Decorating With Red Curtains In Your House
Adding a touch of color like red curtains can really add something fun and explosive to a room. Red is actually a color that really will enhance most any room. There are several tips to decorating with red curtains. Here are some of them. Select the curtain length according to the size of the window, and the amount of red color you want to include in the room. If you’re decorating a small kitchen window, and you’ve already decorated the room with Southwestern decor, short red curtains with a bit of an orange tint helps to keep the theme consistent. If the living room includes cranberry red furniture and you want curtains that match, large curtains that cover the largest window in the room will look elegant. Use curtain accents to complete the color scheme. If you’ve decorated your bathroom in neutrals or modern gray and white, a bright red shower curtain will pop and add a contemporary touch. Consider red shower curtain hooks or chrome ones for a finishing touch. For a kitchen with a red apple theme, use curtain hooks in the shape of apples to pull the curtains back to let the sun in, or consider country-flaired tie backs.
Use the red curtains in a different way by using them as the canopy around a bed. Drape the curtains around canopies that have a circular shape to create another eye-catching piece in the room. Or, attach short, ruffled red curtains to the bottom of furniture like your child’s toy chest or crib to add more red material to a room with a cherry or strawberry patch theme.