Net curtains. Net curtains are back in fashion, and should no longer be associated with fusty, old-fashioned interiors. Plain white, thin net curtains make a room appear more elegant, and from a practical side, stop people peering into your living room. If you prefer patterns, it's advisable to keep it minimal, or focussed only on the bottom half of the curtain. Patterns such as leaves and flowers are usually preferred, as they serve as a connection between the outside and inside space.
For your living room and kitchen, you may want to consider a swag curtain pattern for your windows. They are similar to curtains for French doors but smaller in size. Their purpose is to simply cover the frames of the windows and add elegant details to them, while still allowing some amount of sunlight to keep your living room or kitchen bright in the morning.
Swags are treatments that are scalloped in shape. Several swags might be used on a single window at the top of hanging Cascades or Jabots that are long drapes with angled hems that hang on each side of the window. The many different types of curtains and materials might appear confusing. However, once the types of curtains are viewed and understood, a decision will become clearer. The use of curtains in any room can add personality and class along with providing a purpose. The additional use of decorative hardware such as a decorative rod or rings can only add character.
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