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Country Curtains Photos

Country Curtains Photos and Ideas

Country curtains covers a wide variety of curtains as they can be casual like curtains in a cottage, formal like curtains in a large country estate, or relaxed like in a cabin, batch or crib.

Here are some ideas on decorating country windows with curtains and shutters.

Find inspiration to make your country curtains just that little bit unique, think outside the square and create a window treatment that suits your country house windows.

casual lace country curtains

Casual Country Curtains

Lace curtains tied back add decorative flair to this simple country window.

To the left is a curtain with a floral fabric with scalloped edge detail.

Simple in application but effective in design flair for a casual country home.

country curtains

Classic English Country Curtains

Classic English country chintz fabric curtains with lovely detail. Piped leading edge, then a frill with lace to the leading edge. This curtain looks great in a bedroom or kitchen.

floral curtains

Floral full length curtains with a large valance type heading and a fabric tieback create a formal look for this bedroom. The fabric is used throughout the bedroom to balance the color and pattern.

casement curtains

Simple casement headings to the top and bottom of this inward opening sash window fixed with simple curtain wire mean that the windows can be opened into the room without getting caught on any window treatments that may be there.

This is a good solution for this type of window, but it does mean that the window is permanently covered allowing no light through.

lace casement curtains

The traditional cabin, batch or crib with privacy being created using a simple curtain wire, this one is a little saggy but still manages to carry casement heading lace nets well, it looks as if they have been dragged across numerous times.

SImple yet functional.

Simple Country Cafe Curtains

Simple Country Cafe Curtains

Sometimes when we need a little privacy a cafe curtain is a great solution. Here in this country log cabin, cafe curtains have been used to create privacy and still let in natural light as the interior is very dark. A translucent fabric has been used to maximize the light whilst still creating privacy. The curtains add a tiny bit of softness to a very masculine room.

romantic country curtains

Romantic Country Curtains

This bedroom window has been decorated to create a wonderful backdrop for the feminine ornaments.

They are well formed and shapely and so is the lace to the sheer curtains, held at the top with a simple casing threaded through curtain wire.

With the light coming through and the curtain puddling on the sill, the soft feminine form is continued.

country colored shutters

French Country Shutters

Shutters are popular in french country interiors. The use of rich color on these shutters make them a focal point of the room framing the wonderful view into the garden.

Sometimes we can go over board with window treatments, if you don’t need to block out the view for privacy, then don’t! Let the natural light in and warm the home, and you can enjoy the view!

Simple lace net curtains

Simple lace net curtains provide privacy in this bedroom. They also crete texture at the window and soften a formal looking space.

lace net curtains

These lace net curtains create a wonderful picture at this wood cabin window. Loads of texture and movement in the fabric and provides privacy.

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