Aug 09, 2014 8:18 pm
Hi, wondering whether you think it's best to have the same window furnishings house-wide or if mixing it up is acceptable?
I feel it's acceptable to mix them so long as they have some similar feel/continuity about them...
I have curtains in the living, dining and master bedroom - floor length with brass coloured rod, etc - these are the rooms with dark wood picture rails and window frames, and look more formal/traditional.
I was thinking for the other rooms - second bedroom, sunrooms and kitchen - plantation shutters or blinds with a similar appearance. These rooms are more bright and airy with vertical join walls so I don't think would look right with the heavy long curtains.
Does this sound alright??
Re: Mixing blinds and curtains2
Aug 09, 2014 8:59 pm
I think it's done to mix different window furnishings. We will have full length & wall width sheer curtains with rear blockout curtain in our master bedroom, a blockout wall width curtain in the theatre room with a roller blind behind it, and roller blinds everywhere else.
Our curtains & blinds will be installed on Tuesday so keep an eye on my thread as I'll update it with pics when it's done
Re: Mixing blinds and curtains4
Aug 19, 2014 2:50 pm
Thanks HomeAngels. I had a look and yours look great. Appreciate your thoughts.
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