In addition to providing privacy, outdoor drapery panels can give patios and porches the feel and function of an interior space when the panels are drawn closed. With panels, you can choose to entertain your guests with a breezy, sunny lunch or a secluded, intimate dinner—it's your call!
Elegant simplicity describes this high-rise apartment. A custom cornice and drapery panels frame the large window and soften the room. Subtle metallic accents and reflective surfaces are the perfect finishing touch.
Create a bedroom that feels soft and serene with a subtle, monochromatic window treatment. This all-white treatment combines a geometric patterned shade with billowy drapery panels. The contrast in styles adds design depth.
This double slipper copper tub takes center stage of the master bathroom with amazing views of a mountain and surrounding lands through the picture window. Antler-printed drapery panels and a pair of pendant lights soften the space.
Beach Flip's Melissa and Mahdi created the feel of a room full of windows by adding drapery panels on two walls of this renovated living room. A wall-mounted TV can be covered by the top set of panels.
Each of this deck's separate areas are represented through a clever mix of outdoor drapery panels, indoor-outdoor rugs and functional furniture placement. To keep everything cohesive, the same hues are used throughout, including in this outdoor living room.
In this cozy living room, three awkwardly spaced windows were unified by dressing them with pleated curtain panels in a citrine and steel gray Greek Key pattern. Bright accent pillows bring punches of color to the predominantly neutral space.
Dark charcoal drapery panels add solid color, while patterned sheers allow plenty of light to fill this warm, sunny space. A big, soft sectional and bright orange poufs provide comfy seating. The wood coffee table fits the space to perfection.
A tall potted palm brings the outdoors into this contemporary living space. Gray walls provide a neutral backdrop for contemporary furnishings and bold accessories. Drapery panels that frame the French doors feature a contrast border in a bold, bright coral.