How To Add Privacy And Make A Statement With A Curtain Wall

I love how much curtains can change the décor in a room. By simply including this décor element into a room’s design you can easily change the mood and the atmosphere. The bedroom becomes more inviting and cozy, the living room has a more elegant allure and even the dining room can benefit from such a feature. But curtains can be more than just a window treatment. They can also be used in other ways.

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This decorative metal chain curtain definitely makes a statement

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For a smooth transition between spaces you should opt for breezy curtains

by Ruskrenovations

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These long and heavy double curtains give the bedroom plenty of privacy

by Marisa Pellegrini

A curtain wall can be a subtle divider between two spaces such as the living and dining areas for example. Instead of having solid doors divide these spaces you can create a smooth and seamless transition with curtains. A similar idea can also be applied to spaces like the bedroom, in case it’s adjacent to the living room. You can replace the wall between the rooms with long lush curtains.

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Curtain walls can make a small room seem more open

by Susan Teare

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Beautiful use of curtains to hide a small dining area

by Tracy Murdock

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Turn your basement into a recreation area and use curtains to delimit the areas

by Gibeon Phototgraphy

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Breezy white curtains give this patio a sophisticated allure
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A large entry area or hallway can be divided into separate spaces with curtains

by Cityloft

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Incorporate curtains into your room dividers’ design for a more sophisticated look

by Mikiko Kikuyama

The curtains will offer you privacy and will make the room feel more cozy and welcoming. Of course, sound will travel through the curtains so if you have a particular problem with that maybe a wall or a door would be a much better choice.

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Add curtains to your patio for shade and style

by Tyrone Mitchell

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Cozy sleeping area with curtains in the kids’ room

by Ashley Campbell

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Curtains are great for hiding service spaces like this laundry area

by Corynne Pless

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Custom-made curtains and rods will perfectly match and complement your décor

by Susan Manrao

In any case, there are lots of ways in which you can integrate curtains into your home’s décor and make them stand out. Also, this is a very versatile feature which you can integrate in almost any room of the house. Curtains are a nice option when you want to divide a big area in smaller spaces while maintaining its flexibility.