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BlueThose who enjoy the clean, soft look of cream walls can add subtle-hued curtains that don’t stray too far from the same neutral theme while still injecting a hint of contrast. See how the blue adds just the lightest touch of colour inside this cream shell, and shares the same tint as the armchair.
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Curtains that Puddle: Window treatments that “puddle” at the ground usually extend about 1-3 inches onto the floor. The result is a bit more of a dramatic look, often used in formal spaces like dining rooms. Keep in mind, curtains that puddle are a bit more high-maintenance since they’ll collect dust and animal dander if you have fur babies. They’re also more difficult to open and close, so you’ll want to keep functionality in mind if considering these. DON’T FORGET ABOUT CURTAIN WIDTH Now that you’ve chosen how you want your curtains to hang, it’s time to consider the width, which is just as important! Curtains that aren’t wide enough won’t make an impact. In general, fuller curtains equals a more dramatic look. Nobody wants wimpy curtains, right? Here’s how to calculate exactly how wide should your curtains be: Measure the width of the window and multiply this by 1.5 to 3 times.