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Lace Curtains

Lace Curtains

Soften any setting with lace curtain panels. Bring contrast to a contemporary look dominated by geometrics, or lend a dreamy feel to farmhouse style. Shop colors from white to pastel blue, and choose florals, shells, palm leaves, damask, and more designs.

Lengths from 63 inches to 95 inches ensure you'll find the perfect size for your window.

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Looking to soften a room filled with angular lines or even just add a hint of historical romance? Today's lace curtain panels are just the thing, whether your style trends contemporary or verges on Victorian.

Add a splash of color to your panes, or fall back on tried-and-true neutrals. White lace curtains are a classic that can fit into any home. A farmhouse kitchen looks especially authentic with an ivory-hued panel hanging over the door. Gathered off to the side for easy passage, a lace panel contrasts beautifully with galvanized metal textures in a nearby washboard or milk pail.

Prefer chalky pastels to neutrals? Introduce rose pink or wisteria purple into a room dominated by white walls and fixtures. Then, echo these pigments with a colorful piece of art hanging over the fireplace or a pair of mismatched vases in the windowsill. Try to stick to either warm tones or cooler ones to give the room a sense of harmony.

Finally, if you've a flair for the dramatic, try a pair of these drapes in deep burgundy or even black. If you're going for a moody boudoir vibe, on the other hand, these darker hues will do the trick. Pair them with a tufted leather bench in black and a damask area rug beneath the coffee table.

Airy and unobtrusive, lace works in just about any room. Hang lace kitchen curtains in an island-inspired setting for an unexpected touch. The lacework palm leaf patterns will blend seamlessly with a quirky pineapple plaque and rattan dining chairs, without making the space feel heavy-handed.

Lace is also a gorgeous addition to any living room. Find priscilla curtains that can be criss-crossed for an instantly formal feel. Keep things feeling cozy and comfortable with a throw tossed casually over the loveseat.

Whatever sort of look you're dreaming of, you're free to create with the right amount of panels and a valance or two. For example, you can hang two 84-inch long panels and then a 64-inch panel behind these to act as a sort of shade. Lace swag curtains, also known as swag valances, bring a pretty tapering shape to the top of your window ensemble.

Browse lace window curtains in a menagerie of patterns, from ornate Scottish lace to a simple ogee design. Get exactly the look you want, whether you're dressing up an industrial loft or a vintage living room.