Curtains For French Doors

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Curtains For French Doors

Patio Door Curtains: Perk up the Entrance to Your Patio As the gateway to your backyard, you need the right patio door curtains to set the mood. The patio door is a commonly overlooked space, but you can bring this area to life with a new set of curtains. Look at the function of the doors and hardware in order to choose the right type of curtains. Full length curtains are a great option if you don’t use your patio frequently. If you use it constantly, try shorter curtains because longer curtains can quickly pick up the dirt you track in and out of the house. Vertical blinds cover patio doors and other expansive windows easily. They are one of the most affordable options out there. At JCPenney you can get your blinds in a variety of colors to match your home décor. Another great thing about vertical blinds is that they are very easy to clean and dust. Wipe them down with a warm cloth to remove any stains. We have a wide selection of patio door curtains ranging from blackout to light diffusing curtains. In addition to a wide range of curtain types, we have a diverse selection of colors and patterns too. Express your style with the perfect patio door curtains in the window department today. Elegant Door Window Curtains Decorate your doors with beautiful door window curtains from Liz Claiborne, Royal Velvet, and other great brands you love. Liz Claiborne is a big name in women’s wear. The line has been outfitting women in fashion-forward clothes for decades, but now the company has taken on the home décor market. If you adore Liz Claiborne clothing, then you will fall in love with their home décor. The line is marked by soft neutrals in sheer fabrics that you can match with your current décor and use to gently diffuse light. Royal Velvet features deep and rich colors in a variety of shades. Get curtains for large door windows and slender sidelight panels. Keep your home warm and chic with Royal Velvet’s amazing thermal curtains. Thermal curtains can help you conserve energy! We have everything you need to add some zest to your windows. Shop door window curtains and patio curtains in the window department. Save big!
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Curtains For French Doors

Everything In This Slideshow 1 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Layered Treatments Both purposeful and pretty, two pairs of panels dress the French doors in this dining area. The rod closest to the window supports a transparent floral print — perfect for letting in light and gaining privacy when pulled closed. The outer drapery, a solid blush color, works to frame the floral fabric, adding even more softness to the feminine space. 2 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Triple Play An arcade of windows makes a striking focal point in this living area. Draperies are hung from a track at ceiling height to accommodate the arched doorways. Divided into four separate panels, the window treatments easily slide to cover doors individually or as a singular wall unit. 3 of 16 Facebook Pinterest White Out The pair of French doors in this bedroom opens onto a deck. A single rod hangs across the opening of both doors so draperies don’t impede door usage, and the panels are wide enough to sufficiently cover doors when closed. Because of the beachfront location, it’s a good idea to choose a heavy fabric (or line the treatments) to block early-morning light. 4 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Contrasting Coverage With a set of French doors and a multitude of windows, this sunroom showcases neat louver blinds that close easily or pull up and down for light preference. Contrasting the off-white walls and grooved wood ceiling, the stained wood finish adds visual interest. 5 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Connected Dots Unifying windows and French doors, the same pale blue dotted fabric is used for all window treatments. On windows, drapery panels hang from rings. But because of the heavy molding above the door, there’s no good place to hang a rod. The solution? Roman shades. 6 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Elegant Impact With high ceilings and elegant molding, this bedroom called for equally dramatic window treatments. Draperies topped with box pleat valances trim individual windows and the bay. For consistency, and to maintain the soothing palette, the designer repeated the soft fabrics used on bed linens. Not only does a valance-drapery combination add impact, valances are ideal for covering working parts. 7 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Extra Embellishment Crisp Roman shades cover French doors in this sunny nook. To add a little flair to plain white fabric, a ribbon of blue trim runs a vertical path down each side, tying the window treatment with the chair upholstery. Grosgrain ribbon applied with a hot-glue gun is an easy no-sew alternative for do-it-yourselfers. 8 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Wide Open In this living area, French doors open to an outdoor living space, expanding the entertaining area for guests or parties. To keep the flow between spaces open, the rod extends beyond the door frame, offering a place for drapes to rest against the wall and out of the way. For a more intimate setting, draperies visually close the space at the room’s outside wall. 9 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Smart Repetition The same floral print repeats in the tufted headboard, bedskirt, and draperies, bringing a united look to this comfy bedroom. Using the same design treatment, windows and French doors showcase rods hung at ceiling height and panels that extend to the floor. On both windows and doors, the rod extends past the trim molding so draperies can fall to the side, allowing for both natural light and ease of access. 10 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Industrial Edge Custom-width French doors crafted from steel lend industrial style to this transitional living room. Playing off the dark frame, a steel rod anchored in the ceiling runs along the expanse of the doors. Dark brown draperies mesh with the metal finish. 11 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Doubled Up Dark-stained French doors and blue draperies harmonize with the colors in this brown-and-blue living area. The doors, with their paneled grids (mullions), pick up on the bold graphic pattern on armchairs. The blue drapery color is repeated in a paint treatment on the back of bookshelves. Because of the wide space between doors, the designer treated each unit individually, installing a single rod above each door. 12 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Traditional Leanings Two pairs of French doors with transoms flood this living area with light. Playing to the scale of the room, the designer used rods with a large span, hanging draperies above the transoms for maximum effect. For added detail, tassels hang from the top of the rods, and a band of color adds interest to the bottom. 13 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Linear Design In this cottage bedroom, architectural details and draperies work as a singular visual unit. Draperies play off the ceiling beams, continuing the linear design, and fabric repeats the ceiling paint color. Crisp pleats pull the lines of the weighty fabric downward in neat strokes. 14 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Hidden Function Since the mechanics of draperies are never the prettiest part of a window treatment, wide molding in this living room hides the track system for draperies that easily span the wall width when closed. A wide Roman shade is affixed to the doors, adding a second layer of privacy when drapes are open. 15 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Natural Inclination When a home has great architectural details, it’s best to accentuate them rather than cover them with draperies. Playing to the cane headboards, rattan table, and straw hues, standard-size matchstick blinds fit windows and doors. Simple in style and inexpensive, the blinds gain prominence when set against the heavy wood molding. 16 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Next Slideshow Kitchen Window Treatments Kitchen Window Treatments In a room as functional as a kitchen, which is packed with metal appliances and wood cabinets, window treatments might be the only source of softness and embellishment in the entire space. Here are the four things you need to consider when choosing kitchen window treatments. Begin Slideshow » Related Ideas for Multiple Windows Window Treatment Ideas: 4 Solutions for a Sliding Door Four Bay Window Treatment Ideas that Work
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Curtains For French Doors

1 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Layered Treatments Both purposeful and pretty, two pairs of panels dress the French doors in this dining area. The rod closest to the window supports a transparent floral print — perfect for letting in light and gaining privacy when pulled closed. The outer drapery, a solid blush color, works to frame the floral fabric, adding even more softness to the feminine space. 2 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Triple Play An arcade of windows makes a striking focal point in this living area. Draperies are hung from a track at ceiling height to accommodate the arched doorways. Divided into four separate panels, the window treatments easily slide to cover doors individually or as a singular wall unit. 3 of 16 Facebook Pinterest White Out The pair of French doors in this bedroom opens onto a deck. A single rod hangs across the opening of both doors so draperies don’t impede door usage, and the panels are wide enough to sufficiently cover doors when closed. Because of the beachfront location, it’s a good idea to choose a heavy fabric (or line the treatments) to block early-morning light. 4 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Contrasting Coverage With a set of French doors and a multitude of windows, this sunroom showcases neat louver blinds that close easily or pull up and down for light preference. Contrasting the off-white walls and grooved wood ceiling, the stained wood finish adds visual interest. 5 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Connected Dots Unifying windows and French doors, the same pale blue dotted fabric is used for all window treatments. On windows, drapery panels hang from rings. But because of the heavy molding above the door, there’s no good place to hang a rod. The solution? Roman shades. 6 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Elegant Impact With high ceilings and elegant molding, this bedroom called for equally dramatic window treatments. Draperies topped with box pleat valances trim individual windows and the bay. For consistency, and to maintain the soothing palette, the designer repeated the soft fabrics used on bed linens. Not only does a valance-drapery combination add impact, valances are ideal for covering working parts. 7 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Extra Embellishment Crisp Roman shades cover French doors in this sunny nook. To add a little flair to plain white fabric, a ribbon of blue trim runs a vertical path down each side, tying the window treatment with the chair upholstery. Grosgrain ribbon applied with a hot-glue gun is an easy no-sew alternative for do-it-yourselfers. 8 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Wide Open In this living area, French doors open to an outdoor living space, expanding the entertaining area for guests or parties. To keep the flow between spaces open, the rod extends beyond the door frame, offering a place for drapes to rest against the wall and out of the way. For a more intimate setting, draperies visually close the space at the room’s outside wall. 9 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Smart Repetition The same floral print repeats in the tufted headboard, bedskirt, and draperies, bringing a united look to this comfy bedroom. Using the same design treatment, windows and French doors showcase rods hung at ceiling height and panels that extend to the floor. On both windows and doors, the rod extends past the trim molding so draperies can fall to the side, allowing for both natural light and ease of access. 10 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Industrial Edge Custom-width French doors crafted from steel lend industrial style to this transitional living room. Playing off the dark frame, a steel rod anchored in the ceiling runs along the expanse of the doors. Dark brown draperies mesh with the metal finish. 11 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Doubled Up Dark-stained French doors and blue draperies harmonize with the colors in this brown-and-blue living area. The doors, with their paneled grids (mullions), pick up on the bold graphic pattern on armchairs. The blue drapery color is repeated in a paint treatment on the back of bookshelves. Because of the wide space between doors, the designer treated each unit individually, installing a single rod above each door. 12 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Traditional Leanings Two pairs of French doors with transoms flood this living area with light. Playing to the scale of the room, the designer used rods with a large span, hanging draperies above the transoms for maximum effect. For added detail, tassels hang from the top of the rods, and a band of color adds interest to the bottom. 13 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Linear Design In this cottage bedroom, architectural details and draperies work as a singular visual unit. Draperies play off the ceiling beams, continuing the linear design, and fabric repeats the ceiling paint color. Crisp pleats pull the lines of the weighty fabric downward in neat strokes. 14 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Hidden Function Since the mechanics of draperies are never the prettiest part of a window treatment, wide molding in this living room hides the track system for draperies that easily span the wall width when closed. A wide Roman shade is affixed to the doors, adding a second layer of privacy when drapes are open. 15 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Natural Inclination When a home has great architectural details, it’s best to accentuate them rather than cover them with draperies. Playing to the cane headboards, rattan table, and straw hues, standard-size matchstick blinds fit windows and doors. Simple in style and inexpensive, the blinds gain prominence when set against the heavy wood molding. 16 of 16 Facebook Pinterest Next Slideshow Kitchen Window Treatments Kitchen Window Treatments In a room as functional as a kitchen, which is packed with metal appliances and wood cabinets, window treatments might be the only source of softness and embellishment in the entire space. Here are the four things you need to consider when choosing kitchen window treatments. Begin Slideshow » Related Ideas for Multiple Windows Window Treatment Ideas: 4 Solutions for a Sliding Door Four Bay Window Treatment Ideas that Work

Curtains For French Doors

Curtains For French Doors
Curtains For French Doors
Curtains For French Doors
Curtains For French Doors

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