White curtains come in so many different forms. Take a look at all these great options, and what I consider to be the best and most affordable white curtain option!
Ok, so we are Week 5 into the ORC. I know I talked about how I chose an easy room in week 1 because well let’s be honest… I’m in the middle of renovating a bathroom, entryway, and not to mention the holidays. With that said, today’s post isn’t some grand amazing project, but it is about finding quality products at a great price! Let’s talk about the BEST White Curtains!
Ikea Ritva Curtains – The Most Affordable Option
I’ve been on the hunt for white curtains for a while and finally gave in and drove the hour and a half to the Milwaukee Ikea. I ultimately chose the Ikea Ritva Curtains. But I’ve also rounded up some of my favorite white curtains for you in case you don’t need 10 panels like me ;). That was my big budget issue was this room is huge and has lots of windows. When you need that many panels it’s hard to splurge. But say you are looking for 2 panels to go in a bedroom… you might prefer some of these other options.
There is shoppable picture links for all the curtains down below, except for the Ikea Curtains that I purchased. You can see those HERE.
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Tips for Choosing White Curtains
Not all whites are made equal so here are a few tips I have when looking for white curtains.
- Look for customer pictures. Sometimes white may mean creamy, or it might me bluish or greenish. Whites always have undertones so be careful
- Make sure you are choosing the right length. I try to go as close to the ceiling as possible depending on the standard lengths. It heightens your room and makes the window look more high end.
- Think about how it will hang on the curtain rod. Do you want back tabs, are you planning on using rings?
Affordable Curtain Rods
This was the first time I ordered curtain rods online. I picked these up from Amazon because they were quite affordable and I was just looking for a basic black rod. They were very easy to install, and seem to be quite sturdy. I will say the finials are made of plastic which kind of shocked me, but once they are up there you can’t really tell and I’d definitely purchase them again. Just thought it was worth mentioning.
I’m still a little torn on what I want to do with this table. I really want something lighter, but given our current situation and approaching the holidays I might just leave it alone until later on. My goal this year is to actually be present this holiday season after going through a giant kitchen remodel last December.
And if you’re just tuning into this room makeover you can catch up here: