Dark Purple Curtains For Bedroom

Oct 03, 2012 5 Comments by

Dark purple velvet curtains for bedroom

Dark purple velvet curtains for bedroom

Purple damask blackout curtains BR

Purple damask blackout curtains BR

Purple curtains for bedroom

Purple curtains for bedroom

Dark purple blackout bedroom drapes

Dark purple blackout bedroom drapes

Plum purple curtains for bedroom

Plum purple curtains for bedroom

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Purple sheer drapes for bedroom

Dark purple bedroom curtains

Dark purple bedroom curtains

Purple faux silk curtains for bedroom

Purple faux silk curtains for bedroom


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5 Responses to “Dark Purple Curtains For Bedroom”

  1. Maggie says:

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    • Enoc says:

      86eMariaReading all the Q&A on your blog was the most fun i have had in weeks! You should be on HGTV! i am siytang up late hours every night soaking up on photos of white kitchens with carrara trying to figure out what the heck i should do. i have a crazy job, a one-year old and a torn up kitchen and my biggest worry has been “which white paint?” for weeks! i am obsessing now. i can’t go overbudget on another item and the calacatta marble (which has a creamier hue) is a lot more expensive than the honed carrara slab i have found. i also really love the carrara. it is so classic and my house has a cottagy, french provincial/country look that would go well with carrara/farmhouse sink look. i think that a white white would look better with the carrara. but my concern is that my entire downstairs and most of upstairs is SW’s dover white (walls) and high gloss oil in SW accessible beige (thick crown and chair rails). plus i prefer to use a white crackled subway tile for backsplash and those are barely off-white (don’t seem to come in pure white). my floors are the darkest stain of pine and look like they came out of an old church (beat up in a charming way). i am getting beaded inset, traditional raised panel cabinets with an entire wall of mullianed-glass 42 inch cabinets around the window/sink area and a wood hood cover. appliances are all Viking and exposed. any thoughts? should i give up on carrara with off-white cabinets and backsplash??? i am willing to pull away from the creaminess of SW dover white but don’t want to go all the way to the pure white side. i am also leaning towards keeping SW accessible beige in the kitchen, maybe on the walls in the breakfast nook, in the tile backplash (only inside rectangle behind range) and possibly on the back wall of the glass cabinets to make my white dishes pop. the cabinets will go up all 9 feet so no place for any more accessible beige than a little tile and bfast nook. all the crown and chair rails in bfast nook will need to match the off white cabinet color selected. you are a white paint goddess! thanks, Jennifer24

  3. Pranee says:

    Nice read, I just passed this onto a frined who was doing some research on that. And he actually bought me lunch as I found it for him smile Thus let me rephrase that: Thanks for lunch! A human being has a natural desire to have more of a good thing than he needs. by Mark Twain.