Curtain. Saturday , June 23rd , 2018 - 03:09:16 AM
Decorating with shades of violet can be tricky since the color is so bold. Remember that the intensity of the color will be amplified when placed against any shade of yellow since they are opposite of one another on the color wheel. You can use this to your advantage if you have a large room where you need to chop up the space into more manageable areas. On the other hand, you can use a monochromatic color scheme where your draperies, walls, and fabrics are all of the same family for smaller rooms. Having matching colors will trick the eyes and the mind into perceiving more space.
New styles turn your curtains into focal points in your decor. Asian curtains, for example, bring a touch of the Eastern culture into your house. Whether your decor is modern or classic, these beautifully designed curtains become as important in the balance of your living room or bedroom as a wall hanging or a piece of art. The White Bonzai Faux Silk Bamboo Design Rod Pocket Curtain, for example, has a feel of real silk, and depicts a design of bamboo. The overall effect is stunning.
Violet colored draperies are also perfect for a little girl's room. Imagine decorating a room for a little girl with shades of lavender and having iridescent, lilac colored curtains. For a softer, more country looking style, you could choose fabrics that are light colored but have small lavender flower prints on them. These would also be excellent for kitchens that are decorated in a country style. Older girls in their teen years may appreciate designs that are slightly edgier. One way to introduce a more whimsical style to an otherwise boring room is to install amethyst colored vintage curtains or vintage inspired curtains. These can be used to create a retro vibe, which is very popular with the younger generations. One benefit of buying vintage window treatments is that you can often find them on sale at garage sales or in thrift shops for nominal prices, making them both economical and stylish.
First however, you must think about how the rest of your home will go with the design. For instance, if you have a Victorian style home, you'll most likely want to get curtains that are more in a Victorian style or that maybe have designs that lean more towards the Victorian era. If you have a room that is more contemporary, maybe minimalist designs will work for you. A plain pole could be a great start for a room that has little to no elaborate décor. Once you begin with the plain pole, you can start to hang up all kinds of curtains from frilly designs to the more solid colored curtains. Rooms that are more contemporary can benefit greatly from a bit of color here or there.
Pictures of books, cultural symbols and animals can be found in completely realistic form rather than abstract shapes. Abstract shapes abound as well, and there really are colors that are not seen often in nature or anywhere else.
If you are hoping that your curtains will do more than just decorate your home, consider a solar curtain. These are very inexpensive, and can, in fact, be sold by the roll and cut to fit. This is ideal for the kitchen or the bathroom, where windows can be of an irregular size. Place this curtain between your window and curtain, and it will block damaging UV rays, and well as stop the flow of heat and cool air through the window. You can order panels from Dr. Leonard's, through the retailer's website.
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