Dare yourself to make a flirty statement with a red curtain for the living room. We don’t see enough of red in the living room decoration lately, despite it being a vibrant and uplifting color. See how you can take advantage from a red curtain to add a dash of drama in your living room.
Red Curtain with Ornament Embroidery for Living Room
Flirty Floor-Length Red Curtain for Living Room
A good way to make a statement accent to the living room is by adding a decorative element in contrasting color to the room scene. The red floor-length curtain is bright and so full of life; it stands out and gives life to the rather pale living room.
Shiny Red Satin Curtain
Playing with colors, fabrics, and textures is a simple, and most of the time money-saving way to infuse a certain impression to the room. Simply bring a touch of elegance to the living room without adding excessive ornaments with a shiny red satin floor-length curtain over a white framed window.
Red and Black Curtain for Living Room
The combination of red and black has been long used in decoration world to create a deep dramatic effect. Get the same effect for your living room without having to replace the furniture by using a floor-length black and red curtain.
Flower Printed Curtain
Bring a little exotic excitement to the living room with a hibiscus printed floor-length curtain. The curtain has done a great job unifying different colors and elements in the living room; with pale yellow walls and medium-toned wood floor propped with bright red sofa and a red table lamp over the wooden gate leg console.
Red Polka Dot Curtain for Living Room
Give a cheeky statement to any living room with the red polka dot floor-length curtain. Throw in a sofa pillow with matching fabric to the white chair in the living room for a playful accent.
Red Curtain with Wood Bar for Living Room
When used properly, adding red accents like a matte red floor-length curtain to the living room can be aesthetically pleasing. It’s inviting and brings more warmth when combined with wooden furniture or other natural elements.
Introduce red to your corner window with sheer flower-embroidered curtains over white blinds. It acts as a filter to control the natural light streaming in through the window. If you don’t feel like drawing the curtain and just like the way it looks as is, it can be strictly drapery arms.
Elegant Red Curtain
Give your white living room a flirty statement with a neatly pleated smooth red curtain set over sheer lace. Hang it way above the window frame, just a little under the ceiling to create an illusion of a higher ceiling.
This beautiful living room is decorated with natural elements; we especially love the round wicker floor cushion over the cream rug. Like we all know, a touch of primary color to a neutral element – like a smooth red velvet curtain – would bring more life to the room.
Many people have doubts about using bold primary colors to one side of the room and prefer to incorporate it in decorative accents. But why place a few small details when you can give a statement to your living room with a wide red curtain? It works really well to shift the focal point to the window and it provides a filter for natural lights.
Flowy Sheer Maroon
Bring a romantic aesthetic to your living room with overlapping maroon sheer curtain set. It filters the light perfectly and would make a great background for the white shabby chic room, furnished with a white-painted chair with curvy details and white cabinets.
Glossy Red Curtain
A glossy red curtain with golden lace trims and golden ornament pattern can be the thing that brings a little luxury to your humble abode without being excessively decorated. Since it’s made of light fabric, it won’t clutter the look of your window.
Red Curtain with Valance for Living Room
What every white window need is a neatly draped red curtains with draped valance. The heavy-weight fabric curtain gives a dramatic theatrical effect to the white framed window.