Curtains and valances add elegance, while the motorized shades add privacy with the touch of a button.
These curtains frame the large sliding door without blocking the view. A large art piece above the door gives the illusion of a curtain valence.
Design by Verona Homes
Use high ceilings to their full potential with ceiling-to-floor curtains. Starting curtains just under the crown molding will help heighten any space.
Design by Tracy Morris
Light in Linen
This gauzy curtain provides privacy and softens harsh sunlight without blocking the view.
Design by Patrice Flashner Fitzgerald
Trouble with the Curve
Not sure what to do about that rounded window? These curtains soften this difficult shape without blocking light. Swagging the curtains allows options for day-to-night functionality.
Design by Shelly Reihl David
Shelly Riehl David
Shutters are the perfect tropical touch for these seaside French doors.
Less is More
This cheery pink bedroom is already bursting with color making the white blinds a perfect choice. Blinds are also an easy way to dress up a window seat.
Design by My Tiny Nest
Creamy shades help block the light from a wall full of windows, while adding a warmth to this modern bedroom.
Design by Andreas Charalambous