907 ribbon tie curtains Products
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.
Ruffle Tobacco Linen Curtain Panel, 42"x84"
$110.40 Only 5 Left · More Styles
This clever tie back adds antique style to any room in the house. It's like accessorizing your windows and drapes some jewelry.
Love the simplicity of these linen panels with a soft pink tie at the top. A perfect addition to a nursery or little girl's room.
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.
Roman shades work so well in kitchen spaces. I love that this one in a French stripe has a vintage feel.
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!
The perfect gift when you're someone's houseguest, this transferware glass soap tray and matching scented soap feature an elegant peacock feather. Gift boxed for your convenience.
Square Peacock Plume Tray Soap Set
$20 Only 2 Left
Pillows with two contrasting sides make a bold statement, and make changing the look of a bed so simple. The tiny ribbon ties adds a sweet touch no matter which color is showing.
The perfect hostess gift when you're staying with friends or family, this transferware glass soap tray and scented soap, wrapped in coordinating paper, feature a songbird and delicate flowers. Gift boxed for easy gifting.
Studio Rectangle Meadow Tray and Soap Set
$24.50 Only 4 Left
The perfect hostess gift for your friends and family, this transferware glass soap tray and coordinating scented soap evoke thoughts of Paris. Gift boxed for your convenience.
Square J'Adore Tray Soap Set
$20 Only 3 Left
These dotted drapes add a little extra something. I'd love to dress up a few windows in my house with these.
These bronzed branch curtain tiebacks are a gentle nod to the winter season, and they bring in just the right amount of whimsical flair. I'm a huge fan of decorating with branches, and I love that these are just one more way to incorporate the look.
Trimmed window treatments, whether shades or curtains, add a finished touch to a room. Buy yours already trimmed or purchase some fun Greek key tape and trim your own.
I love this linen set from Restoration Hardware, but what makes it unique is the set or rope tie backs.
Use this exquisitely crafted tassel as a curtain tie back or a hanging decoration and add a refined coastal feel to your home. You will change the look of your door, floor lamp, wall or mantle when hanging this gorgeous piece.1 year limited warrantyTassel tied by handChain made from Carabao horn...
Sarmaticus Turbo Shell Tassel & Curtain Tieback
$49.50 Only 5 Left · More Designs
These linen drapery panels have been a long-time favorite. I recently used them in my daughter's room and added ribbon around the edges for an extra detail.
These lucite curtain rods are a perfect way to add a simple, elegant touch of clear. They're so unique!
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.
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!
This ikat panel is a fun way to bring some print into your home for the warmer months. I like how light and airy they feel and they tie in so well with the popular gray and white color scheme.
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...
Decorative curtain tie backs are like the jewelry of your windows. The Crown Tassel is elegant and sophisticated...a royal touch for any drapery.
I actually just hung these beautiful Lenda curtains in my own home. Although they are 100 percent cotton, they have the look and feel of linen, and for a fraction of the cost.
OK, these curtains could be a risky addition, but imagine large gray polka dots added to them or tying them back with neon tiebacks — there's potential there.
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.
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.
This shower curtain gives new meaning to shabby chic. It's monogrammed burlap! I love the fringe at the bottom of the curtain. It adds just a little something to jazz up the plain burlap fabric.
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.
This ruffled, ombré shower curtain features pink, orange and red fabric. It's a total flirt and would be absolutely adorable in a girl's bathroom.
Now if Holly Golightly had to whip up a dress from drapes a la Scarlett O'Hara, here's hoping she would have these chic black drapes to work with! You haven't lived until you try black drapes.
I love this gray, teal and turquoise drape set from Urban Outfitters! The pattern and color scheme are awesome.
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.
Toile fabrics are classically beautiful. And now they are available in lots of great color combinations that will work with almost any decorating style. I love the red and yellow color scheme of these scalloped valances. The box pleats give this valance a custom look.
Top off your draperies with beautiful tiebacks. They add that finishing touch that takes a window treatment to the next level. I love the braided style of these...simple, but oh, so elegant.
This is a casual take on the honeycomb pattern. The open stitching creates such a soft look for this graphic print.
Color blocking? Check! Coral? Check! Cover up your windows with these rich and dramatic curtains. They are so modern, so fresh and so summer..