Enhance a Room's Design Style With Window Treatments
Adding certain window treatments creates different effects to the style and decor of the room. Check out these options for inspiration.
Balance a Room With Woven Wood Shades
Woven wood shades on French doors enhance the rich, dark colors in this living room, giving it a more casual yet sophisticated look.
Try Roman Shades on Bay Windows
Roman shades on bay windows create a soft and elegant ambiance. Neutral-colored shades are so versatile they work with all the colors in a room.
Move Toward Modern With Cellular Shades
The clean lines of a cellular shade give this dining room a more modern twist. Adding a dark-colored shade to the room breaks up the monotony of the neutral wall colors while matching the furniture.
Control Light With Wood Blinds
Adding wood blinds to a dining room makes the space look more casual. Plus, you can tilt or pull the blinds to let in natural light.
Save Energy Bills With Cellular Shades
The insulation properties on these cellular shades are higher than usual with double honeycombs, which helps save money on energy bills for heat or air conditioninger.
Change a Room's Style With a Sunweave Shade
This traditional kitchen looks very modern with a sunweave shade. It helps protect the countertops and accessories by blocking out UV rays and heat, but you can still see outside.
Create Calm With Cellular Shades
Cellular shades are also great for bedrooms. The honeycomb shape insulates the room and a subtle pattern adds interest without overwhelming a calm color palette.
Sleep Better With Roller Shades
Roller shades are a simple and clean window treatment for a bedroom. With texture and a blackout liner, this roller shade makes the room look cozier while making it easier to fall and/or stay asleep.
Forgot Moisture Issues With Faux Wood
Faux wood blinds create the look of real wood without warping when there's moisture in the air, making them perfect for the bathroom. The two-inch slats look chic and stylish in any decor.
Control Light and Privacy With Cellular Shades
The Top Down Bottom Up feature on cellular shades allows for privacy on the bottom and natural light from the top for better control. It works especially well in bathrooms.