Choosing kitchen curtains is easy because they come in any style to fit what ever purpose needed. Common kitchen curtains for homes have a covering from half way down the window to the bottom with a matching decorative topper, leaving a hole in the middle. The bottom covering is held across the window with tie backs or hooks on the sides. The topper of a kitchen curtain is draped partially down each side and across the top. This style of kitchen curtains casts a homey look and allows sun to enter while still covering a window.
It is recommended to match kitchen curtains with the tile floor or wallpaper scheme in order to bring out the true colors. Common kitchen curtains are available in tiled patterns with fruits, vegetables, or other novelty items. These are good options, but some decorators prefer to keep kitchen curtains with a solid color to get the best effect.
Commercial kitchens usually choose curtains that are more like blinds. This makes them easier to clean, prevents excessive over heating in a busy kitchen, and provides privacy.