1. Kitchen Curtains in the kitchen should not only play the role of a decorative element but also meet important criteria: functionality, practical material, and ease of care. Roman blinds, easily adjustable in height, and made of light and light-colored fabrics are a great option. But there are exceptions.
2. Living room For the living room, a win-win solution is a classic in the form of a plain curtain. If the curtains look too simple, designers decorate them with tassels or lambrequins.
3. Bedroom For a comfortable sleep, choose lined curtains or single-layer curtains made of thick fabric – velvet, muslin, or brocade. Unobtrusive tones are best suited: they set you up for relaxation.
4. Kid’s Bedroom Bright colors, patterns, and fun designs are perfect for a nursery. Remember about natural materials that will collect less dust and will not cause allergies.