The curtain is a key element in every home. Not only does it add the finishing touches to the environment, but it also protects against the natural light falling on the room. So you have to consider several requirements when choosing, so that comfort is always in your home. Therefore, it is necessary to analyze the type, finish, fabrics, models and dimensions so that this set is in harmony with the decoration of the room.
To leave your modern environment, we separate the models most used by architects:

  • Voal Curtain – It is made of a slightly thin fabric with transparency. It does not have a 100% effect to cover the natural lighting, but leaves the modern environment and connects in environments such as rooms and spaces. For rooms, the ideal is to embed a blind together, that helps a lot.
  • DuoFold Curtain – With a modern string system, it has movements from bottom to top or vice versa.
  • Blackout Curtain – Great for bedrooms as it blocks 100% of the light.
  • Curtain Rollers – They have electric and manual drive and when they are shrunk they are rolled up and can be hidden in the plasterboard or the curtain rod.
  • Cortina Romana – You have dividers with a structure made of rods and when they are closed it is folded horizontally. It has a wide variety of materials that can be used, the main ones being linen and fabrics.

The curtain is an easy accessory to choose from. But if you don’t want to make mistakes when choosing, give preference to neutral colors and light fabrics. The more daring can combine prints with sophisticated fabrics such as silk or twill, which is a beautiful result.


50 modern drapery models to inspire you

To make your choice easier, we separate some references of environments with the most diverse models of curtains:

Image 1 – White fabric curtain and roll in the same window

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Image 2 – Cortina DuoFold

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Picture 3 – Beige curtain for neutral spaces

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Image 4 – Roman style white curtain

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Photo 5 – Linen and Voal curtain in the same window

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Image 6 – Linen curtain and white blind in the same window

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Picture 7 – Curtain in white voal and fastener attached to Cortineiro

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Photo 8 – Curtain made of gray voile

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Image 9 – Curtain with white panels on a metal rail

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Image 10 – Blind style curtain with light transparency

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Figure 11 – Curtain in the vole for high right foot

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Image 12 – White Roman curtain

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Figure 13 – Curtains curtain made of gray fabric

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Image 14 – Fabric curtain and blind in the same window

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Image 15 – Black and white fabric curtain

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Picture 16 – White blackout curtain for bedroom

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Figure 17 – Blackout curtain for large windows

Living area and garden patio of contemporary town house

Image 18 – Curtain style Roman shades of gray

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Figure 19 – Blind curtain made of fabric with a striped pattern

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Image 20 – Striped fabric curtain

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Figure 21 – White shutter curtain in common windows

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Picture 22 – Pink and white stripe patterned curtain for baby room

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Figure 23 – Violet linen curtain

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Fig. 24 – Curtain fastening on the rod

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Picture 25 – Blackout curtain in black color

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Figure 26 – Silk curtain of gray color

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Image 27 – White curtain for windows with many panels

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Image 28 – Curtain with white panels

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Figure 29 – Beige fabric curtain with a pleated surface

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Picture 30 – Blind curtain type fabric

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Picture 31 – Blind curtain type laminate

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Picture 32 – White curtain for double room clean

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Figure 33 – White on gray curtain

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Image 34 – White voile curtain and gray fabric curtain

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Picture 35 – Fabric curtain attached to a metal rail

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Figure 36 – Gray curtain for modern living room

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Figure 37 – White curtain with the end hidden in plasterboard

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Picture 38 – Conventional curtain attached to a metal rod

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Figure 39 – Silver curtain ideal for dividing the environment

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Photo 40 – Curtain fastener in wood laminate

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Figure 41 – Blackout curtains in bedroom windows

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Figure 42 – Gray curtain for integrated living and dining room

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Image 43 – Curtain rollers in black tones

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Figure 44 – Metal curtain screen for large rooms

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Image 45 – Twill curtain

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Picture 46 – Beige Voal curtain for duplex apartments

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Figure 47 – Fabric curtain and white metal shutter on the same window

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Image 48 – Gray voile curtain for a small living room

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Picture 49 – Voal curtain attached to the rail to separate living room and kitchen

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Figure 50 – White voile curtain for clean room

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