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Provide privacy, insulation & light filtration for a good night’s sleep.
living room curtains
Longer curtains create a sophisticated and modern look.
kitchen & bathroom curtains
Short curtains & valances let light in, while allowing privacy.
Reduce noise & light for a more productive workspace.
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63”: apron length
Falls just below the windowsill and won't gather floor dust and dirt.
84”: floor length
Drops to just above the floor to make the room appear bigger.
95”: trouser length
Drops to the floor, creating a modern, formal look.
108”: puddle length
A dramatic statement, best for rooms with high ceilings.
Curtains, Blinds & Window Hardware
If you’ve ever wondered, “do curtains and blinds go together?” Bed Bath & Beyond says a resounding “YES!” We have a wide array of curtains and blinds that you can choose from. But you may want to follow these design tips. 1. Choose blinds first. Roller shades or Venetian blinds are the most versatile to pair with window curtains 2. Install the curtain higher and a few inches wider than the blinds to make the room look larger. It also heightens the dramatic impact. 3. If you like prints, pair prints with solids – prints on curtains and on shades will be overwhelming. 4. Pair darker coloured curtains with lighter coloured blinds or go with neutral colours on both. Our assortment of designer colours in drapes and blinds will complement any décor. Pairing blinds with curtains add to your ambiance, privacy, and comfort with our light filtering blinds and blackout curtains. When you need to let in more light, simply open the blackout curtains. With the right combination of drapes and blinds, your windows will go from ordinary to a showstopping focal point.
Is it better to have curtains or blinds? This is a personal preference because each has its advantages. Both curtains and blinds help keep noise out and, depending on their material, provide light filtering. Bed Bath & Beyond’s curtains and blinds come in a wide range of styles and materials to suit any décor and window style. All our blinds are cordless, making it safe for children and pets. For better insulation and noise reduction, choose our cellular blinds (honeycomb blinds) or our lined drapes or blackout curtains. Blinds can be cleaned with a vacuum, duster, or spot cleaned with a microfiber cloth. Most of our curtains can be tossed in the washer. Our curtains and drapes come in a wide variety of materials, textures, colours, and on-trend prints and designs. They are easy to hang because they have grommet tops, tabs, or ties. For kitchen windows, your curtain options are unlimited with valances, tier curtains that suit farmhouse, coastal, traditional, or glam. Our faux wood blinds have a classic look that will complement any décor.
What Window Treatments Are in Style?
As trends go, window treatments are always in style because they perform a functional need as well as add an exclamation point to a room. From our classic pleated curtains to valances over drapes to blinds and shades, it all depends on your décor and the ambiance you want to create. Our curtains and blinds offer the current trends, which are more about focusing on nature and bringing the outdoors in. You will find our botanical patterns, warmer neutral tones as well as brighter and bolder colours in style. As current design trends highlight the use of natural fabrics, our cottons, linens, and silks, are very appealing. We also feature blinds and shades in natural materials such as bamboo, reed, and jute. Warmer coloured metals such as gold, brass, and bronze are more fashionable, and our line of curtain rods and finials fit this style. Other embellishments such as our curtain tie backs with tassels and metallic holdbacks are very popular. The vintage classic oil rubbed bronze remains a favorite as it crosses over décor styles from traditional to farmhouse to luxe. Our faux wood blinds in warmer tones also complement the contemporary decor.