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Let’s get lost in layers
With layer upon layer of different types of curtains, you can turn your window into a cozy and
constantly changing scene. It’s beauty that also serves practical functions - the curtains can be
drawn to and from as necessary to adjust the light, sound, temperature and privacy. Let these
solutions guide you towards getting the weekday escapes you want.
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Five ways to adjust light and comfort
Close-up of sheer curtains in two layers and a thick curtain on top.
Oh, the magic of natural light
1, 2, 3 - it’s easy. A sheer layer creates a poetic filtering of the light and stops reflections on screens. A second layer adds privacy, and a third curtain on top shuts out much more light as creating moments of comfort as well.
A bedroom featuring large windows with black block-out roller blinds and one layer of thick grey curtains for cozyness and silence.
Night shift
Need to catch up on some sleep? Change your bedroom from daylight to complete darkness with an inner layer of block-out blinds. A thick curtain on top brings cozyness and dampens sound.
Close-up of a white cellular blind with honeycomb structure that creates a layer of insulation.
Baby, it’s cold outside
Did you know you can adjust the temperature with thick curtains and a blind? HOPPVALS blind creates a layer of insulation, keeping your room warmer during the winter and cooler in the summer. It can even save energy in the colder months.
A living room featuring large windows with a cosy seating area decorated with three layers of curtains. One layer of grey roller blinds that stops reflections on screens, one layer of white sheer curtains that filters the daylight and one layer of blue curtains for privacy.
Quiet, please
Maybe you’re trying to get work done from your living room and get distracted by a noise from the outside. Create a quieter home with a layer of thick curtains. Look for heavy materials such as velvets and linen.
A bright bedroom featuring mullion windows with one layer of sheer white curtains that filters the daylight and one layer of grey-green thick curtains for privacy.
Do not disturb
Layered curtains help shut the world out when you want. A sheer interior layer lets natural light in but still creates privacy. A thick curtain on top blocks out much more light and dampens sound.
Close-up of sheer curtains in two layers and a thick curtain on top.Close-up of a hand pulling down a white cellular blind equipped with a small plastic handle.
Because, it’s just safer
We believe children are the most important people in the world. Therefore, we adapted our range of blinds and curtains to make your windows as safe as possible. We spent four years coming up with alternatives, and where we couldn’t, we simply removed the product from our range. So now all IKEA blinds are completely safe for your kids.
Goodbye cords, hello peace of mind.
Close-up of sheer curtains in two layers and a thick curtain on top.
How many
layers are you?
Welcome to browse through nine combinations of layered curtains in different window styles and sizes – at affordable prices. We’ve picked out the products for you, so it’s easy to recreate what you love in your own home. Take a look and find the cosiest window we have: yours.
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A living room featuring large mullion windows with one layer of white and grey sheer curtains that filters the daylight and one layer of black block-out curtains for privacy.A bright living room featuring large sliding windows with two layers of white and beige sheer panel curtains that filters the daylight and one layer of dark grey thick curtains for privacy.A living room featuring windows with cellular blinds with honeycomb structure that creates a layer of insulation, one layer of white sheer curtains that filters the daylight and one layer of blue curtains for privacy.
A living room featuring large mullion windows with one layer of white and grey sheer curtains that filters the daylight and one layer of black block-out curtains for privacy.A bright living room featuring large sliding windows with two layers of white and beige sheer panel curtains that filters the daylight and one layer of dark grey thick curtains for privacy.A living room featuring windows with cellular blinds with honeycomb structure that creates a layer of insulation, one layer of white sheer curtains that filters the daylight and one layer of blue curtains for privacy.
A living room featuring large mullion windows with one layer of white and grey sheer curtains that filters the daylight and one layer of black block-out curtains for privacy.A bright living room featuring large sliding windows with two layers of white and beige sheer panel curtains that filters the daylight and one layer of dark grey thick curtains for privacy.A living room featuring windows with cellular blinds with honeycomb structure that creates a layer of insulation, one layer of white sheer curtains that filters the daylight and one layer of blue curtains for privacy.
A drawing showing how to measure your window.A drawing showing how to measure your window.
How to measure
your window
Part of the secret to creating really beautiful, easy layered solutions is making sure your window is properly measured.
1. The width of your window (a)
This determines the width of your curtain rod or track rail. Add at least 15 cm on each side to allow the curtains to cover the window properly and open completely.
2. The length of your curtains (b)
This determines the length of your curtains or panel curtains. Measure from the top of the window frame and stop where you want your curtains or panel curtains to end. As a rule of thumb, add 15 cm to the measurement. Mount the curtain rod or rack rail 15 cm above the window frame.
Explore lots of possibilities to hang your curtains with VIDGA curtain hanging system. Easy to use, buy and install.
Watch how to install VIDGA rail: triple track