How To Create Dreamy Bedrooms Using Bed curtains

The bedroom is, without any doubt, the ideal place for curtains. It’s why there are so many variations to choose from in terms of design. Canopy beds make great use of these elements in their own distinctive way but bed curtains can also be added separately to create a more intimate and comfortable ambiance.

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Use breezy curtains to delimitate the bed from the rest of the room. It will feel more intimate and private, even though the curtains are see-through.

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And if you plan to use the curtains for privacy, then they should be opaque. There are numerous ways in which you can hang them, including this very casual, DIY option. The bed curtains in this case also match the blinds.

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The curtains can also be just for show. They don’t have to be mobile or to wrap around the bed. A Four-corner approach seems like a great option.

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You can recreate the look of a canopy bed with curtains that are attached to the ceiling. The designs are completely different but they also present a few similarities.

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A large bedroom could use a bit of drama and you can achieve that with long, lush curtains. They can be fixed and tied with ribbons.

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These extra long and heavy curtains also have a dramatic impact on the décor, especially given their design which features black on the interior and grey on the exterior. The color duo was also used throughout the room in similar hues.

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If the bedroom is not particularly spacious yet to still want the bed to be surrounded by curtains, you can display a large mirror on one of the walls to create the impression of space and dimension.

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Turn a small nook into a cozy sleeping area and hide it behind a curtain. The slanted ceiling makes it even cozier in this particular case.

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Curtains can also be used to divide the bedroom in two separate areas. One can be a work area with a desk or it can contain a vanity. The other portion of the room can be the actual sleeping area with the bed and nightstands, perhaps the dresser as well.

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To make the division even clearer, columns can be part of the room’s design. The black trim on the curtains highlights the clean lines of the décor.{found on tobifairley}.

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Sheer curtains are ideal if you want the room to have a feminine look and a graceful design. Their color should the same one used on the walls or ceiling.

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Bed curtains don’t necessarily refer to those reminiscent of canopy beds. This curtain, for example, is used to hide the dressing area/ closet and is a lot better than a rigid wall.

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In an open floor plan, bed curtains can be used to separate the bedroom from the living area. They can be opaque for increased privacy or see-through to maintain a natural flow between the spaces.

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And did you think we forgot about bunk beds? They too can feature curtains. In fact, their look and design completely changes when curtains are added, regardless of their color, pattern or material.{found on 4men1lady}.