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Elevate Your Kitchen In Style With These Kitchen Curtain Design Ideas

Kitchen curtain designs which can accentuate your kitchen’s aesthetic appeal

The right kitchen curtain design can take your whole cooking experience to the next level through the colour choice, amount of light it lets in, the ease of opening and closing it, etc. 

Have you ever wondered how bare and incomplete your kitchen would look if it didn’t have kitchen curtains to dress it up? We bet you wouldn’t enjoy cooking in the kitchen! You need to choose the right colour, design and/or print to complement your existing kitchen interiors depending upon the ambience you want to create there.

Kitchen curtains can last as long as five to six years if the material is good quality and maintained well regularly. Short and heavyweight curtains often last longer than full-length and lightweight ones since they don’t puddle at the base. While blinds are suitable if you are considering your kitchen only, curtains are more suited for kitchen and dining room combos. 

To make things easier for you while you make your kitchen curtain purchase, here’s a quick guide on the kind of curtains that are available on the market:

  • Scalloped Curtains
  • Ruffled Curtains
  • Tailored Curtains
  • Pointed Curtains
  • Balloon Valance Curtains
  • Tie-Up Curtains
  • Box Pleated Valance Curtains
  • Swag Valance Curtains
  • Pull-Down Shade Curtains
  • Bamboo Shade Curtains
  • Half-Window Cafe Curtains
  • Full-Window Cafe Curtains
  • Floor-Length Curtain Panels
  • Roman Shade Curtains
  • Sheer Curtains
  • Single-Layer Curtains
  • Double-Layer Curtains
  • Printed Curtains
  • Solid-Colour Curtains
  • Classic-Style Curtains
  • Countryside-Style Curtains
  • Modern-Style Curtains
  • Minimalist-Style Curtains
  • Linen Curtains
  • Silk Curtains (Lined And Interlined)
  • Faux Silk Curtains 
  • Velvet Curtains
  • Tapestry Curtains
  • Tweed Curtains
  • Suede Curtains
  • Custom Curtains
  • Off-The-Shelf Curtains
  • Dry-Clean Only Curtains (~mostly delicate fabrics)
  • Washing-Machine Friendly Curtains (~mostly heavy fabrics)

Without any further ado, let’s now deep dive into our inspiring collection of kitchen curtain design ideas that will help you transform your cooking space. 

Kitchen Curtain Design #1

This greyish-brown modern kitchen curtain design stands out well against the white kitchen and dining room interiors. They add an element of visual drama and style to the space. These thick curtains can often be paired with sheer curtains so that you have the option to use either one to maintain privacy and regulate the amount of light that enters the area. When you want more sunlight, close the sheer curtains and draw the main curtains to the side. 

Kitchen Curtain Design #2

This olive green kitchen curtain design looks absolutely gorgeous and breathtaking in this powder-blue painted kitchen with wooden interiors. The kitchen flooring and furniture lend a warm and earthy vibe to the space while the curtains and the wall paint ooze a countryside and breezy feel. The pair of industrial lights hanging from the ceiling give the kitchen a unified look. 

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Kitchen Curtain Design #3

This floor-to-ceiling pale cranberry-coloured kitchen curtain design is an ideal choice if you want to add a more feminine, chic and soft touch to the kitchen space. They complement the existing kitchen interiors without being too overwhelming. You can add a few inches more to the length if you want the ‘puddling effect’ (however, be careful). They are an excellent go-to-option if you have a minimal kitchen design dominated by wood and white. 

Kitchen Curtain Design #4

If you live in a high-rise, you probably don’t even need that much privacy and security compared to a bungalow. For apartment owners, just plain white, cream or pastel-coloured sheer curtains might do the trick. The large windows filter and let ample sunlight enter the kitchen and dining space while the curtains can still accommodate all the various uses of the kitchen space.  

Kitchen Curtain Design #5

Who says you need to use kitchen curtains only to cover windows? You can use simple and classic white full-length kitchen curtain designs to cover your door as well. White-coloured curtains make the kitchen and dining space look much bigger and lend it a light and airy feel. However, when you’re covering doors that directly lead to the house’s exteriors (like in the picture), you can add double-layer thick curtains for extra privacy. 

All in all, kitchen curtains remain an essential element of the kitchen design as they impact the air circulation and amount of light and contribute to the aesthetics and feel of the space. 
Are you confused about which kitchen curtain design idea you want to go for? Worry not. Book a free virtual consultation with one of our interior design experts at Design Cafe, and they’ll be more than happy to help you out.

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If you enjoyed reading about kitchen curtain designs, also have a look at curtain designs for bedroom.

Pooja Dara is a content writer at Design Cafe home interiors blog.

Pooja Dara

Pooja Dara is a freelance writer and editor with over seven years of experience and has worked for several reputed companies in multiple niches. Having made a switch from quantitative research (of leading FMCG and durable brands) to secondary research, she is now an independent content specialist who believes in creating value for her clients through her work. She is also passionate about photography, spirituality, dogs, and traveling.

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