Bedrooms are sanctuaries for us, places where we can relax, feel safe, and unwind after a long day. It makes sense that we want these rooms to have a luxurious and comforting ambiance. Here are some tips for window treatments that can help you create the bedroom of your dreams.
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Shades With Elegant Textures And Colors
When selecting a bedroom window treatment, consider elegant fabrics like silk, linen, and cotton or organic textures like woven woods that feel rich to the touch. Specific colors can add to the sophisticated look of your bedroom.
Sheer Beauty With Light Control
To elevate the look of your bedroom, a window treatment that beautifully diffuses light is key. Sheer vertical shadings have the dreamy quality of drapes while filling a room with soft, natural light. They feature vertical fabric vanes attached to a single-sheer-facing fabric. If you want a horizontal treatment, Silhouette® Window Shadings by Hunter Douglas have the feel of a drapery with adjustable S-shaped vanes that look like they’re floating between two sheers.
Window Treatments: Down To The Details
When it comes to a high-end look in the bedroom, it’s all in the details. Window treatments with distinctive fabrics, tapes, linings, and trims, can tie a room together. Make sure to balance all the design elements and colors. Say your window treatment has a dominant color. Use this color in about 60% of your room, the second color in 20–30% of your room, and other complementary colors on decorative accents. You can also choose metallic finishes or woods that highlight your neutral tones.
A Clean Look At The Window With Roman Shades
Window treatments with a clean, uncluttered appearance can help the other design accents in your bedroom stand out. You could opt for a flat or full fold that rolls right up into the headrail or a full fold that stacks neatly into the headrail.
Setting The Theme
Before you pick a window treatment, think about the style of elegance you’re going for in your bedroom. New York loft? Victorian? Shabby chic? Then choose a window treatment that fits your theme. The remaining smaller design elements can keep with or stray from the theme to match your particular style.
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