Shop by curtain fabric color and pattern
You can find the patterns and solid color curtains that suit your taste by looking at fabrics colors and patterns.
Click on a chosen color-pattern, and it will bring you to a group of colored curtains made of that same type of fabric. You can find curtains by color, which allow you to make a curtain set by picking different sizes and customized shorter length curtains. You can add matching thermal grommet top or tab top filler valances to your insulated curtains set and create a unique result.
While looking for the right curtain colors that would match your furniture, walls, carpet, etc., it is good to keep in mind that each computer monitor has different color resolution, which affects the way it displays colors and hues. The color you see on your screen depends not only on the picture uploaded on the website but also on the screen setting of each individual computer. Therefore, the rendition of colors by computers may be slightly different between computers. To be absolutely sure of a color of a curtain, it is necessary to have a fabric color swatch. We offer free fabric swatches of almost all thermal insulated (excluding Astonish new style) curtains for all customers who request them. We only charge a small shipping and handling fee.
When an order of curtain products of the same color fabric goes into production, those products are made from the same bolt of fabric. Different bolts of fabrics of the same color may have subtle color differences because of new die lot used by fabric manufacturers in every new bolt. No fabric is kept in our factory to guarantee a match up a color shade to previous orders. So if you by any chance decide to order curtains for the same room separately, there is a chance that the color of your second order will not perfectly match the color of the curtain products from you first order, though they will be close. Some people do not care or notice the difference in those color shades, but there are others who are concerned about perfect match of colors. Thus a wise move is this: while planning to acquire curtains for the same room, it is advisable to order them all together to be sure that their color matches perfectly.
It is advisable for you to decide beforehand how much light you want to be blocked by the curtains (thus making your room darker) and /or how much of the light you want to go through, which will make your room lighter, when the drapes are closed.
Several tips about light blocking/penetrating ability different thermal non-blackout curtains have, or how they block/let light go through. The rule of thumb is: the darker color of the curtains, the more light they block and the darker they will make your room. And on the contrary, the lighter color of the curtains, the more light they allow to go through and the lighter they will make your room.
To be more specific: The lighter colors, which allow light to go through the most (from the lightest to the darkest, in sequence) are White and Natural.
Medium light blocking ability has Blue, Sage, Burgundy, etc.
The most light blocking and darkening effect have such insulated fabrics among non-blackout curtains: Chocolate (Brown), Navy Blue and Black.
Thermal Insulated Fabrics Solid Colors
Insulated Fabrics Patterned Drapes
Room Darkening or Blackout Insulated Curtains
Insulated Semi-Sheer, Voile & Lace: ThermaSheer & ThermaLace
Shop our pattern and solid color curtains today for high quality you can trust. All of our curtains by color are affordable and even make great gifts. If you have questions about our stripe, floral, paisley and solid color curtain sets or colored curtains, contact us! We would be happy to help you.
Divide your merchandise among seven or even eight investments,
for you do not know what calamity may happen on earth.
(Ecclesiastes 11:2 NET)
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