4 Ways to Spruce Up Your Home’s Windows

We’re all spending more time in our homes so many of us are looking for ways to make some simple changes for big impact. A great place to start is with the your home’s existing windows. Whether you live in an older home or a fairly new home build, your windows can be an untapped design opportunity.

Here are four ideas you can incorporate into your home’s design style:

#1 Reposition existing drapery rods to the ceiling. This will draw the eye upward and instantly make a room look larger.

Drapery rods

Adding height to a room is a designer’s priority. Bringing drapery rods just a few inches higher can make a big difference.

#2 Layer in blinds or shades with drapery. Hard window treatments will not only provide more privacy and insulation, but will add texture and dimension to a room.

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Hard window treatments can add more dimension to a room compared to just using soft window treatments.

#3 Tie in toss pillows with drapery fabric. Consider a bold or muted tone that matches back to the fabric or create custom pillows with the same fabric to bring a cohesive look to a room’s design.

Tie in toss pillows on a bed or sofa that coordinate with your drapery for a well-rounded design.

#4 Frame a window with stationary panels. Not every window needs a fully functional drape. Stationary panels can add a polished look and keep your space bright and airy.

Stationary panels

Stationary panels can add drama to challenging features of your home’s windows.

Which tip have you tried in your own home? ⁣Did any of the tips inspire some new ideas?

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We work with clients to unite form and function with beautiful, custom-made window treatments for your space.

As a valued client we will:

  1. Guide you to the perfect window treatment option(s) for your space.
  2. Measure the space for the selected treatments.
  3. Place all necessary orders.
  4. Ensure that designs are built to your specification.
  5. Deliver and install the treatments to your satisfaction.
  6. Suggest other coordinated pieces to complete the design, such as bedding and furniture.

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