Choosing curtains can be a stressful proposition. It’s not quite as fun as picking out other design details, and there are plenty of details to consider when deciding how exactly to hang the curtains. But our designers keep it simple and advise you to “hang your curtains high and wide”. They advocate going as high as possible. They don’t necessarily have to go all the way to the ceiling, they have to be at least halfway (or even a little higher if you dare). This not only makes your windows feel bigger, it also makes the entire room appear bigger.
But at all costs you want to avoid the curtain that is too short. Even if everything else looks spectacular, too short a curtain will spoil the mood in the entire room. You want to be sure that your curtains are long enough to at least kiss the floor. However, if you want to go further, order extra long curtains to create a romantic puddle on the floor. Do you need some pictures? Below are some great examples of how to hang your curtains.
White linen curtains
Even simple white linen curtains can make a big statement if hung correctly. Via Domino Magazine
Tie back curtains
The long pleats make the ceiling feel great in this room, and the sleek tiebacks add a sophisticated touch. About Lonny
Bright yellow curtains
A touch of color. When choosing your curtains, don’t forget that there is an opportunity for you to create a colorful effect. (Note that these curtains hang a lot higher than the window. Fantastic!) About Refinery29
Let your curtain puddle. A great example of how amazing curtains can look when you let them form a luxurious puddle on the floor. About restoration hardware
Sheer linen curtains
If you don’t have to worry about blocking out light, sheer linen curtains can be a great choice for privacy that still lets in lots of light.