My daughter recently moved into her first apartment that wasn't shared with a roommate. It is actually a guest house at the rear of a larger house. It is very small, and consists of an open studio concept. Basically a bedroom and kitchen combined. Then you step into a closet area, and the bath is just beyond that.
With a floor plan like that, she needed some separation between her living area, and the adjoining closet, so she chose to purchase two window panels, attached with a tension rod, and held apart with tiebacks.
We were very impressed with these drapery panels. They are white and made of 100% cotton. They are a standard size of 42 inches by 84 inches long. They were purchased at Target, and seem to be very durable and of a heavy material. They are machine washable, and should be line dried.
The effect of the drapes was an almost Grecian look, with tasseled tiebacks. When she desires, she can completely draw the drapes together, and block off her closet. (Unless someone needs to use the bathroom. LOL! Well, you can't have everything in a first apartment, right?)
Now the only problem she is having, is that the tension rod keeps slipping down the door frame.