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The right window treatments can really pull together a room's decor. They make a house a home. Curtain panels are available in an endless array of color, sizes, patterns, and materials. If choosing designs seems overwhelming, solid colored curtains are always a good choice. Natural shades can tie in several bold colors. Earth tones are great for warm color schemes, while blacks, blues, and grays are ideal for cool colors. But curtains can do more than just look good. The material and color often serve a certain purpose. Cotton and linen are commonly used because they come in an array of colors and are machine washable. Dark, heavy fabrics are often used for black out curtains. There are also certain panels designed exclusively to block out light. Other curtains are designed to keep heat in. Since windows are often one of the thinnest places in the house, adding thermal curtains in the room helps you keep your room just the right temperature. If, on the other hand, you want more light to pass through, and still want to maintain privacy, linen or sheer curtains are viable options. They allow light in, but obscure the view enough to keep nosey passersby out. If you want to hide the curtain rod, consider a rod pocket or valence for the ultimate window treatment. If you plan on pulling back your drapes for part of the day, make sure you have matching curtain tiebacks or curtain rings to avoid ripping or damaging the fabric. Have your measurements ready when shopping for curtains to ensure you buy the right size.