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The best beaded curtains for a bohemian touch to your space

Don’t forget that beaded curtains aren’t just for windows. You can hang many of these products across doorways, closets, and even on walls to decorate your home.

Adding beaded curtains to your home can help to complete a space. Beaded details often catch the light, making an impressive statement when hung in windows. If traditional window curtains just aren’t right, beaded options create a unique twist and add some character to your room.

Sapphire Home Window Sheer Curtain Panel

Best Sheer Curtain

With the Sapphire Home Window Sheer Curtain Panel, you can add a stylish touch to any room without making the room darker. This sheer set includes four panels attached together for an incredibly easy installation. Two valances with beads are attached to the panels, and two fabric tiebacks are included to complete the look. Choose from 16 color pairs, including floral patterns, to match your color palette.

No. 918 Erica Sheer Curtain Valance

Best Valance

The No. 918 Erica Sheer Curtain Valance adds a beautiful touch to any room. Crushed sheer voile fabric filters light without making your room too dark, and easily dresses up your window. The rod pocket design makes hanging each valance easy. The beaded scalloped design complements most décor schemes. This valance measures 15 x 24 inches.

Timere Tassel Curtain

Best Tassel Curtain

The eye-catching Timere Tassel Curtain is the perfect way to dress up any room. This hanging bead curtain features silver lurex foils and beads that glitter beautifully in the sun. Measuring 39.4 x 78.8 inches, this panel offers plenty of coverage, and you can cut it to fit your window or door. It is easy to hang and, with 22 different colors available, you’re sure to find the perfect shade for every room in your home.

Beaded curtains are a fun and stylish way to add a touch of detail to your windows and home. Many of these curtains are suitable for use in multiple areas, creating color in doorways, closets, and more. Easy to install and aesthetically pleasing, these curtains can help you decorate your home like a pro.

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