window treatment. Saturday , December 30th , 2017 - 18:32:19 PM
New construction properties are being built with some beautiful, oversized and irregular sized windows in many of the homes. These windows are absolutely beautiful and they allow so much natural light to enter the space. They can be extremely dramatic and can be the focal point of very a beautifully designed room. They also create difficulty for many homeowners. Some have issues with too much direct sunlight, or lack of privacy and others just are not sure how to dress the windows so that they work with their decor and do not look overwhelming or out of place. However, dressing these windows so that they are both beautiful and functional does not have to be that difficult. With a little careful planning, creativity and ingenuity, you can create a beautiful window treatment that will be the highlight of your room.
If you have no idea about what window treatments might cost then most stores should be more than willing to quote off your plans or measurements you provide them. You can ask them to quote based on a middle of the range price point. This will give you a great indication of what you can expect when you finally decide on the specific curtain, blind, shutter or other window treatment.
The most important thing to consider, regardless of your design style is scale. You will want to create treatments that fit the scale of the room and the windows. Many homeowners with two story windows make the mistake of only dressing the lower windows. Although if done correctly this can look nice, ideally you will want to address both levels of windows. If you have a more traditional style, formal swag valances over each of the windows will create drama and interest. You can also add drapery panels to the lower windows underneath the swag for function and added aesthetic. Floor to ceiling drapery panels with swags at the top will also create a very dramatic, formal and more traditional look. If you have multiple windows united in one area, consider treating them as one window. Perhaps panels on each end with a beautiful, dramatic valance across all of the windows can add the drama you need.
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