August 23, 2017

All About Window Treatments With Adrian Lucero

Adrian Lucero reflects on the importance of updating your window treatment based on the style, color, and design that you prefer.

by Adrian Lucero


Window Treatment Trends and Styles
By: Adrian Lucero

It is always important to update your window treatment depending on style, color, and the design that you prefer. It is a way to enhance the aesthetic appearance of a room, thus showing your personality. Any given time of the year is the perfect time to reconsider your window treatment. Whether you favor simple trends that won't catch the attention of guests or draperies that cry for attention, there are trends and styles every season to fit your preferred style. Take a look at these seven styles.

Window Films
If you prefer creative ventures, applying a window film can be just that experience. From floral to geometric and abstract patterns, there are a variety of designs to choose from. The installation is also relatively easy if you have the steady hand for it.

Honeycomb Blinds
Honeycomb blinds are environment-friendly and eco-friendly but do not forgo style. The design has been around for decades and has provided insulation for houses over the years.

Textural Shades and Blinds
Natural materials such as wood, rattan, and bamboo are more and more in-demand when it comes to style. They provide coziness and a relaxing organic feel.

Roman Shades
There are an extensive set of designs to choose from with roman shades—including a variety of styles and linings that are simple yet attractive. There are ranges in price depending whether the shades are hand-sewn by a professional or bought readymade. Most applications yield a contemporary feel.

Luxurious Fabric
Love the luxurious, high-end look? Employing velvets, silks, and suede into your curtain designs is right on targen than. These plush materials are elegance personified.

Plain Curtains
Plain drapes and curtains can sometimes seem a bit lackluster. A good way of to enhance the look is by painting on them. Use a stencil to produce a more lively vibe.

Sheets and Tablecloths
This style of curtain is DIY (do it yourself), if you don't have curtains and you badly need one, you can use table cloths or flat sheets to your advantage. You can also incorporate custom designs by stitching in ribbons, floral patches, and a myriad of other applications. This allows you to present your resourcefulness and creativity while saving money.

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