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Matching Real-Life Style of Patio Outdoor Curtains It just so happens that today is not a lot of things, so I found a few real-life pictures of patio curtains for everyone. I didn’t read the background messages for a few days, and found that quite a few people asked about the curtains. Suddenly they found that these curtains have a common feature. Almost solid colors, the point is that they are all pretty good-looking! Patio Outdoor Contrast Curtains Outdoor waterproof curtains for patio, on both sides are two different small fresh colors, matching such curtains in the pastoral style, it looks very fresh, comfortable, and very young. Warm color curtains are close to the floor. For the American-style patio, the furniture and sofas are all so "regular", and they are all in dark colors. Therefore, they are matched with contrasting curtains, and the combination of white, yellow and blue forms a bright perspective, which makes this patio look unobstructed. So "regular". The white outdoor sheer curtains brighten up the space. Here, if you match the blue curtains, it doesn't seem so good. The light-colored curtains are more unified with the whole, and the whole looks calmer. The matching curtains are the same color as the pillow, and the same color as the blue. It is warm and comfortable. The main color is white, and the auxiliary colors are yellow, blue, and cyan. Therefore, black outdoor blackout curtains or blue curtains can be used here. Of course, the effects of these two curtains are also different. Blue The color appears to be more unified and quiet overall, while the yellow color presents a stronger sense of warmth. Blue Patio Outdoor Curtains In this Nordic patio outdoor privacy curtains, whitewashed, with coffee tables, sofas, and lazy sofas. In order to make the whole space look more balanced, warm yellow curtains are matched to light up the space with the lazy sofas. When you don’t know how to match colors, you can really choose curtains of the same color as the sofa or single chair, which unifies the color and avoids the colorful and cluttered look. It is unified with the overall tone, but the effect presented in this way makes people feel more calm and not strong. Harmony with the auxiliary color, here means that in addition to the wall, floor, etc., you can choose curtains of the same color as the sofa, pillow, and carpet. It can be matched according to the warm and cold colors. For example, for a patio with a colder overall tone, you can choose warm outdoor canvas curtains to make the vision more impactful. The curtains themselves can be contrasted with colors, such as yellow with blue, green with blue, etc. This type of curtain can be matched with a patio with richer colors. The overall color is white, dark gray, and then decorated with coffee color, matched with white curtains, to make the overall space look larger and more atmospheric. The curtain color is the same color as the sofa and echoes the entire patio. In order to avoid being too monotonous, the curtains mixed with dark blue were chosen. The background wall of the sofa is green, so I chose curtains that are darker than the wall color, and matched with blue to make the whole more layered. The curtain color of this patio is darker than the wall color. I always feel that hanging blue curtains on a large area will not look good, but here, there does not seem to be that ugly feeling. Maybe it echoes the pillows and carpets very well. The blue curtains make the patio look more rigid. Roughly follow the above techniques to match the color of outdoor curtains on the patio. If you have better skills, you can leave a message in the message area!