Window treatments are such an important part of any room. They create warmth and add texture while making a space feel more finished. Make sure to hang your hardware several inches higher than the window itself and have fun with the fabric – I love fabric so much I sometimes work an entire design scheme around the curtains!
Classic panels are the perfect way to treat tall windows.
The right length is important too. Jonathan Adler gets it just right in this dining room. He smartly picked a white rod to blend into the walls.
These tie-backs are elegant and formal without feeling stuffy.
Streamlined sheers complement this contemporary space.
With ombre and emerald, this bay window is right on trend.
Adding a leading edge to a solid panel is a great way to customize and create visual interest.
A valance doesn’t have to feel old-fashioned. The clean lines of this tailored treatment give the room a young and current feel.
Roman shades are always a great option. I love the fabric used on the windows in this room.
Balloon shades have come a long way. I think they look best when they are simple and relaxed.
Using woven shades will give a natural, structured look and are a good option for less formal rooms. They are great for letting in natural light.
There are so many fun, creative options for window treatments today. Which is your favorite?
Photo Credits: Elle Decor (1,5,7,11,13), House Beautiful (2,3,9,12), Pinterest (4,6), Metropolitan Home (10)