one botanical print

Floral ornament is a classic that has not lost its relevance for many years. But the features of its use in textiles are changing. If earlier it was fashionable to hang curtains with a large and bright pattern, now the drawings have become more delicate. Also in the past, there was a practice to combine wallpaper and curtains with a botanical print. Today, this is considered excessive, and it is better to choose one thing to emphasize: for example, leave the walls plain if you use textiles with floral patterns.

2 Bright colors

A rich palette has been in fashion for several years, but has undergone changes over this time. The riot of tropical fruits, palm trees and other similarly themed designs has been replaced by a more relaxed use of active colors. For curtains, any combination of bright shades is suitable, but not acidic (this is just an anti-trend), but natural. Natural materials such as linen or heavy cotton lined are also important. In order for a rich color to look noble, the fabric should be matte or with a very slight delicate sheen. Such a set can be used every day, and «in the mood.»

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3 Grey colour

Gray is a universal base for textiles, which is why designers have been turning to it for many years. The use of this shade supports the trend for naturalness and durability. Such neutral curtains can be hung literally anywhere, and they will look relevant for years. In the interior, achromat becomes an excellent companion for any color: from calm beige to bright orange. Also, gray can act as the main one in monochrome design, and then the whole design will be built on a combination of textures and a variety of textiles.

four Curtains to match the walls

Two basic techniques in working with curtains are choosing a contrasting set as an accent or duplicating the overall interior palette (including wall decoration). The second method is now especially popular. This is due to the general trend to design living spaces in a minimalist spirit. This effect, when the curtains are completely or almost the same color as the walls, is suitable for a wide variety of rooms.

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5 natural motifs

The trend for naturalness is one of the leading trends in interior design today. And textiles are no exception. Everything that is connected with environmental friendliness and nature is fashionable: shades, materials, textures. Curtains can be sewn from a variety of natural fabrics: not only linen or cotton are suitable, but even silk or light plain fabrics with a matte texture (for example, wool).

6 Laconic design

Simple and clear interiors, where practicality is at the forefront, have become popular thanks to Scandinavian design. It implies maximum functionality and the rejection of everything superfluous. This trend also applies to window textiles: curtains should be chosen simple, from natural materials, plain. It is desirable that they carry some benefit. For example, it can be a blackout fabric that protects not only from light, but also from drafts and excess noise from the street.

In addition to the usual floor-to-ceiling curtains, roller blinds and Roman blinds are becoming more and more popular. If earlier they were used as a darkening pair for a classic set, now minimalism leaves its mark, and these models increasingly exist on the windows on their own.

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7 Lightweight textiles or no

Another trend that came to us along with the Scandinavian style is windows without curtains. This trend is only gaining momentum, as the Russian public took time to get used to such an unusual solution. Now more and more designers are using this technique, leaving window openings open or covering them with only light tulle. For the interior, especially if the space is small, it brings a lot of benefits: the room becomes lighter and visually more spacious, and if there is a picturesque view outside the window, it beautifully complements the overall picture.



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