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Beige curtains: a refined addition to the interior of elegant apartments (29 photos)


Beige curtains in the interior always look luxurious. The universal element of the interior decoration of any room today is one of the most sought after. There are a lot of reasons for this: pronounced practicality, versatility, delicacy in terms of complementing other key elements of the interior.

Beige color: secrets of success

Beige curtains are so win-win precisely because of its color. The beige palette is the most sophisticated and sophisticated. Even associations that arise with similar shades, evoke warmth, tenderness, peace.



This is a sandy beach, and a cup of flavored cappuccino, and velvety warmth of human skin, and attractive pearls, and lightness of coffee meringues. Beige textiles surprisingly coexist a variety of colors: the most juicy shades of yellow, the darkest colors of the blue, the brightest "representatives" of the scarlet palette.

Beige curtains in the interior - always the right decision. If someone thinks such textiles are boring. You can always make a composition brighter and more expressive with the help of interesting decorations and accessories. Classic curtains can be selected with a pattern or an unusual shape.

The main advantages:

  • The beige shade of the curtains always ennobles the room, gives it sophistication and self-sufficiency;
  • The room looks more comfortable, there is no psychological irritation or discomfort;
  • Light beige curtains make the room more spacious, bright, sunny;
  • Textiles of delicate sand shades can be combined with any colors, forming the most unusual compositions;
  • With the help of a beige curtain, harmony is brought into any room, “putting on” bright colors in the interior, and making boring gray-white elements more “clean” and pleasant for visual perception.

Even the heaviest roller beige curtains will not burden the overall interior composition. They look both discreet and holistic, organically complementing the mood.




Despite all the respectability and organic, textile in beige tones still has a number of specific features that can be classified as disadvantages. The excessive popularity of such attributes "played a cruel joke" with beige curtains and curtains. There are so many of them on the market that many buyers deliberately refuse the “classics”, which is widespread everywhere in large numbers.

At the same time, many people forget that it is the beige background that allows you to experiment with plenty, creating extraordinary, bold, exclusive installations. The only case where beige curtains, especially from light translucent fabrics, will not be able to fully demonstrate all their advantages - an excessively high degree of insolation in the room where it is planned to place curtains.




Win-win color combinations

Yarn beige curtains or light sand curtains of textured fabrics can be cool, warm and neutral. Simple monochrome canvases are easiest to combine with other colors.

If the walls in the room are white, you can safely use both light beige curtains and cloths of rich caramel or chocolate tones. The softer the colors, the more powerful the lighting in the room will be.

Brown shades are essentially the same beige, but much stronger, more powerful and rich. By combining cream or sand curtains with a lambrequin of dark chocolate tone, you can get a very sophisticated composition. Combined "delicious" tones can be used in any room: in the kitchen, children's room, office, hall.

Extravagant feed

Roman beige curtains, curtains with a complex texture or unusual decor can be complemented with brighter unusual shades. The pink-scarlet palette deserves special attention.

Red curtains and beige linen allows you to make the interior warmer, more textured, lighter. Scarlet, terracotta, orange, pure red color always allow to form more neutral and light compositions.

Crimson tone or "fuchsia" is more difficult to fit into the interior, but this combination looks interesting and exclusive. It is worth mentioning the fact that all the pink curtains on the grommets or thick crimson curtains will always slightly “cool” any shade of beige, giving it even more restraint and coldness.




Spring notes

To set a pronounced spring mood, use the "representatives" of the green and yellow palettes. Beige portieres will be an ideal background on which it is pleasant to work, combining these or other elements.

Yellow accessories enhance the “character” of any tone on a beige palette. Green color is attractive from the standpoint of a favorable psychological impact. For example, the curtains in the nursery of olive color with a beige decor will allow you to create a calm and positive atmosphere. Emerald dark blackout in the bedroom will create the necessary intimate mood, allowing you to avoid unnecessary gloom.

The combination of "juicy greens" and bright sun shades is usually associated with dandelions, spring field, lemon grove. Prints with flowers, fruits, and other floral notes will significantly “lighten” thick curtains or massive blackout.



"Neighboring Colors"

It is noteworthy that almost all representatives of the beige palette effectively complement each other. If you try, a complex multicomponent composition can be formed from only one beige, but the whole installation will look unusual and multifaceted.

The most advantageous, elegant and interesting look thick curtains of such tones:

  • Ivory color (in the concept of classic curtains with lambrequins of expensive velvet or brocade);
  • Yellow and chocolate shades (curtains look interesting on the grommet in the hall or in the kitchen with good insolation);
  • All sand play (thick curtains and light tulle from different materials in the same shade will look completely different);
  • Ecru (subtle double curtains or complex Roman canvases decorated with prints and exquisite drawings);
  • Opal color (looks good in progressive modern interiors).

Another interesting representative of the beige palette is caramel. Experts recommend placing all gastronomic tones in the kitchen; even a laconic blackout acquires its own special charm.



Features of beige shades on canvases of different fabrics appear differently. Light curtains on grommets can be silently neutral. Laconic blackout can merge with the wall, giving the whole room an unusual look. Blackout curtains, generously decorated with a variety of accessories, will add gloss, chic and aristocraticism to the whole room.

Experts advise when choosing textiles to be guided not so much by color preferences, as by strict guidelines in terms of textures. Any thick curtains (especially Roman linen and blackout) should be organically combined with the decoration of walls, the texture of other textiles in the room and even with patterns on upholstered furniture.




Each fabric is good in its own way:

  • The curtains on the grommets of flax will give a colorful economy;
  • The combination of cream and red curtains of silk or satin improves the atmosphere, giving more elegance;
  • Organza is used both in classic interior installations and for creating original fairy-tale compositions;
  • Curtains on the grommets of expensive dense material with rich patterns or velvet textiles - the perfect solution for complex ornate interiors in the rococo or baroque style.

Classic white tulle fits all beige linen. Particularly advantageous look tender light curtains and snow-white tulle decor. Dark caramel curtains can be emphasized with creamy tulle.




Original blue cloths look spectacular with light chocolate curtains, as well as sand cloths. Amber textiles with shading combined with caramel linens.

Whatever the choice of textiles - a strict, sustained blackout or sophisticated classic textures on the texture - the main thing is to correctly place the necessary accents. Beige textiles fill the room with warmth and comfort, give a sense of tranquility, security and comfort.