red and white curtains for living room 19

red and white curtains for living room 19
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Drapes Make Any Window into a Grand View Everybody loves windows—they add a sense of space into any room, while offering avenues for natural light and fresh air whenever we need. So, why not go the extra mile and transform every window into something truly wonderful? With the aid of our dazzling collection of curtains and drapes, you’ll be able to get your hands on every sort of window dressing imaginable! Fill your home with all the sights, sounds, and splashes of color you’ve ever wanted. A Set of Curtains Makes All the Difference Transform the kitchen from a dimly lit affair to someplace that’s an absolute joy to spend time in. Classic lace-accented kitchen curtains completely change the look of any cooking area—go ahead and choose your favorite color and pattern. Indulge your senses with gorgeous floral prints. Unleash your fierce creative spirit with wavy taffeta drapes. Blackout curtains are another smart choice—not only do they offer an attractive window treatments option, they can help reduce outside noise and unwanted external light. Getting carried away by all the options can be all too easy, but remember that you’ll need the appropriate curtain rods and hardware to get your new curtains all set up! Find everything you need to turn your house into a home right here at JCPenney!


8 of 30 True Red Curtains When Jeffrey Bilhuber decorated this home in Tuxedo Park, New York, the vibrant red curtains were original to the house. The same touches of red can be found in the pillows, which are covered in a Schumacher velvet ikat and a Vervain silk floral. William Waldron


True Red Curtains When Jeffrey Bilhuber decorated this home in Tuxedo Park, New York, the vibrant red curtains were original to the house. The same touches of red can be found in the pillows, which are covered in a Schumacher velvet ikat and a Vervain silk floral. William Waldron


Curtain styles to suit you and yours Windows are one of the focal points of a room; they let in all the daylight and help to provide a balance between different pieces of furniture. How you dress your windows can therefore really help define your space. The curtain style you choose will shape the room’s mood, and set the tone for the time you spend there. Is it a space for playing, entertaining friends – or is it your personal bolt hole from the world? We’ve got a range of different looks for you to choose from. So whether you’re decorating your bedroom, living room or the kids’ room, there’s sure to be something that’s ideal for your needs. Curtain choices for your room If you’re after bedroom curtains with a classic feel about them, our VIAN design is a great choice. They’re thin enough to defuse light softly through the room, but will still prevent passersby from scrutinizing your life at home. Or you might like the bold prints of our EMMIE KVIST, STOCKHOLM BLAD and JANNETTE products – they all certainly make a statement. If you’re after something bright, the MALIN FIGUR curtain creates a stylish, modern feel to any room. Make sure you finish off your interiors in style with the perfect window dressings from our range.


Transform the kitchen from a dimly lit affair to someplace that’s an absolute joy to spend time in. Classic lace-accented kitchen curtains completely change the look of any cooking area—go ahead and choose your favorite color and pattern. Indulge your senses with gorgeous floral prints. Unleash your fierce creative spirit with wavy taffeta drapes. Blackout curtains are another smart choice—not only do they offer an attractive window treatments option, they can help reduce outside noise and unwanted external light. Getting carried away by all the options can be all too easy, but remember that you’ll need the appropriate curtain rods and hardware to get your new curtains all set up! Find everything you need to turn your house into a home right here at JCPenney!


In the living room of Evan and Ku-Ling Yurman's TriBeCa apartment, curtains of a Kravet linen add to the airy, bohemian aesthetic of the room. The neutral hues of the curtains are echoed by an Iranian rug from Double Knot.


28 of 30 Wildly Patterned Curtains This lively São Paulo duplex spares no pattern in its living room, and the black and gray curtains are no exception. The sofa is upholstered in a Rubelli velvet, the 1930s footstools are Italian and the custom rug is Tibetan. Ricardo Labougle


Wildly Patterned Curtains This lively São Paulo duplex spares no pattern in its living room, and the black and gray curtains are no exception. The sofa is upholstered in a Rubelli velvet, the 1930s footstools are Italian and the custom rug is Tibetan. Ricardo Labougle


9 of 30 Tan English Curtains In the living room of a London townhouse, neutral curtains add a bout of English elegance to the space, which is furnished with a vintage sofa by Ico Parisi and Otto Schultz chairs covered in a Clarence House fabric. The light fixture is by Vilhelm Lauritzen. Ricardo Labougle


Tan English Curtains In the living room of a London townhouse, neutral curtains add a bout of English elegance to the space, which is furnished with a vintage sofa by Ico Parisi and Otto Schultz chairs covered in a Clarence House fabric. The light fixture is by Vilhelm Lauritzen. Ricardo Labougle


30 of 30 Neutral Curtains With Stripes Neutral curtains topped with stripes are a subtle accent in this Oakland home's collected living room. The custom sofa is covered in a linen by Peter Dunham Textiles, a pair of vintage John Stuart Cligman chairs is upholstered in a Ralph Lauren Home tartan, the bust on the custom cocktail table is by Oly and the rug is from Iran. Björn Wallander


Neutral Curtains With Stripes Neutral curtains topped with stripes are a subtle accent in this Oakland home's collected living room. The custom sofa is covered in a linen by Peter Dunham Textiles, a pair of vintage John Stuart Cligman chairs is upholstered in a Ralph Lauren Home tartan, the bust on the custom cocktail table is by Oly and the rug is from Iran. Björn Wallander


10 of 30 Bright Yellow Curtains A pop of sunny yellow brightens an otherwise neutral living room in Todd Alexander Romano's home, in which the curtains are of a silk taffeta from Brunschwig & Fils. It's the perfect contrast to the charcoal vintage sofa, upholstered in a Clarence House velvet. William Abranowicz


Bright Yellow Curtains A pop of sunny yellow brightens an otherwise neutral living room in Todd Alexander Romano's home, in which the curtains are of a silk taffeta from Brunschwig & Fils. It's the perfect contrast to the charcoal vintage sofa, upholstered in a Clarence House velvet. William Abranowicz


When Jeffrey Bilhuber decorated this home in Tuxedo Park, New York, the vibrant red curtains were original to the house. The same touches of red can be found in the pillows, which are covered in a Schumacher velvet ikat and a Vervain silk floral.


A foyer opens to a blue-tinted living room, which features crisp blue curtains, in this Oakland home. The walls are painted in White Dove and the ceiling in Stone Brown, both by Benjamin Moore.


15 of 30 Soft Yellow Curtains In the Manhattan home of interior designer Frank de Biasi and textile artist Gene Meyer, the curtains of a John Rosselli linen add a soft touch to the vibrant, busy space. The circa-1790 American secretary is a family heirloom and the pair of bamboo étagères are from a Paris flea market. Simon Upton


Soft Yellow Curtains In the Manhattan home of interior designer Frank de Biasi and textile artist Gene Meyer, the curtains of a John Rosselli linen add a soft touch to the vibrant, busy space. The circa-1790 American secretary is a family heirloom and the pair of bamboo étagères are from a Paris flea market. Simon Upton


This lively São Paulo duplex spares no pattern in its living room, and the black and gray curtains are no exception. The sofa is upholstered in a Rubelli velvet, the 1930s footstools are Italian and the custom rug is Tibetan.


In the living room of a New Jersey mansion designed by Nannette Brown, a Rogers & Goffigon fabric is used for both the curtains and the custom-made sofa. The rug is by Doris Leslie Blau, and the drawing over the sofa is by Catherine Jansens.


In the living room of a London townhouse, neutral curtains add a bout of English elegance to the space, which is furnished with a vintage sofa by Ico Parisi and Otto Schultz chairs covered in a Clarence House fabric. The light fixture is by Vilhelm Lauritzen.


Neutral curtains topped with stripes are a subtle accent in this Oakland home's collected living room. The custom sofa is covered in a linen by Peter Dunham Textiles, a pair of vintage John Stuart Cligman chairs is upholstered in a Ralph Lauren Home tartan, the bust on the custom cocktail table is by Oly and the rug is from Iran.

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