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How to match your curtains and carpet without redecorating

You don’t have to change everything to make it look right!

Do you need to do a quick change without spending much? Maybe change a couple of things like you curtains and carpets? You don’t need to go all out and buy tins of paint etc to make things match. Just read these tips below and see if you can come up with an idea to change your room style.

7 Tips to make your room different without spending much money:

Option 1: Neutral colours

Neutral colour schemes are a great way to save on decorating. You are always safe with colours such as beige, black, brown or white. The neutral colours can also be very calming, which is appealing in any room.

Option 2: Monochromatic

The carpet and curtains do not have to be a perfect match, they just have to blend well together. If your carpet is a soft green, go for a hunter or lime green for curtains. As long as the two are in the same colour family, it is hard to go wrong.

Option 3: Similar patterns

Many carpets are offered in various patterns that can easily be matched with curtains. Matching the pattern will avoid having to buy a specific colour or totally redecorate the entire room scheme. So long as you have a matching pattern in your decor, you are all set.

Option 4: Texture

Texture is also a great way to match your shades and carpet without redecorating an entire room. Match shaggy carpet with shaggy curtains, or a Berber with a simple drape. Remember, it doesn’t have to be perfect, similar textures will work just fine.

Option 5: Complementary colours

Remember that a perfect match does not always come from two like colours, complementary colours are a great way to match your drapes and carpet. Put together a great ensemble with a green coloured carpet and purple drapes. If looking for a more neutral colour combo, add yellow curtains to a room with blue carpet.

Option 6: Focal point

If wanting to avoid matching drapes and carpet, add a focal point. Pick up a funky canvas print from Home Goods, or complete a DIY of your own handiwork. Taking the focus off the carpet and the drapes will avoid yourself and guests noticing the various colours or patterns they may have.

Option 7: Don’t!

The last piece of advice in matching drapes and carpets is to not do it at all. Take a look at your favourite home decor ideas on Pinterest. Sometimes an unmatched set can be the perfect combo for funky and comforting.

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