Small homes or apartments have become more and more common, especially in large cities all around the world. This is quite reasonable as this kind of property is much more affordable, especially for any young generations that just only started their career.
Decorating these kinds of homes can be very tricky. But if it is done properly, the results will be very worth it.
The key to decorating any small home or small room is to select every single piece of items or elements carefully. All element inside that particular room should be going together to help make the small spaces visually looks much more spacious, whether it’s the wall colors, the furnishings, or even the small decorative items such as curtains.
When it comes to curtains, obviously the best choice for any small room is to use a solid, plain curtain with light neutral colors.
However, there may be some cases where you need the curtain that had some pattern in it. Don’t worry, you can still use these kinds of curtains, as long as you are choosing the right pattern that we will share with you in this article.
And actually, some patterns can even help to make the room visually feel larger. Let’s get started.
What Curtain Patterns Goes with Small Room?
Simple Two-tone Horizontal Curtains
This kind of curtains is one of the best when it comes to the small room. Its appearance is still in line with the goals to make everything looks simple, but it’s much more attractive and interesting compared to any plain or solid curtains.
As you can see in the image above, the white and blue curtains are perfect to add some blue to the room, while its white keep everything simple and light.
Small Horizontal Striped Curtains
We love to use this kind of curtains when decorating any narrow room. The horizontal stripe will create some beautiful effects that help manipulate our eyes and make the room feel wider.
However, avoid choosing any curtains with too small stripe patterns, and only choose the one that is still easily noticeable.
Large Horizontal Pattern
Alternatively, you can go with a large horizontal pattern such as this one. This can be really helpful to make any room feel wider, while the large appearance makes it looks much more simple compared to the smaller ones.
This kind of curtains can be easily fit in any decor style, whether it’s classical or a modern contemporary one.
Large Floral Pattern
A floral pattern is actually not a recommended curtain pattern choice for small living room, but if you want this kind of beautiful pattern, you can still use it with two important conditions.
First, use any curtains with simple and large textures, avoid the smaller ones as they will look cramped and complicated.
And secondly, choose only floral curtains that had no more than 3 different colors, or for the best results, go with the ones that only had 2 colors such as the one that we used in the example above.
Large Abstract Circle Pattern
No, we don’t mean small polka dot style curtains, avoid it at any cost for a small room! Instead, you can use any curtains with some large circular patterns like the example above.
We love to use these kinds of curtains for any room that had too much edge and needs some dynamic looks to create a perfect visual balance.
Geometric Trellis Pattern
Without a doubt, this is one of the most popular patterns today, especially for any recent and up-to-date decor styles like modern, contemporary, or even the trending Scandinavian style.
This kind of curtains can still be used in any small room, as long as you are choosing the ones with a large pattern.
The color selections can also play an important role here, you can use almost any color, even the bold or vibrant ones, as long as they are combined with light neutral colors, preferably white.
If you prefer a unique, modern look that can still help make the entire space looks a bit larger, then you can try these creative zig-zag patterned curtains.
It can bring a very similar visual effect as any horizontal pattern, but in a more artistic and creative look that surely will be a great addition to attract everyone’s attention.