buy new living room or bedroom furniture, they almost always change their window dressings as
have decided to give their room a fun or “wild" new decor can have a hard time finding the right
draperies to match their furniture, but choosing a set of zebra print curtains can lend that
“safari" look to any room.
hang those curtains, though, you should know how to go about choosing the right
you need to take a good hard look at the room you’re decorating.
How is it shaped?
Do you have a lot of windows that let
light in, or does it get dark at certain times of day?
What kind of furniture and other
accessories do you have?
Asking yourself these questions can make
choosing curtains a lot easier. If your room is in the interior of your house and can get dark,
a sheer set of zebra curtains may be just the thing to liven it up a
Bigger rooms can do with a heavier set of
curtains or drapes, and if the room is extra small, you may not need curtains at all. Your
choice of curtain should complement, not compete with the look of your
assessed your room and figured out what kind of zebra curtains will suit it best, then your next
step is to choose colors, patterns and fabrics - imagine how funky your room will look with some
zebra print curtains, whether they be the traditional black and white, or you opt for the newer
brown and white, or black and pink.
Some people want their curtain
to match their sofa or other accessories, which is a great way to pull the room together. A good rule of thumb is,
the smaller your room is, the more understated your curtains need to be.
Of course, the material your
zebra print curtains are made out of can make all the difference as to the way the room looks and feels. (There
are even zebra shower curtain options for your bathroom.) Thicker fabrics can make a room feel overdone or
stuffy, but in the right place they can add a bit of sophistication.
A sheer curtain hung over a
rod can either make a room feel airy and open or cold and sterile. Choose your zebra curtains to match the feel
of your room, and you’ll never go wrong.
Even if you can’t afford an
interior decorator, you can still have a room that looks professionally done. Add a rod with ornate finials with
your zebra curtain, or use a half-curtain over a window shade or blind to combine several different textures,
which can make the window look bigger and more interesting.
However, adding too many textures or accessories can make a room look too “busy” or stuffy. You need to find the
Zebra print curtains add
depth and style to any room, and depending on the ones you choose, can complement or take away from the overall
appearance of your room. If you follow the tips we’ve provided here, you can have your room looking great in
absolutely no time at all!
If you ultimately decide that
zebra curtains aren't for you, check out the selection of leopard curtains!