Blush curtains, brass curtain rods, and linen tie up shades are the perfect window treatments for our master bedroom!
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After more than 4 years in our home, our bedroom finally feels like a cozy retreat. I feel like spaces in my home are never really complete…and that’s okay! It’s also part of the fun. I wanted to share with you the most recent update to our master bedroom, but first a little story…
When we first moved into our home, I didn’t think we needed window treatments on any of the windows. We live on 10 acres, on a hill, with hardly any neighbors. Our master bedroom faces East, so we do get A LOT of morning sunlight. But that hasn’t really bothered me at all. I first added window shades and curtains in our son’s room to help with the sunlight (his room faces west) during the summer as he gets up super early for work. Then, when we gave the guest room a refresh, I added shades and curtains in there too. I’ve really enjoyed the coziness of the layers. So, our bedroom was the final room that felt kind of bare and too modern.
I really wanted relaxed roman shades for our windows…but do you know how much custom window treatments are? Way out of our budget. So to get a similar look (for less), I went with tie up linen shades layered with velvet curtains.
Tie Up Linen Curtains
Open weave linen blended fabric in off-white; can be hung as curtain valance, rod pocket normal curtain, tie up shade with any height
Brass Drapery Rod
We used two different widths/lengths for our bedroom. We have two small windows and then a large window that covers the Eastern wall.
1-Inch Drapery Rod Extends from 66 to 120 Inches
Silky Velvet Blackout Drapes
This is a 2-panel set. I ordered 2 sets in the blush beige color. It’s the softest blush pink.
The Final Look
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I absolutely love the coziness of the layered curtains and shades. If you’re on the fence about window treatments, I say go for it. You do not need to spend a fortune! I spent under $200 total for the window treatments, including the hardware.
Until Next Time Treasure Hunters!