Custom Geometric Curtains & Window Drapes

For your Living Room, Bedroom, Kitchen & Beyond

Our geometric curtains collection contains a wide range of creative, original, enticing patterns and prints. If you have a popular pattern in your mind such as gingham, polka dot or plaid, you’ll find it here. However, you might also discover something new in the form of our more abstract geometric designs, such as the ever-popular, Indonesian-inspired ikat curtains. Whether you know what you’re looking for or want to discover something fresh and interesting, this is where you’ll find it.

The Perfect Geometric Drapery is Waiting

Geometric patterns are rich with variety; some designs are relatively simplistic, while others revel in visual detail and complexity. There are geometric print curtains that don’t call too much attention to themselves and are perfectly suited to adjusting the color balance of a room. Then, there are drapes with an explosive presence that become centerpieces of any room you place them in.

Perfect plaids: Plaid, gingham, and check are some of the most enduringly popular geometric patterns. While each is a little different from the other, they share a common appeal in their simplicity and ease with which they can dress any window. These types of patterns have warm, nostalgic associations with childhood and simpler times that make them eternal classics. A classic collection of plaids in neutral, soft, and bright colors leaves you with plenty of options to fit any color palette.

Simple stripes: Our striped curtains and drapes, another sort of geometric pattern, are well-suited to modernistic interior design. You can add them to a room to shift the balance of color and light, but striped drapery can also be much more ambitious. High-contrast striped patterns like our Midnight Lamp can create a sense of depth and movement while commanding the attention of a room.

Classic curves: Some of our geometric patterns are a delightful blend of the simple and the complex. Take a look at our fabrics with traditional ornate motifs of vines and florals placed in geometric tessellated fashion with calculated precision like our jacquard Seaglass Blue or damask Formia. If you wish to avoid the elaborate detailing, fabric like our Corn Silk in quatrefoil motif or April Afternoon in trellis motif should be ideal.

And something from the old worlds: Some of the most popular geometric curtain designs draw inspiration from the distinctive, intricate patterns of artwork from an old world. Flowing lines and color schemes that evoke the feeling of the desert can add energy, warmth, and visual interest to your interiors. Take a look at our Jaguar Totemic which can prove the claim.

The one thing that unifies our diverse, original collection of geometric curtains is that they’re all beautiful and hold the potential to elevate your interior design.


Scale wisely: Mind the scale if your room is already dealing with pattern overload. If you have bold patterns elsewhere like in the rug or upholstery, then choose medium or small-scale patterns for the drapery. Two bold patterns placed in proximity will vie for attention and derail the design. But if you’re so much in love with a bold pattern and want to include it in your design at all costs, pay attention to the next suggestion.

Tone the vibe: It is not just the size of the pattern that plays to the mind, it is also its color and its intensity of contrast with the backdrop. The bolder the hue and the more intense the contrast, the more overwhelming it will be to the eye if it is located in a small area. Conversely, in a luxuriously spacious room, it might serve as a statement piece. A small room, however, will profit from bold patterns designed with neutral tones or subtle contrasts, or less saturated color schemes.

Layer with plain sheers: Bring in the pleasance of contrasting hues by installing plain sheer drapes behind the geometric patterned drapes. Ensure that their color matches one of the accents of the pattern. Layered window treatments offer more insulation to the house and thereby help to reduce the power bills.

Pattern compatibility: Make an attractive mix of straight lines and curves in your design scheme. So, if you have chosen chevron patterned drapes for your living room, your couch can sport polka dots or florals and stripes in the throw pillows to balance the design. Or if you choose ogee drapes for your bedroom, pair them with plaids in the upholstered chair and blush florals on the cushion. 

Backdrop with plains: Solid surfaces offer groundedness for the patterns to cast their magical spell on the eye. They help the mind to soak in the energy of the shapes that command attention effortlessly. Geometric patterned drapes work their magic on plain walls whereas walls furnished with patterned wallpapers draped with further intense shapes can only serve to tax the eye.

No matter how modern or how traditional your tastes and design scheme, Spiffy Spools’ vast collection of geometric drapes surely has a sumptuous load of choices for you to pick from. Browse our collections and shop with us today for your chic geometric drapes!