These Curtains Will Take Your Bedroom to the Next Level

Whether it's a light, sheer fabric or more luxurious velvet, curtains are one of the best ways to pull a master bedroom together. This collection of master bedroom curtain ideas is sure to help you find the right style for your own design scheme.

In this Houston home, designer J. Randall Powers worked blue into the master bedroom with soft touches. The bed is upholstered in a Schumacher fabric, also used for the curtains, the console is a family heirloom, the French chair is circa-1780 and the wallpaper is by Farrow & Ball.

Get the look: Floral Semi-Sheer Rod Pocket Curtain Panels, $42,

Mustard-colored curtains complement the canopy in this New York City home master bedroom. The canopy's cotton fabric is from Muriel Brandolini, the circa-1910 armchair is by Josef Hoffmann, and the alpaca carpet is by the Ruggery.

Get the look: Mid-century Cotton Canvas Curtain, $69,

Simple, neutral curtains add warmth to a master bedroom in a minimalist New Jersey mansion. The bed and side tables are custom designs, the linens are by Frette, the reading light is by Stephen Miller Siegel, and the vintage lamp bases are from Ruby Beets; the walls are upholstered in a Pindler fabric, and the carpet is by Woolshire Carpet Mills.

Get the look: Desmond Natural Cotton Curtain Panel, $130,

Designer Celerie Kemble chose patterned curtains to complement the gray and tan hues in this inviting master bedroom in an East Hampton home. The grey rug is by Merida, the custom bed is dressed in D. Porthault linens, the nightstands are from Currey & Company, and the lamps are by Christopher Spitzmiller.

Get the look: Taffeta Blackout Single Curtain Panel, $68;

Designer Alessandra Branca turned the top floor of a 16th-century convent in Rome into a relaxed ode to Italy. The bedroom features curtains of a vintage ticking stripe, a vintage iron bed, and a Louis XVI painted settee.

Get the look: Cadencia Striped Semi-Sheer Grommet Curtain Panels, $28,

For a cohesive look, the same bold fabric was used for the curtains, walls and canopy bed in this elegant bedroom design.

Get the look: Premier Prints Archery Fabric, $9,

The guest bedroom in Tamara Mellon's Hamptons home has a hint of a decorator's touch, with walls covered in striped linen and paisley curtains in a matching shade of beige. The curtains, wallcovering, and Roman shade are in Schumacher fabrics, and the bedside table is from Mecox Gardens.

Get the look: Shirala Paisley, price upon request;

Fashion designer Nanette Lepore's gypsy spirit is evident throughout her West Village townhouse, which is saturated with bodacious color combinations.

Get the look: Eclipse MyScene Kendall Thermaback Curtain Panel, $7,

In Lindsey Buckingham's master bedroom, the Fleetwood Mac rockstar has curtains of a Bennison Fabrics linen-cotton, an antique ballroom chair, and a neoclassical desk.

Get the look: Chinese Peasant, price upon request;

SCAD President Paula Wallace and her husband Glenn Wallace transformed a dilapidated two-story home in Georgia's Historic Landmark district and made it into a livable, luxe space.

Get the look: Windsor Gold Curtain Panel, $119;

In the bedroom alcove of Robert Rowe's New York studio, the curtains are in a Loro Piana cashmere and the walls are painted in Benjamin Moore's Kingsport Gray. The bed is upholstered in a 19th-century wool carriage blanket and dressed in a paisley shawl.

Get the look: Cashmere Wish, price upon request;

A dilapidated 18th-century country house in Wales became the perfect canvas for interior designer Penny Morrison's passion for offbeat colors and fanciful patterns. A guest room headboard and canopy are covered in a linen by Penny Morrison Fabrics, and a vintage kilim tops a carpet.

Get the look: Pom Tassel Curtain, $78-$108;

In Christopher Gow's master bedroom, drawings by Anna Maria Maiolino hang above a custom-made Hastens bed covered with an Indonesian ikat; the lamps are midcentury, and the shag rug is from Turkey.

Get the look: Aurora Home Silk Curtain Panel, $92;

Fashion designer Lorry Newhouse embraced the whimsical spirit and rich history of his Southhampton cottage. The wallpaper in the bedroom and the fabric for the chair, bed skirts, and curtains are by Rose Cumming; the coverlet and shams are by Matouk, and the prints and mirror are Victorian.

Get the look: Essex Toile Rod Pocket Curtain Panels, $45-$55;

In Philip Gorrivan's 1840s Connecticut home, the bedroom features an acrylic sculpture by Michael Laube, Matouk linens, and a chaise by Jean Pascaud. The walls are painted in Benjamin Moore's Light Pewter, the shades are of an Albert Hadley fabric.

Get the look: Russell by Albert Hadley, price upon request;

The bedroom in this Moroccan riad, designed by Martin Raffone and William McIntosh, is dressed with a blanket and linens by Matteo and pillow shams by Libeco. The rug was found in a souk.

Get the look: Micha Curtain, $75-$80;

In this Virginia Tupker-designed carriage house, the curtains in the guest room are of a Les Indiennes cotton, and the rug is a vintage Indian dhurrie. The custom beds are dressed with spreads from Chelsea Textiles.

Get the look: Belle, price upon request;

In Christopher Noto's Paris pied-à-terre, the curtains are of a Holland & Sherry tweed, and the walls are painted in Farrow & Ball's Wevet. The custom-designed bed is flanked by an antique Persian.

Get the look: SunZero Grommet Patio Panel, $70;

Though he's known for his cool and restrained rooms, Russell Groves turns out to be the ideal designer to transform a glassy Manhattan duplex into a stylish yet kid-friendly home. The master bedroom's built-in white-oak bed and nightstands are custom made, the bedding is by Calvin Klein Home, and the lamps are by Stephen Gerould.

Get the look: Belgian Linen Cross Weave Drapery, $239-$669;

For Michael Bruno, founder of 1stdibs, a house in New York's famed Tuxedo Park is not only the fulfillment of a childhood dream, it's become a retreat more elegant than he could have imagined.

Get the look: Belgian Brushed Linen Cotton Drapery, $239-$609; RH Modern

In the Hamptons, architect Paul Masi and designer Damon Liss, raised the elemental barn to a new level of sophistication. The bedding in the master is by Matteo, the custom-made leather dresser is by BDDW, and the ceiling is of weathered cedar shingles.

Get the look: Casa by Kvadrat, $84/yard; Maharam

In her family's new Greenwich, Connecticut home, Emma Jane Pilkington evokes the restrained elegance of her beloved Europe. Custom-made panels of wallpaper by Martyn Lawrence Bullard for Schumacher hang behind the headboard, made of the same George Spencer Designs fabric as the curtains.

Get the look: Flavio in Wisteria, price upon request;

Designer Kim Alexandriuk applies her keen eye and love of modernity to help a longtime client reimagine her traditional stone house in Bel Air. In the daughter's room, the linen curtains are by Christopher Farr, the walls are painted in Farrow & Ball's Clunch, and the ceiling is in the company's Pitch Blue.

Get the look: Carnival, price upon request;

When fashion entrepreneur Mossimo Giannulli and his wife, actress Lori Loughlin, purchased their second house in Los Angeles, they adopted a whole new style. The walls are covered in a linen by Lulu DK, which was also used for the curtains. The bed is custom-made.

Get the look: Fox Hollow All Purpose Collection in Peach, price upon request;

Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick's laid-back Bridgehampton master bedroom mixes crips white walls, bedding, and curtains with colorful accessories, including an aqua Christopher Spitzmiller lamp and apple-green vintage armchairs. Designer Eric Hughes grounded the room with a sisal rug and hung grommeted IKEA curtain panels for a relaxed, beachy feel.

Get the look: Merete Curtains, $40;

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