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Curtains & blinds

Saying yes to privacy and no to sun glare starts with your window treatments. It's all about choosing the solution that works best for you. Whether that's blackout curtains or roller blinds, a corner fixture or a simple grey curtain panel, you can find them all in lots of colours and styles.

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Curtains and blinds help you night and day

Whatever you’re doing, you can do it better with curtains and blinds. They can block out light to help you sleep, keep the sun off your TV so you don’t miss anything in your favourite shows, make evenings cosier when you want to relax, and more.

A bed stands near a window with a window treatment consisting of BIRTNA block-out curtains and HILJA curtains.
The head of a bed beside a window with a window treatment consisting of a HOPPVALS cellular blind and HILLEBORG curtains.
A BLÅKULLEN upholstered bed frame in a living room where curtains hang in the window and across the room as a room divider.
Part of a light pink SILVERLÖNN sheer curtain which is hanging in a bright window on a sunny day.
The stem of a plant reaches up into a window with curtains and a grey KADRILJ wireless/battery-operated roller blind.
A BOAXEL wardrobe combination, partly screened off by beige ANNAKAJSA curtains, used as a workstation and to store clothes.
An area in a room with two light grey KIVIK three-seat sofas is divided off by hanging SANDÄNGSFLY curtains.
A RISBYN pendant lamp hangs over a bed with STRANDTRIFT bed linen next to a window with HILJA curtains.

Summer windows with a rosy glow

Light, bright days put a natural spotlight on your windows. Take the opportunity to filter the sun through sheer curtains, letting their colour become a theme – like this petal pink mood – for the entire room.

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A pink GRADVIS vase on a GLADOM tray table beside a rattan armchair by a window with light-pink SILVERLÖNN sheer curtains.
A pink GRADVIS vase with flowers and a pale-pink VATTENKRASSE watering can on the sill of a window with sheer curtains.
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Life’s more relaxing with electric blinds

Pull down your blinds without leaving your sofa. Or put your bedroom blinds on a timer so daylight wakes you gently in the morning. Enjoy a whole new world of convenience with electric blinds.

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A woman, on a bed near a KNIXHULT pendant lamp, uses a remote control on KADRILJ roller blinds hanging in the windows.
A POÄNG armchair sits in a living room in front of two windows with PRAKTLYSING cellular wireless blinds and long curtains.
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The perfect curtains or blinds can be found both in store and online, as part of our collection. Available in a range of different colours, styles and sizes, there’s something to suit every room.

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Find the fun, flair and functionality of fabrics with fashionable curtains from IKEA. Maybe you want to block the morning sun for late Sunday sleep-ins. Or maybe you need a simple and stylish way to separate a room. Either way, you’ll discover the drapery to fit your desires right here.

When you've found the right curtains, make sure to complement them with matching rods and rails.

How to pick the right curtains for every room

Choosing curtains for your bedroom, living room or kitchen can be challenging. To make it easier, your first considerations should be practical. Note which direction the room faces, consider what the room is used for, and plan accordingly. Here are a few tips.

Bedroom curtains

If your bedroom faces east, it'll be exposed to the glorious rays of the morning sun. If it faces west, your bedroom will stay bright until late in the evening. Consider thick, block-out bedroom curtains that will help prevent the light from disturbing your sleep.

A decoration tip is to install roller blinds behind your curtains, in a complementary colour. This adds an extra element of depth to the room.

Living room curtains

If you have an east-facing living room, and your TV faces your windows, the setting sun’s glare could ruin your latest boxset. Darkening curtains will help keep the light out when you want to lose yourself in a new film.

If reflections in the TV is not an issue, you might want to choose some bright sheer curtains that glow radiant in the daylight. Or maybe select a beautiful, patterned curtain that goes well with your living room design.

Kitchen and bathroom curtains

Venetian blinds are a good idea for kitchens. This because they can easily be wiped down if soapy water manages to escape the sink while you’re doing the dishes. Complement the venetian blinds with a cute window valance.

For bathroom curtains, privacy is also a thing to consider. Choose curtains that cover the whole bathroom window, but still lets the daylight through.

How to hang long curtains

Long curtains can be installed in several ways. Hang them right next to the window to create a nice textile frame around your view outside. If you place them a bit higher and wider than the window, you can create the illusion of a larger room. Here you can play around with different colours and shades to create a dynamic atmosphere.

How to create new areas in your home with curtains

With a nice thick curtain, you can create the feeling of two unique and private spaces in the same room. This is a great option for making a small home office space in the living room. Or maybe you can give your children some space for themselves if they share a room.

To use a long curtain as a room divider, you need to place a rod or rail in the ceiling. Locate it in the middle of the room, or wherever you want the wall of curtains to be placed. Then simply hang the curtains, and voila!