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Brown Curtains For Your Bedroom

Updated on February 20, 2011

Finding just the right decor for your master bedroom can be a daunting task for some homeowners. The makers of bedding, throw rugs, paint, flooring, and window treatments have given consumers so many options, that it is hard to choose at times. Well, getting back to basics is the best bet in a situation like this and going with neutral colors is the not only the safest consideration for a bedroom, but is also the most popular theme currently on the market. People tend to unwind and loosen up a little more when earth tones are used. Start with your window coverings, and the use of brown curtains to develop your room’s theme.

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Brown curtains make a great neutral color that is calming and relaxing.
Brown curtains make a great neutral color that is calming and relaxing.

Different Shades of Brown Curtains

With computer technology creating variations of colors in between the basics, there are literally hundreds of shades of brown available in just about any curtain fabric or bedding. You may not recognize all the fancy names that are essentially a variation of brown, but doing a quick online search for the phrase “brown color chart”, will help you isolate your favorite selections:

Below is a list of varying shades brown:

  • Taupe
  • Khaki
  • Coffee
  • Espresso
  • Sandy Mud
  • Light Brown
  • Saddle Brown
  • Wet Cement
  • Dark Rust
  • Brown
  • Milk Chocolate
  • Sandy Brown
  • Brown
  • Leather
  • Dark Brown
  • Pewter Brown
  • Gray brown
  • Light Beige

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Dark and Light Shades Make Up Great Brown Curtains

Combing dark and light shades will allow you to blend your window treatment with all the colors that your room is decorated in to give it a completed and tasteful look. Ready made curtains can also have matching rugs, and comforter sets from the same producer giving you a showroom quality in your home. Finding these matched sets may take a little more time searching on your part, but is well worth the investment for the end result. Brown curtains combined with pink, medium, or light blue, and even yellow will give you a trendy look that has come into fashion lately.

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