Curtain colour combinations that are sure to brighten your home!
When we build our homes, we leave out many details, like how the colours of the curtains will play out or how specific curtain colours can make a huge difference to the room’s ambience. At DesignCafe, we make it a point to give you all the intricate details so that your home can look the best with the simplest hacks. Today we have our latest blog on Curtain Colour Combinations For Your Home. Check it out now!
Printed Curtain For A Kid’s Room
Giving kids a room with lots of floor space and fun coloured themes is a win-win situation. Vibrant colours not just make your kids’ room look beautiful but add a fun element too. Curtain colours instantly add a pop of vibrance to the pace and are easy on the pocket too. If bright colours seem too much, you can add printed curtains in cute motifs for a subtle touch. This kid’s bedroom has a blue and white theme to it. With a dark blue patterned wallpaper, this one’s a fun place to be in. The curtain is kept simple to compensate for the bright colours and accents. This will also help bring ample natural light and fresh air into this bedroom.
A Multi Coloured Curtain Colour Combination For Home
If you like colours and patterns, this curtain colour combination is for you. A multi-coloured curtain against the window in the living room brings a happy hippy vibe throughout the space. The lampshades between a contrasting coloured sofa in white bring a sense of sunset. The dark-coloured walls match beautifully with the multi-coloured curtains, making the pace look vibrant and lively.
Soothing Curtain Colours For White Walls
Want reminders of your last beach vacation? Why not tweak your living room? This gorgeous breezy living room with smart wooden flooring represents the sand at the beach. Now let’s make this living room a little more beachy by playing around with curtain colours representing the sea.
Blue and white is a perfect curtain colour combination where blue represents the calm yet mystic ocean while white resonates with the waves. Add a teal sofa unit and some soothing wallpaper to amplify the calmness of the space.
Brilliant Beige Colour Curtains
Do you have a small living room? Could you somehow make it look spacious and bigger? Using beige-coloured curtains makes a room look much more spacious. We have added a wall-mounted tv unit to free up the floor space. You can also add patterned wallpaper to add an aesthetic touch. Clean lines, functional furniture and ample lights are all you need to brighten up your home.
Go Bold With Blue Colour Curtains
If a bold interior is your comfort and you love a soft blue, this blue wall curtain idea for this gorgeous and classic living room is truly a boon. Look at how beautifully this room comes together with contrasting colours of blue and grey. You can add a blue sofa to match the curtain colours. A decorous wall panelling, wooden furniture and accent lights are all you need to make your home interiors the talk of the town.
FAQs On Curtain Color Combination
Should curtains match wall colours?
Curtains don’t necessarily need to match the wall colours. You can use contrasting shades to add some character to the room. However, having a cohesive vibe between the curtains and the wall colour is important for each to complement the other.
Which colour is best for curtains?
The best colour of curtains depends on the room’s aesthetics and your requirements. Some people prefer dark hues and heavy drapes, while others prefer a more light, breezy feel. The most popular curtain colours are browns, beiges, whites and greys.
What colour curtains go with white walls?
White walls complement almost every curtain colour. Beiges, blues, soft pinks and even white curtains look great with white walls.
Our experts at DesignCafe believe these are some brilliant curtain colour combination ideas for your home. We hope you enjoyed this read. If you want a personalised home interior, talk to our designers today. They will help you with modular home interiors that suit your budget and lifestyle seamlessly. Hope to design your home soon!
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