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Don't leave your windows out of the holiday fun! Swap traditional drapes for a Christmas curtain pair, and imbue your room with seasonal spirit. Hang up cafe tiers in your kitchen, valances in your bathroom, or full-length curtains in your family room. Window treatments can also play off a recurring design element like snowflakes or even holly wreaths. Unite windows with your mantel decor, toss pillows, and throw blankets for visual appeal across the board.

First off, transform your kitchen into a charming wintry cafe with the right pair of tiers. Lace pine cones bring woodland wonder to your surroundings, so be sure to complement them with acorn salt and pepper shakers, or even an ice crystal and berry centerpiece.

You can also decorate with Christmas kitchen curtains in ravishing, lustrous red. Silver snowflakes embroidered throughout maintain a December mindset without cooling down the atmosphere too much. Situate a wreath bursting with red baubles in the center of your windowpane for a coordinating look with bold warm tones.

For glorious window toppers, try faux silk valances in dark red and gold or a scalloped style printed with poinsettias and plaid. Christmas valances can be displayed all on their own, especially in rooms where you want to soften the light and don't need a whole lot of privacy, like a second floor landing perhaps.

Alternatively, you can find tiers or drapes designed to match your valance. Picture an elegant swag valance trimmed in red and green plaid. Layer it over a pair of Christmas curtains for the living room, and let embroidered cardinals and holly carry across the entire ensemble. Bonus points if you can find some way to pull these design elements into the rest of your decor, such as sprays of holly hung over the mantel.

Draperies can highlight your favorite aspect of the holidays without being too obvious. For example, snowflake ornaments are a beautiful yet often overlooked addition to the tree, simply because they're so common. But why not introduce these dazzling geometrics to your panes? With crisp white lace, snowflake curtains are unexpected and enhance your view outdoors of the untouched morning snow.

Likewise, snowman curtains bring an unusual yet friendly accent to windows. You could even display a piece of snowman wall art nearby, creating little echoes of your favorite seasonal motif throughout the room. Explore a festive array of holiday window treatments, from curtain pairs to window toppers, and create an ensemble just perfect for your den, bedroom, or bathroom.