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Belgian linenCollection For superior color and texture, we use only the finest flax to create our Belgian Linen Drape. Linen/CottonCollection Our yarn-dyed linen and linen/cotton blend drapes are woven with two different colored threads, creating soft, subtle texture – and the pure cotton lining offers moderate levels of light filtration. CottonCollection Neatly finished on all sides, our casual cotton drapes, either textured or smooth, offer moderate levels of light filtration and privacy – and they’re also a great choice for dividing a room or draping a doorway. SheerCollection Whether used alone to frame a window or under heavier drapes for a layered effect, these translucent drapes offer gossamer beauty and versatile light filtration, whether in cotton voile, linen or for outdoors. SilkCollection The intricately woven silk yarns of our dupioni drapes vary in thickness, producing a fabric with beautiful texture and unrivaled strength – and each is fully lined in cotton to optimize light control. PatternedCollection Our in-house designers study ancient archives and travel the world to gather inspiration for our hand-painted patterns. From subtle to bold, these works of art add eye-catching beauty to any room of the home. OutdoorCollection Beyond blocking light and heat, our outdoor drapes bring privacy and softness to a deck or patio, giving the area a living room-like feel – and each is made of a high-tech fabric that’s supremely easy to clean. DIDN’T FIND THE curtains or drapes YOU WERE LOOKING FOR? Shop for a wide assortment of curtains and drapes from our other brands. MODERN CURTAINS at west elm TEEN CURTAINS at PBteen KIDS CURTAINS at Pottery Barn Kids LUXURY CURTAINS at Williams-Sonoma Home Curtains & Drapes A classic decoration that is also functional in nature, choosing the correct curtains and drapes for each room in your home is an enjoyable decision. For many, it’s a great experience to match colors with the existing vibe and color palette in the room. Curtains and drapes do a good job of making any room feel like home and lived in. For some rooms, they offer complete blackout and light protection while in others they simply provide a decorative accent. Pottery Barn provides you with a myriad of different window treatments to bring out the beauty in every room in your home. The patterned curtain collection offers you the ability to pair ornate patterns with styles in your living room, family room and elsewhere. Look for geometric patterns that may work well in a kids’ bedroom, or floor-length paisley drapes that bring a bit of retro style to your living room. Classic stripes in white and blue add a nautical feel if you live near the ocean―or wish you did―while darkly colored embroidered drapes help keep the light out and your privacy in. Another exceptional choice for curtains and drapes includes the Belgian linen collection. Each curtain or drape is woven completely of Belgian flax linen, a soft yet durable material that stands up to years of light penetration, washings and general use. Opt for neutral colors to work well in any space or consider a pop of color with Belgian linen in yellow or navy. Cotton is also a good material to select if you’re hanging curtains in your living room or family room as it is another durable materials that doesn’t fade under powerful ultraviolet rays. When your interests lie more in decoration than functionality, consider curtains from the sheer collection. Choose from patterns, classic white and neutrals with a sheer, see-through finish. These types of drapes are excellent in an enclosed porch or mudroom, providing you with a little bit of light and privacy protection, but still allowing some visibility. Sheer curtains are also a good choice for side windows, or in your second-story bedroom. Sheer curtains in pure white offer a touch of classic elegance to any room in the home. If privacy is a main concern, choose one of the many blackout curtains that are available. Blackout doesn’t necessarily have to mean dark-colored curtains; it simply means that the curtains have a tough construction that blocks out light from outside. Similar to other rooms, choose neutrals as a safe color option or go for darker blackout curtains against a white or light wall to create an interesting contrast. Patterns are also an ideal choice with blackout curtains, drawing attention away from the thickness of the material. Easy to care for and easy to clean, blackout curtains are meant to last a lifetime. For a complete elegant and classic style, consider silk curtains to polish off the look in any room of your home. Choose bright, bold colors in silk for a shiny, beautiful sheen. Bold blues work well with existing neutral color palettes while grays complement a white or beige wall quite nicely. Velvet curtains are another ideal choice for living spaces, bedrooms and even as indoor/outdoor curtains, and plain linen curtains are a popular, comfortable choice that adds a beautiful touch to your space. When it comes to hanging curtains and drapers, always remember to add new window hardware to your walls. Easy to install and use, durable window hardware is meant to last for years of use. Match colors and styles with your existing rooms to create an overall look that’s both classic and engaging. Read More

Dining Room Curtains

Curtains & Drapes A classic decoration that is also functional in nature, choosing the correct curtains and drapes for each room in your home is an enjoyable decision. For many, it’s a great experience to match colors with the existing vibe and color palette in the room. Curtains and drapes do a good job of making any room feel like home and lived in. For some rooms, they offer complete blackout and light protection while in others they simply provide a decorative accent. Pottery Barn provides you with a myriad of different window treatments to bring out the beauty in every room in your home. The patterned curtain collection offers you the ability to pair ornate patterns with styles in your living room, family room and elsewhere. Look for geometric patterns that may work well in a kids’ bedroom, or floor-length paisley drapes that bring a bit of retro style to your living room. Classic stripes in white and blue add a nautical feel if you live near the ocean―or wish you did―while darkly colored embroidered drapes help keep the light out and your privacy in. Another exceptional choice for curtains and drapes includes the Belgian linen collection. Each curtain or drape is woven completely of Belgian flax linen, a soft yet durable material that stands up to years of light penetration, washings and general use. Opt for neutral colors to work well in any space or consider a pop of color with Belgian linen in yellow or navy. Cotton is also a good material to select if you’re hanging curtains in your living room or family room as it is another durable materials that doesn’t fade under powerful ultraviolet rays. When your interests lie more in decoration than functionality, consider curtains from the sheer collection. Choose from patterns, classic white and neutrals with a sheer, see-through finish. These types of drapes are excellent in an enclosed porch or mudroom, providing you with a little bit of light and privacy protection, but still allowing some visibility. Sheer curtains are also a good choice for side windows, or in your second-story bedroom. Sheer curtains in pure white offer a touch of classic elegance to any room in the home. If privacy is a main concern, choose one of the many blackout curtains that are available. Blackout doesn’t necessarily have to mean dark-colored curtains; it simply means that the curtains have a tough construction that blocks out light from outside. Similar to other rooms, choose neutrals as a safe color option or go for darker blackout curtains against a white or light wall to create an interesting contrast. Patterns are also an ideal choice with blackout curtains, drawing attention away from the thickness of the material. Easy to care for and easy to clean, blackout curtains are meant to last a lifetime. For a complete elegant and classic style, consider silk curtains to polish off the look in any room of your home. Choose bright, bold colors in silk for a shiny, beautiful sheen. Bold blues work well with existing neutral color palettes while grays complement a white or beige wall quite nicely. Velvet curtains are another ideal choice for living spaces, bedrooms and even as indoor/outdoor curtains, and plain linen curtains are a popular, comfortable choice that adds a beautiful touch to your space. When it comes to hanging curtains and drapers, always remember to add new window hardware to your walls. Easy to install and use, durable window hardware is meant to last for years of use. Match colors and styles with your existing rooms to create an overall look that’s both classic and engaging. Read More

Dining Room Curtains

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Rich and luxurious, these billowing silk curtains are great for a formal dining room. flickr.com/PinkMoose When most of us think of dining rooms we think of tables, buffets, chairs and chandeliers. But something equally as important in the dining room are the curtains and drapes (provided there's a window of course).Amidst all of the hard furniture that tends to fill this room it's wonderful to have some fabric and add a touch of softness. So even if you don't normally include flowing curtains and drapes it's worth considering adding some to the dining room. Choosing Curtains and Drapes for the Dining RoomThink about the style of your room and what will work. If you like big flowing curtains that puddle on the floor, go for it. If you prefer a more tailored look choose something a bit more streamlined. The point is to use an expanse of fabric to add softness (as opposed to hard blinds or shutters).Fabrics and PatternsA popular look in dining rooms is to pull everything together by using the same fabric for the window treatments as you do for the seat cushions or tablecloth. It's a little old-fashioned and traditional, but the dining room is one place where this look really works. That said, it certainly isn't necessary. You can always pull a color out of a piece of art or another fabric and use that if you want a solid color. You can also choose curtains and drapes with a pattern. Just be sure to tie all the colors of the room together in some way. When it comes to they type of fabric it really depends on the look you're going for. Elegant silks and rich velvets are great for formal and dramatic spaces while lighter cottons and even linens can work for lighter and more casual spaces.SizesRemember when choosing long window treatments that curtains and drapes should always at least skim the floor. It's also fine for them to puddle a little if that's the look you want but the should never be too short. When they don't at least skim the floor they tend to look truncated. Most designers agree that this is one of the biggest mistakes people make when decorating (that goes for any room, not just the dining room).If you're having trouble finding curtains that touch the floor you can always adjust the rod a little. Usually they're mounted about 4″ above the window frame but it isn't written in stone. Adjust it accordingly to suit your space. Also, the standard for the rod is to hang it so that you've got about 6″ to 8″ on each side of the frame. If you want the window to look larger you can make it a bit wider.The key to good interior decorating is balance. In a room where there's a lot of hard furniture it's a great idea to add some softness. In the dining room the best way to do it is with some pretty curtains and drapes. Read More

Dining Room Curtains

Dining Room Curtains

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Dining Room Curtains
Dining Room Curtains
Dining Room Curtains