Curtains can complement a dining room design in a beautiful way. Let yourself be inspired by these interiors with beautiful pieces that you will probably want to have!
Fabric plays an important role when it comes to choosing curtains. Try holding up the fabric next to a window to get a real look of how it is going to fall. Keep in mind that sunlight will fade fabrics over time so if the room gets a lot of light, avoid bright colors since they will fade faster. Instead, neutral colors not only blend more easily with the rest of your dining room decor but are also less likely to fade.
If you don’t know where to start, linen, silk, and velvet are the best choices while faux silk is the most durable, and velvet helps to keep out the cold.
Length and Lining
The first thing to do is to decide how high above the window you want the curtains to begin. Hanging them higher will make the room look taller. They should also go all the way to the floor for a classic and elegant look. When it comes to the width, add four to eight inches on both sides and double the total number to make sure fullness.
As you can probably tell, custom window treatments are the most indicated option so that you have curtains tailored specifically to your taste and needs.