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Brown curtains

Samantha Gibson by Samantha Gibson

Create a warm and welcoming environment with layers of rich cocoa, caramel and tan at your windows. In our latest article, we take you through our collection of brown curtains and show you how to use this shade at home.

Earthy and relaxed

With a combination of taupe, mocha and grey linear stripes, our Wilcox Natural curtains are the perfect way to add a touch of understated style to your windows. The neutral yet rich colour palette works particularly well in pared-back, rustic interiors, like this kitchen. Natural wooden furniture and a jug filled with fresh flowers are all you need to complete the relaxed look.

A hint of colour

If you’re looking to add a touch of colour to an all-white scheme, consider soft brown and sandy shades. They’ll prevent your neutral room feeling cool or stark and, crucially, won’t disrupt the balance of your space. Take inspiration from this country kitchen and dress windows - or a draughty door - with our embroidered Pyrus Earth curtains for a stylish look.

Going global

The tribal trend is everywhere this season. To get this look in your own home, choose a pair of statement print curtains in rich cocoa - like our Muriva design. Pair with leather, rich wood tones and plenty of lush greenery for an authentic ethnic feel.

Create a cosy cocoon

There’s something about the mix of brown and cream that makes us want to hunker down. To create a space that you can cocoon yourself in, dress your windows with a pair of thermal-lined, full-length made to measure curtains, then adorn your sofa with as many coordinating cushions as it can hold. We’ve chosen Seraphina Rosewood curtains and Clarence off White Roman blind for this living area.

Golden highlights

As well as rich cocoa and soft mink, or collection of brown curtains also includes burnished metallics too. So the next time you’re refreshing your interior, consider giving it a coppery glow with our Roche curtains in irresistible Ochre.

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