Storage. Curtains are not only used on windows, but also as replacements to cupboard doors. This can be done yourself, by simply removing the original doors are replacing them with the fabric of your choice, perhaps something that matches already existing soft furnishings, like cushions or duvet covers. This idea therefore works extremely well in the bedroom, when curtains are used as wardrobe doors, or if you're feeling really brave, then can also be used in the kitchen.
Net curtains. Net curtains are back in fashion, and should no longer be associated with fusty, old-fashioned interiors. Plain white, thin net curtains make a room appear more elegant, and from a practical side, stop people peering into your living room. If you prefer patterns, it's advisable to keep it minimal, or focussed only on the bottom half of the curtain. Patterns such as leaves and flowers are usually preferred, as they serve as a connection between the outside and inside space.
Floor-length curtains. These are curtains where the fabric either just touches the floor, or drapes over it with excess material (the latter is called puddle-length). This gives an impression of luxury and decadence, and you don't even need to have long windows to make use of such curtains: in fact, floor-length curtains on regular windows tricks the eye, and makes the windows appear bigger and thus brings more light into the room.
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