Side swept. I doubt this is a real drapery term, but you get the idea. Since I didn't really need coverage in this room, I opted for curtains that swept to one side.
Yes, that's a wheel barrow in the background. For our anniversary, my hubby bought a winterberry bush. Love those bright red berries. Can't wait till it's warmer so we can plant it. Okay, back to curtains.
In the family room, kitchen, and mud room we did need coverage, so we opted for shades from Next Day Blinds. Oh, how I love the instant (almost) gratification of NDB.
When I was growing up, my mother shut the blinds every night. I close these up, too. I hate the feeling that someone could be looking in my windows. If they want to peek inside, they should just read my blog!
Oh, how I love my bedroom curtains. Bright and cheerful without being too much. And y'all know how I love yellow.
As you can see, I used NDB here, too. I'm very happy with the color of these shades. Plus, they're room-darkening.
Chose the same shade for our daughters' bathroom.
Should've chosen the same shade here, as well. I picked this before we did the wallpaper. Soon I hope to order a replacement and use this shade in the garage.
My twelve-year-old's room. She picked the wall color, as well as the fabric for her shades.
Reminds me of the wallpaper that was in my room as a child.
My youngest daughter picked out her fabric and wall color, too. As you can see, I did not try to make this look like a Pottery Barn room. I love Pottery Barn, but their kid rooms are scary neat. I wish just once, like maybe for April Fool's Day, they would issue a catalog with real kids' rooms. You know, dirty underwear on the floor, apple cores in the trash can, piles of discarded art work and school papers.
Master bath curtains are from Country Curtains. I installed these myself.
I love all the curtains in my house, but my favorite window treatments are the ones in the dining room.
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