These ruffled curtains from Urban Outfitters let soft light drift into a room, and add a perfectly sophisticated and girly touch.
For that cool, calm ambiance of Industrial Chic, these curtain panels provide just enough "billowing in the breeze" but in the right color palette for a loft apartment.
I see this curtain in all types of rooms, and its simple style always blends seamlessly with its surroundings. It's available in a range of colors and sizes too, to make sure the look is just right.Dimensions vary. Available in a range of sizes and colors. Price ranges from $54 to $74 per panel.
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...
I am absolutely in love with this gray and white panel set from Z Gallerie! I want to buy this set for myself. Plus, gray is a neutral color that can be combined with a lot of other colors.
Montecito Panels - Grey
As painful as it can be to shut out the light, keeping curtains closed during the day goes a long way towards keeping your house cool. These linen curtain panels are lovely subtle options.
The beautiful ruffles on and calming color of these curtains help to soften the hard lines of bedroom 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.
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.
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.
Ivory and platinum are a great combination for a neutral palette. The subtle print is such a beautiful addition and adds a touch of spring to any space.
The Peyton drape is my go-to because it is one of the prettiest and most affordable lined, linen-blend drapes available.
In a mostly white room these would add a California sunshine kind of graphic impact. It would be hard not to feel happy when awakening to all this frivolity.
Layering these rich velvety curtains over your basic sheers would add instant charm and a touch of romanticism to your home.
I am usually no fan of curtains, but these panels would work perfectly for me. I like that they are flat panels, no frills, and effectively allow light to penetrate the space while still maintaining semblance of privacy.