Thursday, July 20, 2017

Best Kitchen Curtains Design Ideas In 2017

Twice as Nice

For the best in flexibility, consider colors which may be raised and lowered from the top or bottom as necessary. "These simple and glossy shades by Kirsch can fall down from the surface or raised up from the ground to allow you to control the view or the sunlight as required," says the retailer.

Barely There

If you wish to filter light and enhance the appearance of your kitchen window but do not want anything heavy or opaque, consider using a fabric with a loose ribbon, such as linen, such as. Here, designer Annette English complemented the expression of the room with textured material from Dan Marty Fabric.

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Pretty Pattern

In a kitchen with simple style and a mainly white color palette, a splash of pattern can add personality. "Help framework a gorgeous view using a valance mounted above the window. This ikat-patterned cloth, Bansuri in Slate, has a rich neutral that adds interest to the white cupboards," says the manufacturer.

Cheery Ikat

At a Charlotte, North Carolina, house, designer Lindsey Coral Harper created a Roman shade in Exactly the Same cloth as the kitchen sofa, Thom Filicia's Prospect at Shadow for Kravet, to take the ikat pattern across the room.

Tailored Alternative

"When planning a kitchen design, placing the sink under a window is a fantastic alternative," says designer Karen Sealy. "Having a wonderful view can make washing the dishes or prepping food much more enjoyable." In this space she given shutters to complete the area's transitional style. "Using shutters is a low-maintenance alternative to drapery that controls mild levels and views," she says.

Sky Blue Shutters

Shutters painted in Benjamin Moore Aura in Old Blue Jeans bring a glowing British country note in a metropolitan kitchen.

French Accent

When they built an old family house with French architectural details, kitchen designers Marvin Daniel and Brian Pilgrim of KDW Home wanted to give it an airy and open appearance that still sensed in keeping with the style of the home. Roman colors in a fabric added just the accent the space required.

Formal Effect

Designer Robin Baron gave this tasteful country kitchen that the perfect finishing touch with an ornate scalloped valance over the sink. "I always say 'amazing layout is in the details' and this beautiful valance is a perfect example," says Baron. "I utilized the depth of iron hooks to produce the dramatic pleating in lieu of a conventional pole and embellished the classic linen floral cloth with tassel trim, and matching tape, giving weight and importance to this country-inspired valance."

Dark and White

"I wanted it to seem less boring and more such as a wise butler's pantry," designer Lilly Bunn claims of the New York City kitchen. The Roman shade is made from Holland & Sherry's Belfour linen, and the current cabinets are painted Benjamin Moore Aura from Black.

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