Once just used for a bit of privacy, curtains have become textile accessories no longer reserved for windows, and The Socialite Family has come across some fantastic ways you can use them to liven up other parts of your home. Whether in linen, cotton or velvet, they’re versatile and can be easily moved and used in any number of ways! Need to structure a living room space? Start by taking advantage of a curtain’s drape to turn it into a decorative room divider. An idea embraced by Milanese roommates Giuseppe Porcelli and Mario Abruzzes, as well as design curator Hélène Rebelo to mark the separation between living room and dining room. The curtains are also perfect for concealing a door or dressing room with refinement, as seen at Hugo Toro’s and JJ Martin. They can also be used as canopies in the bedroom. Romantic and modern, they will hide or reveal your bed according to your desires. Like those of Parisian surgeon Alessandro Moriconi, who likes them in sky blue for a soft setting. Finally, this theatrical ally can simply be displayed at home for the beauty of its fabric work and its textured shades. These are assets that are sometimes preferred to a flat paint job. A beautiful object that will adorn a wall like a wallpaper, with the added movement.
Looking for curtains for your home? Let yourself be seduced by the range offered by The Socialite Family on our e-shop. You can also visit our addresses to touch them with your fingertips.
Photography : Constance Gennari – Valerio Geraci – Eve Campestrini – Text : Juliette Bruneau @thesocialitefamily
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