DESIGNER WEEKENDS: WINDOW TREATMENT COMBINATIONS!

Design 101 this month has been all about windows!  We started off with drapery details and updated our blog this week with details on shades, blinds, and shutters. There are a lot of options when it comes to choosing window treatments, including combining two of your favorites!  Below are some of our preferred window treatment combinations.

Drapery Flat

Drapery Flat

Flat Roman Shades get dressed up when surrounded by Drapery Panels and a Valance in this elegant living room.

Drapery Relaxed Shade

Drapery Relaxed Shade

Goblet Pleats, Tie Backs, and Brass Hardware offer a traditional look when combined with a Relaxed Roman Shade in this classic living room.

Drapery Roller

Drapery Roller

Drapery Panels and a Valance add softness and color to a simple Fabric Roller Shade in this sweet nursery.

Drapes Solar Shade

Drapes Solar Shade

Solar Shades let in light and maintain your view during the day, while Drapery Panels offer a layer of privacy and light filtering at night in this contemporary playroom.

Drapery Woven

Drapery Woven

Drapery Panels, with Parisian Pleats on a Bent Rod, offer a simple and elegant detail over Natural Woven Shades in this country library.

Drapery Shutters

Drapery Shutters

Shutters offer a flexible solution for light filtering and privacy, while the added soft layer of Drapery can help you completely block out sound and light in this cozy bedroom.

Grommet Roller

Grommet Roller

Grommet Drapery Panels, with Oil Rubbed Bronze Hardware, over a Natural Woven Roller Shade offer a functional and cozy solution to a bright window in this masculine bedroom.

Pattern Drapes Roman

Pattern Drapes Roman

Drapery Panels, with French Pleats on a Bent Rod, over patterned Flat Roman Shades give this window a punch of color and pattern, adding a visual punch to this peaceful bedroom.

Roman Blinds

Roman Blinds

Three treatments are combined in this serene bedroom: Wood Blinds for privacy and light filtering, Roman Shades to offer a blackout solution, and Drapery Panels to differentiate between the sleeping and reading areas.

When considering which style is right for your home, factors to note are:

  • How much light do you get into the room? Do you want to control the amount of light?
  • How much privacy do you need in the room?
  • Will the window treatments be functional or are they for aesthetic reasons only?
  • Is your room traditional, modern, or somewhere in between?
  • Are the windows in an area that will need to be cleaned regularly?
  • Who is using this room?

Do you have any other questions?  Feel free to email us, we love to hear from you!

Happy Window Shopping.

RB.

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