Living Room Curtains Next

Living Room Curtains Next
Raymond R. James January 3, 2022

Curtains

Living Room Curtains Next

My fiancé and I are debating, I really want the curtains there to help add some color and soften up the look of the room.Also to me it doesn't look right when the other large window in the room has curtains, I like things to match! .

Curtains for Sliding Door and Window Next to it

Below is a picture of the faux-wood vertical blinds the seller left us for the sliding door to the deck and window next to it.For the door, I'm thinking of going with gray sheer linen curtains (sample below) so that we get light and some privacy. .

55 Best Living Room Curtain Ideas

You can get creative—much like Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent did in their Montauk beach house by utilizing seagrass rugs as curtains—and you can mix and match prints and patterns. .

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Curtains For Living Room With Blinds.

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Living Room Curtains Bay Window.

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