Known for their distinctive hoots and glowing eyes, owls have a reputation of making the darkness of night a little more interesting. Peering through the forests and woods, these nocturnal creatures keep watch from the safety of high tree branches. These birds have been depicted in various kinds of art from moody scenes to cartoon-y and cute. Versatile, but still true to their own unique character, owl curtains can work to accent windows in a variety of differently decorated rooms.
For starters, owl window curtains can bring a sense of the outdoors into a room, making you feel like you’re immersed in nature. Any bird lover is bound to get a kick out of turning to look out the window and finding owl designs shading their view. Even researchers and avid bird watchers could find that owl drapes are a great addition to their fowl decor collection. The large inventory of designs includes even specific species so those who know their stuff can easily choose between a Tawny owl, a Barn owl, and many others to most accurately encompass the vision for their room. Camping rooms are also ideal for these curtains. There’s nothing that feels more like tenting in the wild than looking up to see an owl in the night sky of your drapery art.
Owls have also been significantly growing in popularity among more cute and feminine designs. Made with bright colors and stylish patterns, owl art is now often seen accenting everything from school supplies to purses, and curtains are no different! Any bedroom that is popping with color and energy may need a pair of funky owl window curtains to complete the vision. Another trending places for these drapes to show up is in nurseries. There is something about the cartoon look to the owl that make it appear to be another one of so many precious baby animals. Available in pastel colors and simple patterns, owl curtains for nurseries will be the most complimented unexpected addition of the whole room. For older children’s rooms and college dorms, the same modern playful style of the owl designs continues. While some have cute phrases written on, others depict owls in a geometric type of art. There is even a double-exposure-inspired owl design as well.
While many people see curtains as just inexpensive, long pieces of fabric to keep the sun out, they can actually add an entire new level of dimension to the room you’re in. Next to the bedding, drapes are bound to be the next most eye-catching piece of decor in the room so it would be crazy for it not to fit in with your theme!
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