Thinking about Pom Pom Curtains

So in my rental I still have not put up curtains. Truthfully, I'm not sure if I ever will...I plan to but between my budget and my busy schedule it hasn't been number one on my to-do list.
The only real downside (other than the room not being fully decorated) is that my blinds let in a lot of light super early in the morning.  Which has me thinking if I were to get curtains...what would I get?

And for me the obvious answer is pom pom curtains. They are so fun and if a girl can't rock some pom pom curtains when she's living alone then when can she really? The first time I saw pom pom curtains is when Sarah Richardson did them for a blue and orange nursery, in fact, I most often see them in nurseries now. But trust me when I say that they can be used in the most grown up spaces as well. I'll prove it!:
brittanyMakes via Sadie and Stella
^ I adore Brittany's eclectic living room. The gold fame has my heart. Obviously so do the curtains.
via 6th Street Design School
^ My girl Elizabeth rocked them out in her living room and trust me when I say that woman can do no wrong.

^ The pom poms actually add sophistication to this canopy. Who knew something so fun could look so sharp?

^Is this not the happiest kitchen you've ever seen? The pom poms look like confetti! Perfect for any baker.
^ A bright happy space deserves bright happy curtain trim. duh.

So what do you guys think? Only for nurseries or for any room in the house. For me, it's that perfect little bit of unexpected quirk that every room needs. Oh yeah and POM POMS, just in case I didn't say it enough in this post. It is fun to say...