This weekend I took some time to finally hang curtain panels in our master bedroom. We have had white roman shades up since right after we moved in, but I’ve been stalled on getting curtains for a while. Ideally, I would love to have custom panels made from this Malta fabric by Iman Home in Peacock:
The cost is prohibitive currently, because for just the fabric for three windows, we would be looking at spending $700-$800. So I’ve had my eye out for some less expensive alternatives that we could be happy with for the time being. I was at Tuesday Morning and came across these light-weight teal panels that have a faux linen look, but are just cotton.
I’m not a huge fan of grommet-top panels and the fabric is quite thin and not lined, but they are extra-wide at 54″ and long at 96″ and I have the lined roman shades for blocking light. They are not the same color/shade as my accent fabrics, but complementary, which I like so that it isn’t so matchy-matchy. Bradley likes them a lot and had mentioned a few times lately that he would really like to have curtains to make the room feel more finished.
The total cost with these curtain rods from Amazon came in at around $155, so I can’t complain about that.