Living room curtains can change your entire living look. Functionally, the living room curtain will block the light from entering your room and provide privacy. However, it doesn’t mean you can randomly pick up any piece of curtain and hang them up in your room. Changing a curtain is the same as c
Our top 12 picks of curtain for gray wall will ensure to change your living room look.
12 Ideas Curtain for Gray Wall
1. White curtain on grey living room – the safest option for any style
For dark grey walls, there is nothing more beautiful and luxurious than a white curtain. White may feel a little cold but when it’s used on a warm grey base, it can add texture and make the room feel inviting. The trick is to hang the curtains from a higher point of the window to give the illusion of space.
Crafted from double-layer blackout fabric, this white curtain can protect your living room from thermal energy in the summer and keep your room warm in the winter. Moreover, the black side of this curtain also helps to block 100% sunlight and give the softest light to your living room.
2. Grey curtain on grey wall for minimalist design living room
This pick is perfect for a living room with a monochromatic interior design. While you can add several shades of grey to add texture to the overall look, this may be a challenge for a newbie – who can break the overall look and make it messy. Remember to keep it neutral by combining just two shades of grey with white. In this way, I promise you can give your living room a modern but timeless look.
3. Soft pink curtain on the light grey living room
Since pink and grey go beautifully together, they can bring a feminine touch to a grey room. Unlike the feeling if you paint all the room with pink color, just adding soft pink to some of your furniture can give your home a fun and elegant look.
This pink colour curtain is designed with pom pom trimmings on each border adding so much cute and soft looks. The black yarn in the middle of this haft blackout curtain ensures durability and black 75% of sunlight.
4. Charcoal grey curtain for light grey living room
Because the wall color is a lighter grey, the darker charcoal grey curtains work as a great contrast. The touches of black in the wrought iron curtain rods, plant stand, and side tables create brushstrokes of darkness against the natural light – creating a modern and elegant feeling for the overall look. This color mix is suitable for a simple design living room with just 3 – 4 colors. Remember, the less color used in your living room, the more elegant feeling it can bring to the overall look.
This charcoal grey sheer curtain will lighten up your living room with airiness and beautiful light. If you want to protect the privacy of your living room area but still wanna get some beautiful sunlight to go through, this must be your perfect option.
5. Mustard Curtains Against A Gray Green Wall
The sunny, dark yellow curtains bring out the green hues in the grey painted walls creating a luxurious feeling in minimal design and an enthusiastic feeling for the overall look.
See how the yellow curtain can transform your living room.
This super-soft velvet curtain will bring an elegant look to your living room.
6. Silk Curtain – Bring Luxurious to Your Room
Silk curtain is incredibly luxurious, it is soft and has a glossy, vibrant appearance. However, the silk curtain will be a little bit pricey.
7. Floral Curtain
Choosing a floral curtain for your grey living room can help to add a beautiful look to your overall look. This will bring a fresh and summer vibe to the whole look.
8. Natural Green on Grey Living Room
Green is associated with peace and cleanliness feeling. This curtain color will be perfect for a living room that faces garden views. Add some plants next to the curtain, we ensure it will bring your family a stream of energy and a fresh feeling.
How to choose the curtain for grey living room
Choosing a perfect length
How high your curtain is above the window can up or down your interior game. While the curtain that falls exactly to the floor level makes your living room look tidy, the curtain that is a few inches longer can add drama to your room. However, if your living room is small, you should come with one that is a couple of inches above the floor. That will make your room look bigger and tidy.
Choosing the best fabric
There are many materials used for curtains creating its variety in price and look. With Christine Dovey experience – our expert in home design ideas, cotton is the most common and safe option. It is light, breathable and easy to take care of. Moreover, the price for a cotton curtain is reasonable.
How about some things more luxurious? It may be the silk or silk-mix curtain. The silk curtain lets light go through for an airy, luxurious appearance. However, it is also three or four times more expensive and harder to take care of. Moreover, silk curtain is easy to be damaged by sunlight and thermal lowering its lifetime.
Smartly choosing curtain color and pattern can change your game
This is the most important step in deciding the aesthetic of your living room. Think about what color and pattern can complement the style of your living room with basic design theory. For example, warm tone color mix well with warm tone color.
Moreover, the lighter the curtain color it is, the faster it will be damaged by the sun and thermal.