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how to cover french door windows

A French door is a door, usually one of two, with panes of glass extending most of its length. Sometimes we need some privacy and those panes of glass prevent us from getting them. So you have to treat these slices somehow. Today I want to share a few ideas on how to do this in style.

In fact, the treatment of French doors is almost the same as common windows: curtains, blinds, and both. Let’s look at each of them.

curtains

Curtains are the most popular way to keep some privacy and not spoil the interior, as even the most sophisticated decor goes well with them. Choose curtains according to the style and colors of your room. If you’re hesitant, try lighter neutrals as these always look airy and freshen up room decorations. Not only can you attach them above the door, but also directly on the doors. When you do this, choose an arch shape so that they let in some light.

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Roman or vertical shades are another popular idea. They can be of different colors and patterns. Choose colors that go with your room decor and when you don’t need them, just put them together. Bamboo colors add a textured look to room decorations and are often used in conjunction with curtains. This contrasting, stylish look adds a special touch to any room decoration.

Macramé is a popular boho element that is becoming increasingly common in home decor. It fits easily into modern and eclectic mid-century boho spaces and creates a relaxed feeling outdoors. Today we're sharing some cool macrame furniture, and if you want decorations, head over to our DIY roundup.

Macrame chairs

A macrame chair is a great idea to add a boho and feel of nature to the room. Such chairs are usually white and round, but of course there are different colors and shapes that easily fit into the room. Not only can you go for adult chairs but some cute kids and babies too. Macramé stools are welcome too, they look boho and even tropical - wood and white macramé on the seat are fantastic.

Other macrame furniture

You can also try macrame day beds, bassinets (oh so cute!), Stools, and even shelves - a hanger that doubles as decor. DIY them or buy them and make your interior more boho, which means edgy.

About Warwick

Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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