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In­fus­ing a sense of be­long­ing, cur­tains can ac­tu­ally make or break a space. We bring you an ar­ray of de­sign and fab­ric op­tions to give your space a flowy feel

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De­signer cur­tains to in­fuse a sense of be­long­ing

Light play

Con­sid­er­ing lighter shades can help in max­i­miz­ing nat­u­ral light and in­ten­si­fy­ing your space. Also, bright shades of cur­tains tends to fade ear­lier when ex­posed to heat per­pet­u­ally.

Eclec­tic Feel

Equip­ping the liv­ing room with heavy pat­terns and fab­rics won­der­fully show­case the mo­tifs against the back­ground which it is used. Be it brick, glass or ce­mented wall, the cur­tains nat­u­rally cre­ate a rus­tic yet el­e­gant feel.

Hello De­sign

Add floor length cur­tains so as to give a look of more height­ened area. Along with it go by mantra of us­ing min­i­mal colour and max­i­mum pat­terns as it brings forth the mod­ern and or­nate vibe that stands apart.

Adding Home Spirit

Edgy yet so­phis­ti­cated, cur­tains are time­less in its ap­peal. Opt for un­usual fab­rics such as jute and silk that can add depth to your space.

RR Decor

Clarke & Clarke

Ot­toman

Chris­tian Fis­chbacher

Maishaa

Wisma Atria

Li­mon De­signs

Ak­ila

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