window treatment. Saturday , December 30th , 2017 - 18:04:27 PM
Shades can come in fabric, wood, natural fibers, and synthetic fibers. Like blinds they can be modern and clean or they can be designed with slouches and swags for a more traditional design. They too can be sheer for allowing light, privacy lined or blackout for sleeping in. They can have additional embellishments like top down bottom up and remote controls, which could make them very useful for larger, higher to reach windows.
The first step to getting your window treatments right the first time is figuring out what function you need your window treatments to serve. If privacy is an issue, you need to understand what types of window treatments will provide the type of privacy you need. If light control is an issue, again, knowing the different types of treatments available for light control will help you narrow down your choices. Perhaps aesthetics is your primary concern. You will need to know what treatments will create the best look for your type of window and design style. Here is a basic breakdown of the types of window treatments available and what their main functions are.
If you have a more contemporary design style, simple floor to ceiling grommet top or pinch pleated panels on either side of each set of windows can create drama and elegance. Sheers draped dramatically over the higher windows and pulled back with a tie-back can create drama in a more casual room and can also take the edge off of a brightly sunlit room.
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