One way to make your new room addition seem more complete and “less naked” is to dress them with the perfect window treatment! We wanted to share some great trends and design that might just be the perfect fit for your renovation!
- Organic materials: Continue to be on the rise in design, and window treatments are following trend-an example would be natural woven shades in bamboo or matchstick… They let in diffused light, so you can see what’s going on outside, but it’s not just an open window, so you have some privacy.
- Luxury Fabrics: Key in this category are silks, velvets, damasks, fur, leather and suede. While the overall design trend leans toward simplicity, this trend will remain popular with those who desire embellishment and luxury.
- Simple Sleek Lines: Dominating window fashions in everything from flowing drapes to chrome decorative hardware. Creating sleek silhouettes against a window instantly lends a clean, modern look to any window and room. A quick way to get truly streamlined treatments is with popular panel-track systems.
- Luxury Tech: Window blinds can now be controlled via remote, a light switch or even the Internet. But just because your windows have gone high-tech, it doesn’t mean they have to be stark and uninviting. Layering fabrics with high-thread-count cottons is one trend sure to cozy up a window.
- Green Design: Shades and blinds have always been about keeping light out, but now they can also save you money on your heating bills. Honeycomb shades, is tech meets nature. They’re made of spun woven polyester that, combined with the shape of the bee honeycomb, creates a detour for the wind or the cold to not go into the house.
Whatever you choose to clothe your naked windows in your new room addition, we will be there to help you along the way! We are the trusted professionals for both design and construction. Contact us today to get started!
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*photo from HGTV