5 Types of Curtains for the Home

1. Eyelet Curtain Design:

Eyelet curtains have large eyelets in the top of the fabric that is reinforced with grommets. This style of curtain is especially popular in contemporary or modern styles. Grommet and eyelet curtains allow you to add an additional flourish of style in place of a valance.

2. Pinch Pleat Curtain Pattern:

This simple curtain design is having pinch pleat where three pleats are combined together to give a pinched shape. The whole curtain is shaded with light and dark colour. The pleats are hanged up in a round clip which is rolled over a rod. This design is visible in most houses.

3. Sheer Curtain Design:

      Thin, semi-transparent fabrics are the basis of sheer curtains. These curtains provide the most daylight in a room when the curtain is closed. Sheer curtains also provide the least amount of privacy, and they serve any additional purpose beyond being decorative. This kind of curtain is most popular in living rooms and dining rooms.

          You’ll enjoy quite a few benefits from choosing sheer curtains. Their primary purposes are to filter light, add elegance, and add a pop of color or texture between other embroidered curtains. Light filtering helps reduce the harsh lighting in your home. Added elegance comes from their light and airy properties

4. Valance Curtain Design:

A valance is a short curtain that hangs at the top of your curtains. These are an optional decorative addition. Valances are a great way to complete a look. These curtains are available separately, or as part of a window treatment set.

5. Blackout:

Blackout curtains allow the least amount of light to enter a room when they’re closed. These curtains are made of heavier weight materials and often have built-in linings. Blackout curtains provide the most privacy, and they often have additional features beyond their decorative purpose. People often use blackout curtains in bedrooms, dens, theaters, or any other area where keeping out natural light is a concern. Sometimes, blackout curtains are used behind sheer curtains to provide additional features and a more polished look than what you can achieve with a simple curtain liner.

5. Blackout: