Gone are the days of curtains being considered old fashioned! These days, you will find a huge range of gorgeous prints and natural linen fabrics to ensure your curtains are anything, but boring.

Curtains have really made a big come back in Australian homes in the past decade…. modern curtains are stylish and practical and there are many curtain fabrics to choose from to suit the latest interior design trends.

Neutrals and grey tones are still very popular choices when it comes to 2021 curtain trends…. we’re also seeing the use of warm earthy tones this season to complement soft furnishings and homewares. 

If you’re looking for inspiration, take a look at Dulux’s 2021 paint trends…..their Nourish paint palette features natural hues of sage and moss green, combined with turmeric and citrus. Dulux also have a palette of warm whites and greys with a brown-base to complement dusty blues.

For the more adventurous, or if you are looking to add energy to a room, try using colours such as teal green, red and lilac tones.

Newcastle Curtains and Blinds offer a fantastic range of curtain fabrics. Our curtain range includes natural linens, lightweight sheer fabrics, right through to gorgeous florals and bold designer patterns.

Read on to find out more about the 2021 Curtain Trends that are popular here in Australia…..

Sheer Curtains

Sheer curtains are still extremely popular for those who are looking to add a luxurious look to their home.  Sheers provide a veil of privacy throughout the day and you can include a blockout layer that can be pulled across in the evenings to create privacy.

Lightweight sheer fabrics come in a range of tones and textures, making it easy to find something to suit your home. For those of us who love to surround themselves with natural products, our linen sheers offer a gorgeous look that won’t date.

Neutrals & Earthy Tones

If you’re looking for a curtain option that will last the distance as far as trends go, neutral tones are most definitely the way to go. Warm greys, off whites, stone and beige tones are always popular choices for new homes, but this year the industry is seeing the trend move toward the use of warmer earthy tones like rust, tan and terracotta. Blush pinks seem to be a thing of the past and we are now seeing soft plum hues and dusty blues being introduced into interiors.

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Natural Curtain Fabrics

There’s something special about the texture of natural products, so if you prefer natural cotton fabrics, you will be impressed by the number of linen curtain fabrics available. Linen sheers are one of the most popular window furnishing choices for new homes and luxury residences in Australia in 2021 and with very good reason.

As with most natural products, linen curtain fabrics tend to be more expensive than other fabrics. For those on a limited budget, the good news is, that there are several curtain fabrics available that offer a similar look to linen.

Newcastle Curtains and Blinds has an experienced interior designer to assist clients with in-home curtains and blinds selections.

Patterns & Prints

To add some character to your home, consider a fabric with a bold pattern or a gorgeous floral print for something a little different. You can really have some fun with curtain fabrics if you want to add colour and personality to a room….think texture, bold prints, colour, fun prints.

Introducing fabrics with different textures or patterns, will allow you to create interesting layers in a room.  For those who prefer a contemporary look, stripes and simple repeat patterns, in beige or blues, will look right at home in Hamptons and coastal style interiors.

Made to Measure Curtains

The beauty of having your curtains custom made, is that you have the freedom to choose from a large range of fabrics to get the look you’re after. Made to measure curtains are made using your exact window measurements. This means, that you will have peace of mind knowing your new curtains will fit perfectly when installed.

Newcastle Curtains and Blinds services home owners living in Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, Port Stephens and the Hunter Valley region. We offer a free in-home measure and quote service and our window furnishings consultant will bring a range of fabrics to your home.  Click here, to arrange an in-house measure and quote.

We hope that our 2021 curtain trends blog has provided you with some useful information.

Catherine

 

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