The hall is a place that is constantly under scrutiny, because it is where the whole family gathers in the evenings and guests on holidays, so the design of the living room needs to be very well thought out. It is necessary to take into account all the nuances – a combination of colors, layout and decor. The final and important stage is the design of window openings. With the help of tulle, you can completely change the image of the room, make it light and airy. It seems that all the possibilities of tulle are already known, but every year designers create new interesting options for using this material as a decor.
Tulle is used to decorate windows in different stylistic directions – classic, minimalism, country, this material is in harmony with any room design. Window drapery and color choice directly depends on the area of the room, lighting and style of the living room.
If the windows face south or east, then during the day the room is sufficiently lit, so the fabric must be chosen either dense or dark. This will dampen too bright sunlight. But you need to remember that such a technique will be advantageous in a large room, and visually reduce a small one.
For the visual expansion of a small room, it is better to use a light, transparent tulle. If the window is small, then you can hang a cornice that is longer than its width, so the room will become more spacious and the opening larger. Designers often use a technique that visually enlarges a room – they choose tulle with vertical stripes for windows.
It is sold ready-made or in rolls. When choosing a finished product, you need to take into account the height of the ceiling, the width of the windows and the cornice. If sewing to order, then first you need to choose a fabric and agree on a design that fits the stylistic direction of the living room. It is necessary to discuss all the nuances with the seamstress in advance – what kind of fastening will be used, decorative elements, tiebacks.
What are the tulles for the hall:
Tulle production is on a large scale, so choosing the right option is easy. For tailoring, the following fabrics are most often used:
Silk, linen and cotton fabric are natural materials. Tulle from these fabrics will look beautiful and rich. They are environmentally friendly, but unlike synthetics, they are not durable. So that she does not lose her aesthetic appearance, she must be carefully and regularly looked after.
Synthetic, although not a natural material, but its main advantage is that it does not require special care and at the same time serves for a long time. Another plus of synthetics is that they are cheaper than natural fabrics, and the choice allows you to choose the right option for any style.
The appearance of tulle can be different – smooth, with patterns or decorative elements. Smooth tulle is made from organza, cotton or silk. It is light and transparent, creates a feeling of airiness and light.
Patterned tulle can be patterned, lace, it can be wrinkled or mesh. The pattern is applied to the surface of the material or a pattern is created using the interlacing of fibers. Printed drawing is a great option for a bright living room.
A printed pattern is a great option for a bright living room, and applying a 3D pattern to tulle is also an interesting option.
Tulle with lace is made on special machines from expensive material, so this is not a cheap pleasure. It can be completely lace or partially, performing only a decorative role.
Textured tulle is made by weaving threads of different thicknesses. Due to this, heterogeneous nodules and paths are obtained on the surface, with a different pattern. Kisei will look interesting – a light filament tulle that lets in a lot of sunlight.
Tulle with lambrequin
Lambrequin is a decorative textile drapery, which is placed horizontally, in the upper part of the window, across the entire width of the cornice. Recently, it has become fashionable to complement the tulle with a lambrequin without the use of curtains. This will be especially convenient in the living room, where a lot of daylight is required.
When sewing a hard lambrequin, dense fabrics are used, which are processed with interlining or dublerin to maintain density. In addition, such a lambrequin is pulled over a wooden or plastic frame. It goes well with tulle and harmonizes with the rest of the interior elements. Lambrequin can be of any shape – arch, rectangle, etc.
A soft lambrequin is used in the living room to create a solemn atmosphere. The simplest option is a strip of fabric gathered with braid. It creates a harmonious ensemble with tulle and other decorative elements.
The combined lambrequin has a complex design and is divided into several varieties:
- The same frill – lambrequin is located at the edges, has an oblique cut in order to form folds.
- Tie – hung in the middle, has the shape of a triangle and soft smooth folds.
- Puff – a lambrequin resembles a braid, it is most often made from bright, saturated fabrics.
- Bell – conical folds, horizontal shape.
- Coquille – double folds that overlap each other.
- Svagi – a lambrequin in the form of a semicircle, complemented by fringe or tassels.
The combined lambrequin will create an original design in the living room and complement the classic style.
New in 2019
This year, a lambrequin with tulle will be relevant without unnecessary decorative elements, concise and straight cut. The color should be solid, without complex geometric patterns. You can use a thin horizontal or vertical strip. This option is suitable for classic style and minimalism.
Also in fashion are bright, saturated colors that warm in winter, give a good mood, give energy and positive. The living room will harmoniously look blue, emerald green or green.
Everything natural is in trend – environmentally friendly fabric and natural color. The ornament with leaves and flowers has been popular for many years.
Another interesting option for decorating the hall is a pelmet and chameleon-colored tulle. It will shimmer in the light and create a romantic atmosphere. The combination of matte and satin fabrics remains in fashion, they can be adapted to any living room interior.
Lambrequin with fringe, beads, rhinestones will look interesting in an oriental style hall. In a classic style, rhinestones will be out of place. When choosing, you need to take into account all the nuances – the area of \u200b\u200bthe room, the overall interior, the color of the furniture on the walls. So for a large living room, abundant decoration of window openings is suitable, but it is better not to overload a small one with unnecessary elements.
It is necessary to carefully consider the design of the tulle so that it performs not only a functional role, but also pleases the eye with its aesthetic appearance and gives a good mood.
Tulle without curtains in the interior of the living room:
Next, you will see various options for how you can organize tulle in a room without curtains. Spacious, open living rooms that saturate the area with light and air. Minimalist style, bed tones + a little accent will make your room look sophisticated in 2019.