What Curtain Colors Go With a Lavender & Purple Wall?

Have you experienced difficulty in choosing the right curtain to pair with a lavender or purple wall? You’ll never have to worry about that again.

In her video, Erica Lugbill of Lugbill Designs, a high-end home remodeling and interior designs firm in Chicago, shares some useful information in finding the right curtain colors to pair with a lavender or purple wall.


The Best Curtain Colors for a Lavender Wall

While many people will find a limited selection of colors to use with a lavender wall, Erica Lugbill presented several color options that can create a striking improvement in any space.

1. Soft Ivory

This shade is considered as the more appealing color to use with a purple wall. Choose a linen curtain in that color to create a fresh, airy and light effect that guarantees to brighten up any space.

2. Neutral Colors

Combining dark neutrals with the strong and intensely striking color of purple creates a strong impact. Use of lighter shades, such as medium gray or charcoal gray also delivers outstanding results.

3. Deep Plum

Last but not the least is a deep plum color. This shade can create a nice monochromatic tone-on-tone design in any room.

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What Color Curtains Go With a Red Leather Sofa?

What Color Curtains Go With a Red Leather Sofa

In this video, Erica Lugbill a professional Interior designer and owner of Lugbill Designs, a home remodelling and interior design firm in Chicago, shares expert tips on choosing a curtain color that goes with a red leather sofa.

First of all, keep in mind that a red leather sofa is a bold piece: it takes the center stage of your room.

Erica noted, “You don’t want to add anything too crazy in your windows that’s going to distract from your sofa.”

It is also important to remember that you want to achieve a nice contrast between your walls and drapery colors. If your walls are light, go for darker tones like dark brown. But if it has a darker color, go for lighter ones and neutrals e.g tan or neutral colors.

Furthermore, Erica advised not to be afraid of a little amount of pattern such as chevron.

A bold piece of furniture like a red leather sofa can transform your place. But it is only by following the right interior design techniques that you can bring out its beauty while harmoniously blending with other furnishings.

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