An intimate place par excellence, the bedroom requires a personal and cosy decoration, soothing and refreshing. Conceived as a space of tranquillity, the decoration of the bedroom is an invitation to sleep, relaxation, and even abandonment. Place of trance and meditation, the room can, through its windows, offer a view of romantic landscapes where the spirit escapes or on a busy and lively street.
Take the time to decorate your room to the end without getting caught up in the other rooms. Do you want a cocooning, comfortable, warm atmosphere with shimmering colours? Or rather pure, open to light, to aerial colours?
The curtain, an essential piece of bedroom decor
Useful above all, the curtains in the bedroom fulfil several purposes simultaneously: they make the room dark to create a cocoon conducive to sleep. The pair of double curtains makes it possible to insulate the window thermally and acoustically. Finally, a nice pair of curtains framing the bedroom window creates a real decor all on its own.
The curtain can give the bedroom a cosy and soft atmosphere or even more dynamic, depending on your chosen colours and patterns. A living room where the marital bed, the parents’ bedroom today is often open to an adjoining bathroom, a dressing room, or even an office space with a computer and television, requiring curtains to avoid unpleasant reflections. Voile, heavy jacquard fabric, cotton or linen, it’s up to you to bring style and comfort to your room!
Damask jacquard for the primary bedroom
If your room is very refined, with white walls and little decoration, bet on the curtains to sublimate your windows! Graphic or classic, the chosen fabric will give your room a personality.
If you choose thick curtains with a heavy drape, your room will seem very intimate and “closed”.
On the contrary, if you choose a veil, you will have an airier, “open” effect.
Damask fabric is a fabric whose patterns by woven. The design is discreet, in tone on tone—a difference in gloss between matte and satiny parts.
The Angora fabric is damask jacquard whose design woven in matte on a shiny background. These curtains bring a chic touch to the bedroom. A place of rest, this fabric’s soft and light colours go hand in hand with a natural and soothing atmosphere.
Art-Deco curtains for the primary bedroom
The bedroom can sometimes accommodate an office area, as in the photo on the left of the creators of high-end furniture Rue Monsieur Paris. Do you like the idea of Jour’s toile patterned curtains in the bedroom? Discover our Toile de Jouy curtains.
In the photo on the right, the blue Edo jacquard by the designer duo Inkfabrik brings an Art Deco style to the bedroom. The blue pattern with a shiny thread on a matt twine canvas background.
The same matte/satin principle is below in this decor of stylized Art Deco-style water lily leaves.
Our curtain fabrics with Art Deco patterns in the design and graphic categories.
Mix and match patterns in the main bedroom
Have fun mixing the different materials, textures, colours and patterns!
If you have chosen a dominant colour for your bedroom with a curtain, you can match it with your decorative pillows on the bed and add a few other colours.
Accumulate without counting the textiles: plaids, quilted bedspreads, bed linen and carpets become your decorative tips for sound insulation. The more fabrics in a room, the more noise is absorbed.
Bargain hunting for decorative objects has become very trendy: If you like browsing flea markets in search of a unique object with a story, we advise you to mix your finds with your favourite fabrics. For example, you can cover a mottled piece of furniture with a beautiful fabric or delicately place a few cushions with a contemporary design on an old wooden chair. The trend balances minimalist design and antique and aged objects; do not hesitate to mix styles!
Combine several curtains in the same room
Mesrideaux has selected a wide range of fabrics for curtains with beautiful materials, timeless or trendy, and always elegant. It is then up to you to choose the finishes (making the head of the curtain, bottom of the curtain flush with the ground or breakable), with or without blackout (grey blackout curtains lining), depending on whether or not your room has shutters, and whether you like to sleep. in complete darkness or if a few rays of light do not disturb your sleep.
Know that a beautiful pair of curtains in the bedroom guarantees good quality sleep and restful rest for parents.
It is then up to you to choose a fabric to make your bedspread: a fabric identical to the curtains or coordinated. Mesrideaux takes care of the tailoring.
The association of plant-inspired motifs gives the illusion of a spring-like garden that invites itself into the bedroom: a lot of poetry emerges from this composition. We advise you to do the same with curtains made in the fabrics of your choice.
Stripes for the curtains in the main bedroom
The stripe is a timeless motif. A soft-coloured striped curtain will be a decorative asset in the bedroom for a romantic and warm room. You can match its colours to plain cushions on a chest of drawers or the bed. The curtain has a regular stripe with natural and soft hues. Taupe, linen, pearl grey and ecru are safe bets if you want neutral tones in your bedroom.
Nothing prevents you from choosing cushions with more sustained tones to bring a little contrast to the atmosphere of the room. Touches of fuchsia bring femininity to this stripe in sober and chic tones. In addition, the cushions with fancy patterns are reminiscent of the fuchsia colour. With all these different decorative tips and atmospheres, it’s up to you to choose your curtains to create the parental bedroom decoration that suits you. Did you like this topic curtains for the master bedroom? Discover the article dedicated to kitchen curtains.