This collection consists of a wide variety of eclectic living rooms, ranging in style from ultra modern to traditional and luxurious. Look for heavier drapes combined with sheers across the window to preserve privacy, but not block the light entirely.
In this gallery, most of the curtains are decorative in nature, providing contrast to furniture or walls, or reinforcing the style of a room.
In the end, how you decide to use your curtains in your design is entirely up to you, whether you choose to use them as purely decoration, or for a more functional purpose.
The eye-popping pattern of these brown and cream curtains contrast strongly with the textured solid furniture upholstery throughout the room. The subtle texture of these butter-yellow curtains complements the delicate floral motif of the chair and accent pillows.
Billowy white curtains are thick enough to fully obscure and maintain the privacy of the occupants when they are pulled to cover the massive seamless windows. The incredible elegance of these drapes and the accompanying valance corresponds with the deep tray ceiling and the varying shades of neutral beige throughout the space.
Rich satin curtains are paired with sleek leather seating and a contemporary dark wood coffee table.
Simple beige curtains can take narrow, high windows and pull the eye down to the floor, adding height to the room.
The festive cream and light red valance adds a whimsical air to this otherwise simple, contemporary living room. Soft sage green solid curtains complement the striped couch and textured armchairs.
In a mostly white living room, sheer curtains in a slightly more neutral shade are a welcome change and provide an easier transition to some of the darker furniture. When added to the already sunny yellow living room, these strawberry motif curtains add a charming, quaint detail that picks up the color of the accent pillows and of the beautiful vase of flowers. The light shining on these red curtains turns them almost gold-orange, adding an extra layer of dimension to this simple two-color design. This traditional living room has a few pops of color in the furniture upholstery, which pull from the floral pattern of the drapes. Floral curtains add an additional feminine touch to the light pink armchair, and accents throughout this room. Paired with a bold floral print armless chair, these more subtle dahlia curtains act as a complementary piece.
The odd shape of the walls seem to cut away the tops of the yellow and red tasseled curtains when viewed from outside the living room area. Heavy traditional curtains in a light blue frame the bay windows behind a small table and armless chairs. Bold yellow curtain panels make a striking statement in this mostly white and cream living room.