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Divide up your space with curtains

You can do a lot of things with curtains apart from just boosting the cosiness and style of your windows. You can make room dividers, hide your storage, create a luxury hotel feeling and more!

A doorway with open beige AINA curtains hanging in it. Beyond the doorway is a bed with white and blue bed linen.
A doorway with open beige AINA curtains hanging in it. Beyond the doorway is a bed with white and blue bed linen.

Make a walk-in wardrobe

You don’t need a separate room to have a walk-in wardrobe. You can hide your storage away behind “walls” of curtains – they’re quick and easy to put up and budget-friendly.

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A curtain as a door

It’s easy to use a curtain as a door for your storage or a mix of storage and dressing table, like this ELVARLI shelf unit here. When you close the door, any mess is hidden and your room looks instantly calmer.

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See the ELVARLI system

Your own luxury hotel

Enjoy that expensive hotel feeling every day by dressing the walls of your bedroom with long, elegant curtains.

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Create more rooms

If you use one room in different ways, you can divide it into separate areas with curtains and just pull them across when you want to screen an area off.

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Space for your hobby, too

If you do your hobby in your living room, you may want to screen off your stuff when you have visitors or just feel like doing something else. Hang a curtain from the ceiling and you can hide your painting studio in seconds.

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Get a little privacy

Sharing a room with your baby isn’t always a bed of roses. Sometimes you might want a bit of privacy, for example. With a curtain, maybe hung from a curtain wire like here, you can enjoy some me-time while still being nearby.

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Hide your work and relax

You won’t need to tidy up your work area at the end of the day if you just hide everything behind a curtain, hanging from VIDGA curtain track rails, for example. And hopefully it will be easier to switch off from your job if you can’t see all your stuff.

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See the VIDGA series

Plan your own curtain track rail projects

Are you thinking of putting up curtains using track rails, maybe lots of cosy layers in a window or a curtain that divides up a room into different areas? If so, why not design everything first on the VIDGA planner?