Windows are one of the most important features in a home. They let in light, fresh air and the sights nearby. Proper window treatments will help windows look more interesting while adding additional functionality to your windows, such as insulation, light blocking or privacy. Here are a few window treatments to consider.
Roman blinds Boston are an attractive option for many homeowners because they offer the convenience of shades with the softer look of a curtain. They’re easy to match with your decor and can be easily drawn with the pull of a cord or touch of a button (yes, you can even get battery-operated Roman blinds).
Traditional drapes are a gorgeous option for tall windows and rooms with high ceilings. The floor-to-ceiling look adds an air of elegance and regal feeling to a room. They can also help with insulation or light blocking. They may require more regular cleaning (if they will be brushing the floor), so take this into consideration when choosing the right drapes for your space.
Short curtains are a nice option for smaller spaces. Popular lengths are the same or slightly longer than the window, but don’t brush off the possibility of a simple valance. In any case, short curtains can add a touch of beauty to smaller windows or in a smaller room. To maximize natural lighting, choose breezy, pastel fabrics or lace that will allow lots of sunshine to come through. To enhance privacy, opt for thicker fabrics. If you want the best of both worlds, consider adding a second curtain rod to allow you to hang both a light curtain and a thicker one.
The right window treatments can make your rooms more beautiful and functional. Choose a window treatment that will allow you to meet your needs of lighting (or not), privacy (or openness) and make your space look its best.