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CURTAINS: GET INSPIRED BY THE SELECTION FROM THE BEST

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CURTAINS: GET INSPIRED BY THE SELECTION FROM THE BEST

A house without curtains is a naked house. But it is not easy to decide which curtains to buy. The fabric, the colour, plain or patterned, drapes, blinds, the type … A whole world to lose yourself in unless you have the right inspiration. Here you will find it.

Curtains Top 50

Journalists specialized in decoration

Updated to Jan 20, 2021, 1:09 PM

1.

WARM COLORS

With large windows and plenty of natural light, choosing fabrics in rich colours like this tan is a great idea. In addition, you can also allow yourself to add curtains and blinds.

Leroy Merlin sofa. Coffee tables, in Mercader de Venecia. Carpet, in Gra. From Vive Estudio.

2.

FALLS AND SCREENS

What do you want to dress the windows without fabrics that take up too much …? Light falls and screens that go down super smooth.

These are from Maisons du Monde. It is the reading corner of the interior designer Aurora Monasterio. Side table, from La Nave Home. Carpet, by Zara Home. 

3.

MATCHING THE SOFAS

The space is much more harmonious, and in beige tones, they are immensely suffered.

These curtains, like the coffee tables and the table lamp, are from Meritxell Ribé-The Room Studio. The rug is by Nani Marquina, and the basket is by Home Design International. 

FOUR.

A DUO THAT NEVER FAILS

Putting two curtains to dress the windows does not fail. In addition, this way you have more options to control the entrance of the light. But if, in addition, they are white and a light gray, they will be timeless and will not go out of style. And if you want to change the colour range of your living room, do it with accessory textiles such as cushions and plaids. With this combination, the result is ten.

Sofa and coffee table, made to measure, by Renova. Floor lamp, by Aromas de Campo. Cortinas, by Güell-Lamadrid.

5.

DOUBLE CURTAINS WITH AN INFALLIBLE COMBINATION

Although a double curtain has also been chosen in this room, taupe colour and pristine white have been selected. The key to keeping the light going and keeping the atmosphere bright and warm? Use a sheer type of linen fabric that allows light to pass through, although it looks a rather dark tone.      

Sofas by T&C Projects, in Matèria. Armchair by Kave Home and coffee table by Sacrum. Floor lamp in Carolina Blue. 

6.

THE RAIL, CAMOUFLAGED

In this room where gray tones predominate, white curtains have been selected (they never fail). And so that the rail does not stand out, but rather is intuited, it has been chosen in the same colour as the joinery, so that it is (almost) invisible. 

All the furniture, lamps and curtains are from Antinea Interiorismo. On the sofas, cushions and blankets of Sitjar. 

7.

HIDDEN BEHIND THE CAST

Although these curtains – which are double – have been chosen in the same neutral tones as the rest of the room. White and beige triumph. Its remote system and its volume help to create a calm, warm and elegant environment. 

Poufs by Leroy Merlin and floor lamp by Santa & Cole. 

8.

CURTAINS THAT PROVIDE TEXTURE

The curtains for the bedroom have to be thick, insulating and with a nice fall. But they also have to be decorative. Like the ones in this bedroom in which grays predominate and have also been chosen with texture, enhancing the elegance of the tufted headboard. 

Sitjar striped bedspread, blanket and cushions. Linen sheet and quadrant from Zara Home. Matèria point quadrants. Mirrors by Carolina Blue. 

9.

A BLIND FOR EACH WINDOW

Instead of large blinds, as on other occasions, those who wear these windows are individual and each of a different size. This controls the entry of light, and the best thing is that they reach the ground to offer the necessary privacy. 

Sofa, design by Bárbara Sindreu and made by Miki Beumala. Armchair by Coton et Bois and side table by Little House. The decorator designed coffee tables.

10.

LARGE BLINDS FOR LARGE WINDOWS

The decorator Asun Antó chose huge blinds to control the light that filters through the vast windows for this room. Being a packet style –which seems to make waves when gathered up– the effect is relaxed, and light access can be controlled.

Velvet sofas, wooden coffee table and carpet, in Coton et Bois. Rope armchair, by Ofelia Home Decor.

11.

CURTAINS FOR A RUSTIC LIVING ROOM

The curtains in the living room, although discreet, must respond to the same aesthetic as the rest of the decoration. These have been chosen in the same colour as the sofa upholstery, creating a very harmonious space. 

Armchair by Portobellostreet with fabrics by La Maison, pouf by Miv Interiores and stool by Merc & Cia. Bruce coffee table. Trays and mirrors from Merc & Cia. Blankets from Zara Home and carpet from Ikea. The fireplace is the Edilkamin Flat model. Chestnut and oak wood front installed by Lucerna Design. 

12.

A TRADITIONAL CURTAINS WITH A MODERN POINT

The truth is that curtains are an infallible option: decorative, light, fresh, and your windows will look more elegant. But to give them a modern touch, the interior designer Elba Danel, from Sube Interiorismo, opted for contrasting rails. Not only are they black, but their fixation on the ceiling is reminiscent of old pipes. 

13.

TWO CUSTOM BLINDS

In this cozy and bright bedroom, custom-made blinds have been chosen to dress the windows. And it is that when there is a ‘rare’ window, they are the best option. Although they are a bit more expensive, the result is much better. 

Headboard, designed by Sube Interiorismo, custom-designed by Deco Lur Sofa. Wallpaper, Voyage model, in Gancedo. Wall lamp, Astro model, in Susaeta Lighting. Bedside table, by Crystal Decoration. Blinds, by Sube Interiorismo, with Jover fabric, Vintage Raya model, made in Denbora & Galeo.

14.

DOUBLE WHITE AND MUSTARD CURTAINS

A type of curtain in white, ideal to limit the sun’s entrance during the day, and another in a thicker fabric in a mustard colour, which prevents the entry of cold and light, guaranteeing a restful sleep. A guaranteed success. 

Headboard and bedside table, designed by Natalia Gómez Angeles. 

15.

BLINDS THAT ARE NOT SEEN

Because, in this case, we wanted to delegate all the decorative power to the carpet, blinds have been chosen that thoroughly blend in with the wall so that, although they fulfill their function, they maintain the aesthetics of the rest of the decoration. Of this room. 

Sofas, coffee table and carpet by Ajanta Interiores. Lo de Manuela cushions, in Mestizo Store. Becara lamp.

16.

A CURTAINS FOR A TRIANGULAR WINDOW

Sometimes the windows have shapes that do not meet the usual standards. That means using your imagination and finding ingenious and decorative solutions at the same time. And they have done so in this rustic bedroom, in which the curtain has the triangular shape of the window. Without a doubt, the most striking thing is the attractive shape that is achieved when it is collected. 

Duvet cover (Alvine Kvist model), Christmas decorations and Ikea rug. Matèria beige cushion. Chioma lamps.

17.

LINEN, A SAFE BET

It is a fabric that absorbs heat and moisture very well and is also hygienic. Another exciting plus? They do not yellow and become softer with each wash. If you hang them a little damp, they will have fewer wrinkles.

18.

SOME XXL CURTAINS

In this summer living room, the curtains are vaporous and combine with the freshness provided by the fibres. Its beige colour helps raise the temperature, although if something stands out, it is its remote system, which takes advantage of the architecture of this house. Thus, they seem to come straight out of the wall. 

Sofas, Mobles Riera. Puff, as a coffee table, and rug, by Gan, at Stand del Mueble. Curtains, by Lluís Decor. Floor lamp TTM, by Santa & Cole, in Stand del Mueble. Rattan beanbags in Calma House. Side table, by Con Alma Design. 

19.

SIMPLICITY IN THE CURTAINS

Sometimes the simplest solution is the most stylish. And that has been done in this cozy rustic bedroom. Simple taupe linen curtains cover the windows leading to the small balcony.   

The headboard of work. Armchair and lamps, by Sophie Battaglia. Carpet, from Little House.

20.

ETERNAL CURTAINS

For a long time that passes, gathered curtains are still a good choice, especially in spaces with a classic cut. These are made of linen, a fibre almost twice as strong as cotton. Investing in linen and a gathering system is investing in an eternal curtain—space decorated by Asun Antó. 

21.

A COMBINATION THAT FITS

White falls in the rest area and movable slats in the gallery. The falls are more suitable for the bedroom because they dress, give greater privacy and are more serene. And the slats are for the gallery: to graduate the entrance of light while preserving privacy.

22.

PATTERNS WITHOUT FEAR

Stepping into this kitchen is like stepping on the stage of a play inspired by the English countryside. And, of course, something so special deserved a triumphal entry: a patterned curtain almost like a curtain.

The fabric is by Jim Thomson, and the wallpaper is by Laura Ashley. Everything at Federica & Co.

23.

COTTON, FRESH AND LIGHT

Perfect if you want to dress your windows naturally and casually. Don’t be obsessed with wrinkles. Natural cotton is not entirely smooth.

In white, it filters the light without diminishing clarity. Bench and stool, in Coton et Bois, and armchair, in Catalina House.

24.

THE CURTAINS THAT DRAW

If you want the space to be much more elegant, the best are the falls to the floor, also for the bathroom.

These are from Ikea. The vanity unit and the washbasin are by Vidrebany, the taps are by Hansgrohe, and the towels are by Matèria.

25.

CURTAINS ALSO OUTSIDE

They are a great and very personal idea to protect a porch from the sun without closing it. 

Panton model chairs, by Casa y Campo. Wood and iron table, made by the owner of the house and ceiling lamp, by DM Interiors.

26.

WITH A MOLDING THAT HIDES THE BAR

A classic style solution that frames and gives prominence to the combination of curtains. Painted in a different colour to the wall, it provides an exceptional touch.

Decorator Gisela Grande’s space. Chairs by Sacrum. 

27.

A PERFECT LINEN BLIND

How do you get it? The amount of wrinkle that forms will depend on the manufacturer’s ratio of polyester to linen. The more polyester, the minor crease you will have.

Sofa, by Frajumar. Coffee tables, designed by Luderna Design, responsible for the project. Carpet, by Benita. 

28.

SKIRTED CURTAINS

A very decorative classic idea that helps to harmonize different spaces. How? Look at the colour of the dining room curtain skirts and the living room cushions.

The curtains are made with Gancedo fabrics, like the upholstery of the chairs.

29.

LIGHTED CURTAINS

With LEDs are hidden in the false ceiling, the curtains are bathed in light and provide more warmth to the space. The apartment was renovated by the architect Antonio Cortines and decorated by Emma Masana.

Wood and velvety cotton headboard, by CM Textiles. 

30.

MIX STRIPES WITHOUT FEAR

If you like them, don’t stop doing it. Here, some on the carpet, from La Albaida, and others, on the curtains. For them to be perfect, it is good that they maintain at least one colour in common. The result is natural, personal and with country air. The decorator is Barbara Plattel.

31.

MATCHING STRIPES

A blue slatted headboard and blue striped curtains; not only decorate but somehow “collect” the bed, which seems to float among waves. Thus, the bedroom of Pia Capdevila, the decorator, does not need much more.

The curtains are from Habitat.

32.

A BLIND TO MATCH THE CARPENTRY

What do you get? Framing the exterior as a painting and at the same time separating itself from the rest of the kitchen thus gains more prominence.

Topcuines furniture. Countertop, by TST. Stools, by Cristina Carbonell, the kitchen designer. Sink, by Villeroy & Boch.

33.

DOUBLE CURTAINS, DOUBLE ELEGANCE

And more possibility to play with them. Suppose you want clarity, both open. That the sun bothers? You draw the curtain. If you want total privacy or a darker environment to watch your favourite series, the two runs, you can have it all. 

34.

IN CLASSIC-CHIC STYLE

Spectacular balcony doors, ceiling mouldings, sculptures, antique mirrors … A floor with a large base needs curtains to match. Like these silky curtains, with sparkles and held with a clamp, in the purest classic style. They are perfect in an environment as sophisticated as this.

35.

EYELET CURTAINS

It is a great system to draw the curtains smoothly and quickly. Yes, you have to be careful with them when washing them. The most advisable thing is to take them to the dry cleaner so that the metal of the rings does not leave rust on the fabric.

36.

USE THE CURTAINS ALSO AS DOORS

In this bedroom, they replace the closet doors giving the room its style and lots of colours. To make them more decorative, fringe at the end and the top hem. And another plus: they have the same colour as the bedspread, which creates a more harmonious space.

37.

WITH SHINE, ELEGANCE AND MORE LIGHT

Satin curtains like this reflect light, so they are ideal for classic settings where you want to give more clarity and sophisticated touch.

It is the home of the stylist Isabel Flores, with a KA International sofa, upholstered with Gancedo fabric and a secretary desk, by Berenice Antigüedades y Décor. 

38.

A TRICK BAR

If you have a small window or a narrow exit, place a long bar that goes beyond the joinery so that when you open the curtains, they are against the wall and do not cover an inch of glass. The optical effect you will achieve is that the windows appear much more prominent. 

39.

A PERFECT BALANCE

If the package-type blinds are a classic and the golden bars reinforce the style, hang the drops with rings, which will give a more informal air.

These are from Coton et Bois, like the sofa, the sideboard, the coffee table, the chandelier and the curtains.

40.

AN IDEAL MIX FOR THE LITTLE ONE’S ROOM

A blind with narrow slats and curtains allow us to adjust the light we want to enter the room to the millimetre. White is perfect because it will combine with everything, something significant in rooms where the mixture of colours is not lacking. 

Dijous’ cradle. 

41.

FABRICS WITH INTENTION

The type of fabric for your curtains is a crucial choice. If you want something very natural, choose linen or cotton; if you are looking for sophistication, silk; and if you wish to light, like here, a curtain.

Chairs, sofas and armchair, by Borgia Conti. Coffee table, in Raffles & Gloss. By Marta Echevarrieta and Bárbara Crooke. 

42.

IN THE KITCHEN, CURTAINS THAT RESIST

Because they will get dirty more quickly than those in the living room, it is good to install stain-resistant curtains. They can be washed with a cloth or put in the washing machine, and the treatment makes it easier for the stain to disappear. 

43.

FOR UNEVEN WINDOWS

In curtains, there are solutions for everything, such as for this irregularly shaped window. Any curtain could not be put on a bathtub. This one, with slats, resists humidity and at the same time does not take up space, neither open nor closed.

44.

VERY LIGHT CURTAINS

So they are. These curtains, in addition, do not even have metal catchers. With its same fabric, the loops have been created with which the bar will be held. If you want to make them yourself, just cut strips of the same material, hem both sides and sew them on the inside of the curtain.  

45.

THE SAME CURTAINS INSIDE AND OUTSIDE

The textiles, like the colours, unify the rooms. Here, the curtains give way to the living room from this frame painted in the Renaissance style and those that dress the windows.

They are made with Elite Decor fabric. 

46.

A CORNER CURTAIN

Hiding the bar under trim is a perfect solution for camouflaging angled systems that can be unpleasant to look at. In white and with a very open weave, the curtains are very bright, ideal for a room where there are no more than meters.  

47.

VERY VERY COUNTRY

The window is decorated with linen curtains that allow light to enter and at the same time give a rustic and informal touch to the bathroom.

They are from Coordonné. The sink is from Roca, and the towel rack is from Better & Best. The towels are from El Corte Inglés and the appliques from Geneviève Lethu.

48.

MATCHING THE HEADBOARD

An upholstered headboard decorates itself. And if you add the curtains, the result is round. In blue-gray colour, it gives personality to the bedroom, yes, you must have a good entrance of light.

Curtains and headboard by Margarita Ventura. Ceiling lamp, in La Maison. 

49.

TO FLOWERS, THE CLASSIC THAT NEVER DIES

Flowers never go out of style and are an ideal pattern for country-nostalgic stays. Here, the gold bar raises the level of textiles and also the bedroom.

SCV Estudio curtains. Bedroom decorated by Sofía Calleja.

50.

CURTAINS: THE LATEST IN FABRICS, COLORS AND PATTERNS

  • Where you need maximum privacy and where you can afford a lighter curtain.
  • And everything that surrounds the window that you will dress because the decoration will be final to choose the style and colour.

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