Window Treatments. Friday , September 28th , 2018 - 23:32:35 PM
Once you have answered the question of what you need, then you can begin to consider your options. If you need the maximum in light blocking and light control (for instance, in a bedroom where someone needs to sleep during the day), then you might want to consider dual window treatment options on those windows. Total light-blocking blinds are a good option, but you can also combine them with fabric panels to help add to the light-blocking properties. The fabric panels will also give you light control when the blinds are opened, and depending on your color and texture choice you can give a light and airy feel to the room even when the blinds are closed and no sunlight is coming through.
How many times do you just draw the curtains and take a peak outside? Almost every day, of course, and even more regularly when you stay indoors the whole day. But windows that are not properly decorated aren't as pleasurable to look at. Window treatments add much to the attractiveness of a window. Window treatments refers to the different types of coverings you place over your windows. You can find a wide variety of window treatments, and there are even treatments specifically for large windows readily available. You don't have to sacrifice if you have a large window, as there are plenty of attractive treatments out there made to fit large windows. The same styles of treatments are available as those for standard sized windows.
When it comes to decorating your windows with fabric, there really are a wide range of attractive options. Single panel or multi-panel curtains and drapes each provide slightly different styles but the same benefits. Single panel curtains can be drawn to one side, whereas multi-panel alternatives generally open in the middle and do a very nice job of framing your window when you choose to let light in. Café curtains are also becoming a popular design choice; these curtains cover only the lower portion of your window and can be paired with valances to create an elegant window treatment.
Let's begin with the basic question, "what do you want to do?" Sounds easy enough. Do you want to block sunlight altogether? Do you have a window that just gets morning sunlight, which is softer than afternoon light and therefore needs just a little bit of control? Or do you have windows that get a maximum amount of sunlight throughout the day and therefore need the most light control options available? Another function of window treatments is privacy. If your windows are on the first floor and at a level where anyone outside could peer in, you might like to have the option to block their view at times. Other windows are at a height where no one could look inside and therefore you might not have any privacy considerations at all. Perhaps you have a window (or windows) where there is no need for light control or privacy. Should you do anything at all there? You will also want to consider the energy-efficiency of window treatments, such as those that will block the heat from the sun, or allow more sunlight in to warm up a chilly room.
For giving a classy interior to your rooms and a stylish touch to the window treatment, you can select gold, rust and bronze designs with a combination of cream or off-white. These color schemes change the entire look of the apartments and rooms. Make sure that the colors and the fabrics you use solve the main purpose of privacy and light moderation to the desired extent. The window treatments for large windows must always be done with valances as they look wonderful on large windows. The real beauty of swags comes out when they are used on larger windows. Valances that should preferably be used, are the ascot type of valances as they look the most elegant where shelf valances or box type valances do not look as attractive.
If you are having trouble deciding the color of your window treatments, consider making them the same color as the area rugs in your room. There are so many different solid color rugs to choose from. You may have small area rugs in front of particular areas in the room or you may have one large rug in the middle of the floor. Pull the color that is least seen in that rug and choose for your windows. Patterns on window treatments serve more than one purpose. They offer window coverage and they also offer design and style. If you have too many different patterns in your room, it may become uncomfortable or distracting. If you have too much of one pattern, you may have a busy look which makes it hard to relax in.
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