With all the options for window treatments out there, which window treatment is best for you?
HUNTER DOUGLAS SHADES OR BLINDS:
- If you like a clean, simple, and minimal look, Hunter Douglas is for you. There are many options of Hunter Douglas products, from Duette shades to wooden blinds. Hunter Douglas products have a clean and simple look. They’re great if you have a beautiful waterfront view and don’t want curtains obscuring it at all.
- If you have an odd-shaped window, Hunter Douglas can be fit for nearly any angle or size.
- Roman shades can be customized in nearly any fabric. They can be lined in anything from a simple, lightweight cotton to a full blackout lining – making them ideal for bedrooms where you want a darkened room.
- If you have a kitchen or bathroom window, a place where you can’t really have full curtains, romans are a great option to soften the space while adding a pattern.
- A simple valance is a good compromise between a roman shade and a Hunter Douglas. A valance goes just above the window. If you want to add a little bit of pattern/color with fabric but don’t want to fully cover the window, just doing a simple valance is a great option.
- Sheer panels are very pretty for a beach home. They diffuse the light but aren’t totally opaque, so you can dress your windows up without losing too much natural light.
- There are dozens of ways to do traditional drapery panels – from pinch pleats to grommet holes, to swags and jabots. More simple panels have been gaining in popularity recently, with a pinch pleat or balloon pleat on the top. These are lovely with a gorgeous trim on the leading edge.
If you have any questions about your options, our friendly and talented design consultants are happy to help! Stop in the Mill End Shop today to learn more!