Country Style Curtains

Valances galore, rod pocket panels, tab top panels, cafe curtains, and swags- what more could a country home need? FAQ's are answered at the bottom of this page.

Country Plaid Curtains
Panels, valances, tiers, door panels
Ellis Mini-Check Curtains
Panels, shaped valances
Ellis Solid Curtains
Panels, tiers, valances
Custom Homespun Window Treatments
Panels, valances, swags, tiers
Burgundy Applique Star Curtains
Panels, swags, tiers, valances, prairie curtains, balloon valance
Navy Applique Star Curtains
Panels, swags, tiers, valances, prairie curtains, balloon valance
Faux Leather Curtains
Panels, valances
Insulated Curtains
Tab top panels
Black Check Curtains
Panels, Valances, Tiers, Swags
Prescott Brown Plaid Curtains
Panels, valances, tiers, swags, balloon valances, prairie curtains
Breckenridge Red & Beige Plaid Curtains
Panels, valances, tiers, swags, balloon valances, prairie curtains
Millie Red & Beige Ticking Stripe Curtains
Panels, valances, tiers, swags, balloon valances, prairie curtains
Arlington Navy Plaid Curtains
Panels, valances, swags, balloon valances, prairie curtains
Braddock Red Plaid Curtains
Panels, valances, swags, balloon valances, prairie curtains
Lewiston Khaki Floral Print Curtains
Panels, valances, tiers, swags, balloon valances, prairie curtains
Everson Burgundy and Olive Plaid Curtains
Panels, swags, tiers, valances, prairie curtains, balloon valance
Amherst Mustard & Beige Plaid Curtains
Panels, swags, tiers, valances, prairie curtains, balloon valance
Cambrie Lane Red & Khaki Check Curtains
Panels, swags, tiers, valances, balloon valance
Cambrie Lane Bee Curtains
Panels, swags, tiers, valances
Heartland Green & Khaki Ticking Stripe Curtains
Panels, valances, swags, tiers
Tacoma Red & Cream Plaid Curtains
Panels, swags, valances, tiers
Bingham Black Plaid Curtains
Panels, swags, valances and tiers
Bingham Applique Curtains
Panels, valances, swags, and tiers
Millsboro Burgundy, Navy & Khaki Plaid Curtains
Panels, swags, valances, tiers
Colfax Brown Ditzy Star Print Curtains
Panels, valances, swags, tiers
Tea Cabin Green Plaid Curtains
Panels, swags, valances, tiers
Patriotic Patch Red Plaid Curtains
Panels, valances, prairie curtains
Kettle Grove Black Plaid Window Treatments
Panels, valances, swags, prairie swags
Colfax Black Ditzy Floral Curtains
Panels, swags, valances, tiers
Burlap Natural Curtains
Panels, valances, swags, balloon valances, prairie curtains
Calistoga Green & Tan Plaid Curtains
Panels, valances, swags, balloon valances, prairie curtains
Barrington Green & Khaki Plaid Curtains
Panels, valances, swags, balloon valances, prairie curtains
Tobacco Cloth Rustic Sheer Curtains- Antique White
Panels, swags, valances, prairie curtains
Country Style Curtains - Frequently Asked Questions

1. Are your curtains sold as a set?
Some are priced as sets and some are priced per panel. We sell the curtains as they are provided to us by the manufacturer. In the product description we will list the details for each window treatment.

2. Are your curtains lined?
Most of the curtains we sell are lined. This should be listed in the product descriptions as well. If you have a question on a specific style just let us know.

3. Can your curtains be ordered in custom lengths?
Most of our window treatments are ready-made so they cannot be customized. However, the Custom Homespun Curtains can be ordered in custom lengths. Just email us for a price quote on custom length curtains.

4. Do you offer fabric swatches for your curtains?
Yes. We would be happy to send you fabric swatches. Just email us or give us a call at 800-905-9163.

5. Curtains can be so confusing. How do I determine the number of curtains I need to cover my window?
Begin by measuring the width of your window, including the molding around the window. Multiply this number by 2. This will be the approximate width of curtain you need to order. For example, if your window measures 36" wide, you will need a window treatment that is around 72" wide. For wide windows you may need to order multiple panels for adequate coverage. Keep in mind that the "multiply x 2" rule is just a guideline- your multiplier can actually range from 1.5 to 3 depending on the fullness you desire.

6. What is a "header"?
The header would be the very top part of the curtain- the upper edge that is above the rod pocket. Some curtains have headers, and some do not.