15 Stylish Window Treatments

Complete your room with stunning window treatments. Modern panels, over-the-top draperies or streamlined shades — find the treatments that work for your space.

  • A Breezy Look

    Window treatments aren't only for indoor rooms. HGTV magazine experts suggest using them outside to create a relaxing indoor feel in a backyard. Pick out outdoor-proof or easy-to-wash fabrics.

  • Chandelier Lights Immaculate Dining Room Decor

    Elegant Yet Simple

    To match the scale of the formal dining room, designer Lori Dennis hangs heavy brocade curtains right below the tray ceiling. A simple ring heading is used to balance the luxurious fabric, while silk ties hold the draperies back to allow natural light into the space.

  • Mirrored Bed Frame in Hollywood Regency Guest Room

    Neutral Elegance

    Nothing says elegance like floor-to-ceiling window treatments in a neutral tone. Designer Jamie Herzlinger gave this grand bedroom a Hollywood Regency look with dramatic ivory draperies adorned with a gold Greek key design on the valance.

  • Avram Rusu Pink Master Bedroom

    Layers of Pink

    Layer a mixture of curtains to create an updated design. Designer Andreea Avram Rusu pairs vibrant striped sheers with deep pink panels for a bright and contemporary bedroom.

  • Wildcat Territory striped window treatments

    Bold Contrast

    A grommet heading, rings inserted into the top of the curtain fabric, is a contemporary and clean solution for hanging drapes. Make a bold statement with black and white stripes, like the Horizon in Shantung panels from Wildcat Territory. Photo Courtesy of Wildcat Territory.

  • Cream-Colored Bedroom

    Curtain Combos

    Valances provide a streamlined look by hiding drapery hardware. Designer Troy Beasley pairs a valance with cream panels trimmed in brown to add warmth to the bedroom while still letting in a little natural light.

  • Bold, Colorful Pattern

    Roman shades aren't as dramatic as floor-to-ceiling window treatments, but they can add just as much color and punch. Pick a bold pattern, such as ikat, in a vibrant color palette. Design by Brian Patrick Flynn

  • Media Room Features Subdued Natural Light, Open Floor Plan

    Sleek and Blue

    Lori/a> maintains the contemporary look of the living room with sleek panels hung close to the wall. Hidden hardware gives the window treatments a streamlined look.

  • Floral Bedroom Features Silk Bedding

    Full of Frills

    Unique window treatments complete a room. Designer Shelly Riehl David creates custom puff-top silk draperies for this romantic and feminine bedroom.

  • Bathroom With Seating Area

    Creative Treatments

    Windows aren't the only place for beautiful draperies. Designer Tracy Morris fills a luxurious bathroom with soft pleated curtains hung along the walls to add warmth and to create different spaces.

  • Cozy Blue Sitting Area

    Pretty and Practical

    Combine panels with blinds for privacy and to add warmth to a room. For a natural and unique touch, designer Jennifer Duneier uses a bamboo rod to hang the panels.

  • corner bedroom sitting area

    Flowery Style

    Floral patterns don't have to look outdated. Look for ones with a large print, like the black-and-white Roman shades designer Erinn Valencich uses in this modern bedroom.

  • White and Pink Nursery

    Nursery Draperies

    Window treatments don't have to necessarily cover windows. RMS user Decorography flanked her baby girl's crib to create a dramatic focal point.

  • beasley study sofa

    Keep It Simple

    Simple shades and panels in a modern geometric pattern frame the view of this stylish study. Troy says, \"Keep windows open and light. Don't dress up the windows with jabots, swags or other old-fashioned, fussy treatments.\"

  • DIY Valance

    Give your window treatments a custom look without any sewing required. Brian monogrammed this valance by simply using stencils and paint.

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