I love custom window treatments! It’s amazing to get to source a designer fabric for a client and then get beautiful panels produced to my specifications. Custom window panels can be get pricey! Typically for one window I will need around 6-7 yards of fabric! That’s a lot of money and we haven’t even talked about labor yet. I love finding great ready to buy options, but it’s hard. I find that so many options out there that are in the $20-$50 a panel range end up having grommet holes for the curtain rods. I hate the look of a grommet hole. I think it works well in very little design styles and to be honest it looks cheap to me.
I always love sharing great buys with you and my latest source for designer curtains on a budget is Overstock! I know that Overstock can be overwhelming, but lately I’ve been sourcing from it a lot of I have found some gems!
Flambe Blackout Curtain Panels: Love that it’s an updated take on a stripe. It reminds me of the ink blot trend I’ve been seeing around, but it’s crisper and more timeless. It has a bit of a global flare to it. They are lined! They are back tab, which means you slide your rod through the end of the panel so it gives this really nice look to it from the front. It comes in a handful of colors and sizes and ranges from $57-$76 a panel depending on a length and color.
Aurora Home Black out curtain panels: For people that are scared of pattern these are the curtain panels for you! Again they are lined in black out fabric, which is great because they have a heavier weight to them and block sunlight. They are also back tab panel, but is my header of choice! I just the love the look of it and it’s available in rainbow of colors! Seriously they have pink, purple, green, orange, blue, etc. Only $42 a panel!
Cabana stripe curtains: Of course I had to throw a traditional stripe into the mix. You know I can be picky with my stripe width, but these are just right. So, preppy and happy! They can work in a casual or more traditional setting! These are not lined with black out fabric so, that is something to note. People have mentioned that light goes through them. I have had curtains lined for around $20 at my dry cleaners if that is of concern to you. Less than $50 a panel for 96″ length!
Ashby Patterned curtain panels: If you are looking for a small scale patterned curtain then this is the curtain for you. It reminds me a bit of block print or some pattern that could have easily come from John Robshaw. This curtain is lined, but it’s not block out.
If you are not scared of pattern and want to go big or go home then this is my pick for you! Isn’t that pattern amazing? Love how bold it is. Love that it reminds me a little of maze and has a touch of preppy style to it! Love, love, love.
I believe these curtains are all currently on sale and it looks like the sale ends tomorrow! So, if you see something you like then pick it up and let me know how they look!