After personally crafting window treatments for her child's bedroom, RMS user AquaLuxe can officially add seamstress to her list of talents one that already includes clever decorator and bargain shopper.
When RMS user ASouthernAccent wanted to add a little whimsy to her third bedroom/home office/living room combination, she went for vibrant orange panels. When paired with black and white accents, the color palette is absolutely seamless.
In keeping with the traditional look of the room, RMS user Bdifferent added thick and very long draperies, which complement her two-story living room perfectly.
More Is More
When there's a lot going on in a space, sometimes the best thing to do is just add more. The red pattern in the curtains complements the library, framing the large windows on each side of the room and pulling the whole design together. Design by RMS user colbylucky
In this home office design by RMS user Simplicity Interiors, a subtle shade was the perfect choice to continue the soft, neutral feel of the space.
For RMS user Monica5113's guest room, the white shutters not only pop against the soft yellow walls, they also create an architectural touch around the windows. Soft sheers over the top complete the warm and inviting look they wanted.
In place of closet doors, RMS user brebuskey added curtains to her daughters' shared room. The curtains add extra space to the room and allow the girls better access to their toys.
RMS user MoonlightandMagnolias created an \"up in the clouds\" feel by adding sheer curtains to her covered porch. These sheer additions will flow in the breeze and keep the sun's rays at bay.
Pretty in Pink
RMS user ssd coordinated puffy valances on each side of a canopy bed for a \"big girl who wanted hot pink.\"
RMS user Stacymac's green and black craft room is even more adorable with additional layers of window treatments above her sewing machine and desk. The layered look is a perfect contrast against sage walls and adds visual interest to the space without making it appear busy or cluttered.
Nothing is more festive than a striped valance, unless those stripes are bright pink and green. RMS user MumMum6 pulled out all the stops for this \"labor of love\" and it shows.