Wonderful Cafe Curtains for Living Room


Your living room is where you entertain guests, gather with your family for some bonding time, where you usually place your Christmas tree and open your gifts. In short, living rooms are integral part of any homes. So why not make your living room a stunning and comfortable place to stay in by installing cafe curtains for living room. Cafe curtains for living room is a wonderful and look extremely well in almost any setting of your living room. The cafe atmosphere can now be in your room. The great thing about cafe curtains is that they are simple and basic but they add such a nice touch to almost any window.

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Create a Different Look with Cafe Curtains for Living Room

When it comes to picking cafe curtains for living room, you need to keep in mind the general decor of the room. If it is traditional like in a cottage you might like flowery and heavy curtains. In this kind of house where there are dozens of things competing for attention the heavy designs will simply blend in with the surroundings. Having simple designs will actually attract a lot more attention. If it is modern and minimalist then pick abstract or geometric patterns. You need to decide on what is going to be the focus of attention in the room. Is it going to be the art pieces on the wall or the furniture or the curtains? If the focus is the art pieces then your curtains should be subtle and simple and not draw any attention to themselves.

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Everything in room should simply fade into the background as the picture stands out. If it is the expensive furniture that is going to be focus of attention then again the curtain should match the decor of the furniture or be in contrast to set off the furniture design. The cafe curtains for living room can come in several different sizes so you can find the one that best fits your window size. In order to find the right size for your windows you must first measure them. To do this you will need to measure from one side of the window to the other, on the outside of the frame. You need to measure the top for the valance and the middle of the window where the other section will hang. You will also need to decide how long you want your curtains to hang. Some people like the longer look while others prefer them to fit neatly inside the frame.

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When ordering your cafe curtains online you may find that they are affordable and they are also easy to find when you do a simple search. Because they are so easy to make almost every window covering shop online carries them. You can have your choice of style as well as color. Finally, make sure that the cafe curtains that you choose will be the perfect item that says to your guests that you like that color or pattern and you are welcoming them into your home. Enjoy your living room decoration!

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81 thoughts on “Wonderful Cafe Curtains for Living Room

  1. AveryJosephine

    “Our chair came from my grandmother, who apparently purchased it from a catalog with stamps she got from buying groceries (I believe she calls them “green stamps”?).”S&H Green Stamps

  2. JoyArmaniZelda

    Really estimable and selection of colors as well ….for the people who dont the ,please expressing ur views here .. it might really the owner … btw how many of u ur featured here ?? I agree with Tenderoni that this is what exactly prevents me from featuring my here … I cant such sh**!!! I treat and decorate my with lot of and and treat it bask in a baby …such comments will sound devour “u one baby “…..too for me or infact anyone to …. IF dont it ,just carry on ……

  3. Soren.Hugh

    * he should never revived that pukey gold, ahem, “Vice Olive” shade from the seventies. I the velvet couch to be accompanied by cast-iron “spanish galleon” lamps with thick gold glass shades. Ugh.

  4. Jayde

    Does one to be rich to a lifestyle we all yearn for? No, definitely not. On a budget well below the poverty line ( I became a widow at the age of 25) I managed to extremely well for myself and my child.Although I was University educated, this confrontation with mortality opened my eyes to what is really in life. To me, amongst other things, that was not to pursue a career anymore but to be there in person to raise my child. The lifestyle I chose to pursue was to be as happy,content, meaningful, loving, creative, beautiful, sustainable, educational and self sufficient as I could possibly it. So, I decided to out into the countryside, where houses are cheaper and I rented a small, beautiful, restored and thatched cottage on the edge of the woods. I was creative with everything f.i. the decoration; everything from objects found in the woods, chairs from the thriftshop, vintage lace and embroideries to wild flowers (fresh or pressed) found their into my home. So it is a now. I tended the garden, gathered nuts, made my jam, sewed, weaved and knitted and learned to be an expansive (mostly vegetarian) cook and baked my absorb bread. I never had a creditcard, a car, a dryer or a dishwasher or the latest gadget or a TV set. And I had time for everything, going to the library, playing the flute and singing and doing crafts with my daughter or taking long walks or bicycletrips but I also contributed to the community by doing volunteerwork.Lately someone asked me if I regretted this lifechoice and my was a resounding NO. What did I around me? All those who went to university with me were striving to what I had had for years; Mindfulness, flow, happiness, a cottage in the countryside, time to the simple things in life appreciate having a in the woods early in the morning to hear the dawn chorus or cooking a meal from scratch. All longing for the time they would retire and would be free. They were trying to themselves in expensive retreats, timemanagement weekends and zen workshops. I had found myself a long time before that and felt free all these years. When we were young some of them were my worst critics, now they say I was wise beyond my years. Although it took a tragedy to this wisdom, in hindsight I am grateful that I learned this lesson early in life. What constitutes a life is not the amount of money you or your possessions but if the life you fulfills your soul.

  5. Charlee-1989

    Lots of suggestions here. We a bedroom with a closet too shallow for hanging clothes the usual way, we added a few of these Ikea Komplement pull-out clothes hangers.

  6. Jane R.

    What is it about this drafting table?! The other year I purchased MINE from a thrift shop for a . I had a pickup truck then; no problemo there. advantage under the carport I realized we were in for some Pro Wresting, the sort where you to experience a attack!I refreshed mine with a couple cans of Rust-Oleum hammered metal spray paint, and gave it a 3/4″ to fit particle board top. Including the table, maybe I spent $40 on the entire project.I enjoyed your much, Regina. Everything in our homes should be so lucky to acquire such a rich attached!

  7. Annabella Luciana Kiera

    To prepare for a I highly recommend going to Idlewild Book12 West 19th Street in Manhattan or 249 Warren Street in Brooklyn. Each country has its fraction combining classics, literature, and the latest guidebooks. extremely well curated selection and recommendations from the staff. It took me a couple of years to check it out since it is on the second floor.

  8. Hannah Michelle Erika M.

    i had a similar theme going, except my desk was hardwood. attractive combination but took up entirely too grand in our 13×15 living room, so the desk had to go.so sad.

  9. Quinn-Alanna

    @NotMadeInChinaFinds Your sounds completely magical! I that our time on the was probably my favorite. A dedicated to the and visiting towns is one of our future plans. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  10. Spencer Darnell Soren S.

    What a update. I the mirror needs to be bigger, but that plank wall is awesome. Our rental has a vessel sink atop a wood grain vanity and cleaning around it is a total pain. Moreover, I assume the owners (who renovated the house themselves…not extremely convincingly, may I add) havent sealed around it properly and when I deep the bathroom every week, I an archaic toothbrush to scrub in the crevice between sink an countertop….Let me advise you, IT STINKS!! And sludge is all over the brush. We are soon otherwise I would reseal it myself, but I learned that I will not be installing a vessel sink in our current home.

  11. Grant Tristen Skylar Y.

    @CharlieNY you are fortunate. And you are right, it should be this for everybody. When I was reading this, I was feeling for you. Even though my is not quite as as yours, I understand the admire you for your because I my too. And yes, my goal is to acquire my as as yours because you see, I no intentions of for a long time.

  12. Ella.Aylin

    @carolinablues Fun! I wish I knew enough Austen fans to attain something that – a previous book club I belonged to read Northanger Abbey and everyone but me (and the girl who recommended it) complained the whole time…

  13. Zane_Tristen

    So cozy! I the white walls with furnishings. Looks bask in a home, but looks — a rare combo.AT editors: After I a house tour, I want to to AT and be taken to where I left off. Now I the option to return to the post or AT. But AT takes me to the main page/newest post. (And if I click ‘back’ from the post, it takes me to the tour.) Annoying. Can you change it so that when I click on AT it returns me to the main page @ the post? Sorry I don’t know the web terminology here.

  14. Taylor-Todd-Sincere

    I actually moved the way: As soon as I graduated college, I moved to Beijing, and so all of my furniture was furniture I had there.Then in January, my husband and I had to build a to San Francisco, and we were going through our things trying to what of our we really wanted to to remember. The IKEA sofa? Not so much, but the antique wood carving that broken-down to be of a gate? Absolutely. It aloof hangs above our bed.And of course we had to the dog… 🙂

  15. Erika

    not having bridesmaids, or honest a maid/matron of honor. If you the “bridesmaid” title to an even more inner circle than your circle of friends (any sisters?), no one can give you about excluding them. Yet your circle of friends will be free to: advantage a bachelorette party/shower, you ready on the day, talk about wedding planning, party it up at the reception, a “circle of friends” photo with you, and BONUS: wear whatever they want minus the expense of updos, nails, and makeup. Win-win.

  16. Hattie_Jaycee

    I to say how considerable I that our house has some great, floating shelves and cabinets in our livingroom/entry way. Landing *, exhibit shelves, book shelf and a bar. All in one! I need to a purge and elegant it all up, but this here is the bar as it is today!

  17. Aisha.Holly.Avalynn

    I white baskets with my sundries in them..but I only three- one for * dryer, flat iron, brushes, comb..then one for lotions and skin care products..then one of other misc. items. Plus one container for first aid.How stuff does one need, unless this is for a family of six all sharing one bathroom, crazy.Maybe the a manual (white no less) hanging somewhere that tells them where the tampons are.

  18. Braiden I.

    Oh, ebrown, your comment reminded me about a tip regarding soy candles. I was told by the shopowner of a candle boutique that on the first burn, you should always burn the candle for a few hours so that the melted wax encompasses the entire diameter of the container. Otherwise, the wick will burn down quicker on subsequent burns, leaving the outer edges of wax unmelted. [Yeah, yeah, I know… How am I that frequent candle boutiques?]

  19. Amiya

    How is rough wood a mini-trend? All of these items been around for a few years now. I purchased 3 of those carved wood vases from Shelter in LA 3 1/2 years ago, and was given a similar root wood bowl for Christmas 3 years ago.

  20. Melody Lila

    its not so hard.. you compose one email for those places you to augury up for subscriptions, giveaways, etc.. this email you only check once a month.. and you delete everything but what appeals to you in the message line..one for business.. and only give it out to clients or those who you work with.personal. this is only for family memberssimple enough..now for those 86000 emails.. if it is spam when you check it… then click the spam button.. if it is not something you care about .. delete it or add it to the spam folder.. if it is business add it to your business email.. if it is personal.. them aware of the personal email addy.if it is a subscription/giveaway/etc eye at it and then to the junk folder..if you want to technical.. you can also add filters to these accounts .. before long you will be down to about 100 emails a day.. and most of those will be stuff you dont care about either..like I replied … simple.

  21. Enzo-Alden

    @ERIKAKN, I agree. I cars were for driving, not entertainment. Of course people will only employ the social media tools when parked…or at a light…On my daily commute on a major highway in a extremely city, I people talking on cell phones, applying makeup, etc. while going 60+ mph.I also the bundling/marketing/product placement of bells and whistles. According to a number of blogs (but not Mini), an Android app may or may not become available, and may to wait until the next build.

  22. Issac E.

    Yes to all of these. The people who owned the house before us band-aids over wounds in our house in an anxiety to beget it to sell. I partly blame our inspector for not stressing the extent of the poor space of some of these items, but it is also worthwhile to anticipate having to replace appliances, roofs, A/Cs and heaters, and myriad other things within the first several years that you a home.In the past two years we lived in the (disclaimer: 1950s-era) house, we replaced the dishwasher, the roof, chop down a 75-foot, mostly-dead tree, and had to replaster and paint the entire living room ceiling after a leak. Next is adding ducting for the A/C and heat, which the previous owners neglected to when they installed refrigerated air, and replacing the heater motor, which the serviceman had NEVER been serviced by the previous owners. ALL of these items (with the exception of the tree) were 7 years or less when we moved in, including the roof. All said, we acquire easily spent $20,000 in unforseen expenses on required repairs in the two years we owned it. Hopefully after the duct work and heat motor, there will be a reprieve for a while.

  23. Zander-1963

    I had a abominable EXPERIENCE with The Shade Store. Shades were supposed to 3-5 days; they took over three weeks, and when they arrived, they were the size due to an error by the customer service (whom I had already corrected twice). Had to haggle and harangue to them fixed, and then had to pay an extra $100 to them installed, because the installation guy had to approach twice (once when they were wrong, once again when they were fixed). When I asked The Shade Store for a credit for the cost of the install, they told me they had already “accommodated” me by fixing their bear mistake. Their shades are lovely, but I would NEVER recommend them to anyone.

  24. Aliyah Ariah Anniston

    I resolved my similar with dentures tablets and the shower head.My sink is next to the shower where, fortunately for me, the head is not fixed on the wall. So first I the shower with hot water and the strongest jet to wet the surfaces in the overflow so that the tablets bits could than stick on it and to soak the smelly bits there, then I crumbled some tablets and with a bit of patience I throw them in the overflow. I waited few hours and than I the shower head again and all the smelly bits fell off and went down the drain. No more smelly bathroom! :0)

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