With the winter months settled for the long haul, now is the perfect time to cozify your living space. Now, I don’t know about you, but this is one of my favourite parts of the colder seasons. I dust off those fluffy pyjamas and go hunting for my favourite blanket lost in the back of my cupboard. I also love to change my curtains. For years I’ve always had two pairs of curtains, one for summer, where the beautiful morning sun can filter through and wake me with a warm morning kiss, and one for winter, which keeps in the warmth and creates a safe haven in which I can escape the bitter cold. With big changes on the horizon, I thought it was time to go hunting for the perfect pair of curtains and drapes to accompany me.
Ombre Curtains – Overstock
These curtains are stunning; I can’t get enough of them! Not only are they clean and flow all the way to the floor, but that pop of colour at the bottom just satisfies me to my very soul. It makes me feel creative, edgy. From the outside, they look like modest curtains, but you know differently. They also come in an array of colours to suit your personality. The perfect way to give your room that minimalist vibe without losing your personality to the monochrome aesthetic.
Faux Silver Silk – Yorkshire Linen
On the other hand, however, a good solid colour never hurt anyone. During those dreary winter months, purple becomes one of my favourite colours. It suddenly finds itself splashed haphazardly across my room and wardrobe. Regal in its history, purple curtains remind me castles for away and large windows from which you can see the whole word. Now, wouldn’t that be something?
Heritage Stag – Yorkshire Linen
Who doesn’t love a good stag? With stags being all the rage right now, I thought why not embrace it and dedicate a whole room to this majestic and chic creature. Reminding me of rolling hills and houses that radiate warmth. A perfect choice for those of you who appreciate the more rustic of vibes. I really love this set of curtains, especially since there’s also a matching bed set; I’m always down for a matching set! Satisfaction, level 100.
Metallica Duck Egg Eyelet Curtains – Yorkshire Linen
A little touch of spring in the winter months never goes amiss. Now, I don’t know about you, but I absolutely love the leaf motif on these curtains. Heavy with easy colours, these curtains would look perfect in a room for the earthy. Even when I can’t go outside during those chilly and wet dreary months, I love to keep a little touch of the outside world with me, and I think these are a great way to do just that.
Plum & Bow Blackout Pompom Curtain – Urban Outfitters
I live for maroon. For those of you who knew me during my university days, I know you can vouch for this considering all I wore was maroon and black for months on end. When looking for some beautiful curtains to share with you all, there was no way I could pass up this baby. Urban Outfitters really do have a large selection of home wear, a lot more than I realised. Perfect for blocking out that pesky sun when you just want to enjoy a nice tranquil night in, these curtains will not let you down.
Magical Thinking Pompom Curtain –Urban Outfitters
Now, I know this one kind of beats the point of staying ‘cosy’ with its thin material. I do, however, have to admit for having a little guilty pleasure for drapes that let in some light during both the hot and cold months. However, in keeping with the theme of all things Hygge, the lovely terracotta colour won me over and thus ended up in this post.
I hope you guys enjoyed this post, let me know which curtains were your favourite! I love to keep a little touch of the outside world with me, and I think these are a great way to do just that. Check out Eyelet curtains & other types of curtains by Yorkshire Linen are a great pick for a comfortable sleep. All opinions expressed in this post were my own and I would honestly buy ever single one of these lovely curtains. Let’s hope my future home is full of large windows so I can do just that. Have a lovely week guys.
**Disclaimr: This post was created in partnership with Yorkshire Linen. All opinions expressed in this post is 100% my own.