window treatment. Monday , January 01st , 2018 - 09:08:29 AM
Once you have decided on the function your treatments, the next step is deciding how you want your window treatments to look. Look around your home and decide what your design style is. If you are more traditional, you will want to consider draperies and swag valances as options over any functional treatments you may have selected. If your style is more contemporary, simple panels over roller or solar shades may be your cup of tea. An easy way to coordinate your treatments is by color. To do so, make sure that your selections have a color match with another fabric. Your fabrics do not need to have all the same colors in common. A red from a floral or plaid and coordinate with the same red in another style of fabric, such as a stripe. A solid piece, such as an accent pillow in that same color to round out your palate.
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.
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.
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