Whether you’ve been living in your home for 20+ years or you just a bought it, one of the best ways to personalize it is by giving your windows a makeover. When you first go about sprucing up your windows, you may seem a bit overwhelmed because there is literally an endless list of window treatment options. Fortunately, though, we’ve put together the ultimate guide for window treatment ideas.

Modern Ideas

To achieve a modern look, you’ll want to pick shades or blinds that stand out against the color on your walls. Cordless shades bring forth a clean and sleek look, and to really up the ante, choose shades that have a geometric pattern printed on them. Hardware coming in a chrome or nickel finish will enhance the modernness of cordless shades, and if you choose to go with shades that are motorized, this takes modernization to a whole new level.

Kitchen Ideas

When you’re in the kitchen, you are likely very busy, and it’s because of this that you should allow as much natural light to come in as possible. Keeping this in mind, you’ll want to install easy to open and close blinds that are cordless; this way there are no cords to get stuck in your blender. Faux wood blinds are highly recommended in this room because they are resistant to warping and fading, which is a common problem in the kitchen due to the rising and decreasing in temperatures that take place when cooking.

Sliding Door Ideas

If you have one or more sliding doors in your home, then you know firsthand how difficult it can be to find the perfect window treatment. With vertical blinds installed on a track, however, you have a quick and easy way to let light in or to keep it out. Vertical cellular shades are also a wise option for sliding doors because they work just the same a regular cellular shade, except they move horizontally. If you want the option of having no light come through your sliding doors, then hanging dark drapes is a viable option.

Bay Window Ideas

Lots of people choose to leave their bay windows completely bare of any window treatments. However, if you want to keep light out, wood shutters tend to look good in any bay window area. Since bay windows tend to be angled against one another, if you’re looking to bring a bit of softness to them, perhaps you should install fabric roman blinds in a pastel color.

Arched Window Ideas

Arched windows are beautiful, but they can be a bit difficult to cover. On the upside, though, cellular shades tend to work well in these windows, and if needed, you can have shades customized to fit the exact size of your arched windows.

Dining Room Ideas

The dining room is likely a place where you and the family will come together quite often to enjoy meals together. And depending on the amount of privacy that you prefer, you’ll want shades or blinds that are easy to open. If you are going for a more formal look, long drapes will suit your preference the best, while for a more laid-back appearance, roman shades work well.

Living Room Ideas

The living room is an area where just about anything goes in regards to window treatments. You can leave them completely bare or cover them with dark shades to give you ultimate privacy. Adding a valance will go a long way in adding signature to your living room, especially when you install one with a bold pattern that complements the shades.

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