45 DIY Painted Curtain Styles
Geometric Painted Curtains Using Painter’s Tape
Geometric patterns are trending right now, which is perfect for DIYers because you can re-create them using just painter’s tape, or by drawing and then tracing in paint.
Smile and Wave painted a double diamond pattern:
Bambula shared this geometric roller blind — but this would look great on drapery panels, too!
Interiors By Kenz used painter’s tape to create this arrow motif.
This diamond ikat pattern is by Houseologie.
Love Creative combined several different geometric shapes and styles in these “native inspired” curtain panels:
And My Sister’s Suitcase shows you how to do 3 different and simple geometric curtain patterns. (One isn’t painted, but it could easily be painted or stamped.)
Stamped and Polka Dot Curtains
Working our way up the difficulty scale, next comes the stamped and polka dot curtains. Now really, these might actually be faster, easier, and less frustrating than the stripes because polka dots and hand-stamped shapes can be a little askew and it just adds to the handmade awesomeness of them.
I still love the polka dot confetti curtains I made for my daughter’s room using cups as stamps:
But if you’re looking to go a little more grown-up perhaps, try spreading out the circles like Hello Lidy.
Or you can space the polka dots more evenly like Tiny Sidekick did.
I’m also thinking that this super simple stamped circle motif could look great on the right curtains:
52 Weekends of DIY made these modern stamped triangle curtains
and you could follow her stamp-creating technique to make the stamps and create curtains with patterns like these (via Apartment Therapy).
Next page: Stenciled and Freehand Painted Curtains –>
page 1: Painted Curtains Basics
page 2: Striped, Chevron, and Herringbone Painted Curtains
page 3: Geometric and Stamped Curtains
page 4: Stenciled and Freehand Painted Curtains