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5 Tips for Window Treatments

5 Tips for Window Treatments

Customize your windows today!

Window treatments and window shades are two of the best and easiest ways to personalize your home. Whether you are remodeling your kitchen or looking for new window shades in your bathroom, here are five of our best tips for customizing your window treatments.

Think Minimal

Minimalism is in for every room of the home, and window treatments aren’t exempt from the minimalist trend. Say goodbye to heavy and bulky window shades and replace them with simple and plain shades. Looking to cut down on the fabric that you use? Choose an upholstered cornice for your window treatments, instead of the more traditional options.

Light and Bright

Natural light is an essential element of every room in your home, and the window treatments that you choose have a direct effect on the amount of natural light that is let into your home. Pleated window shades can allow you more privacy and plenty of light so you will enjoy the best of both worlds and not need to reach for a light switch every time you enter the room.

Pick Modern Colors

When choosing fabric for your window treatments, don’t rely on outdated colors. Instead, browse contemporary shades that will complement your home and make the room feel more modern. Terra cotta, greens, blacks, and golds are all currently very popular and still understated and minimalist. You can also mix subtle fabric prints for a fun twist on window treatments with a lot of personality and without too much eye strain.

Incorporate Texture

Roman window shades are gaining popularity every year and homeowners are experimenting with different textures for a new modern take on the classic style. Purchase Roman window shades in rattan, bamboo, or other natural fibers for a natural feeling with visual interest and simplicity.

Add in Some Curves

Kitchens and bathrooms are often full of straight and simple lines, so why not use window treatments to add in some curves? Arching a valance is a simple way to add in a curve. You could also consider a curved cornice, a box-pleated valance with a curved bottom, or a window shade that falls into beautiful inverted pleats.

Interior Design from Columbia Paint

Columbia Paint Company is happy to help you choose the perfect color for your painting project, get you the best window shades for your room, and offer you tips for every step of the way. Not sure how to make sure your siding, trim, and accent colors match? Need to see the paints you loved online in person? Schedule an appointment today by calling 443-319-4001 or visiting us online. For more painting tips and updates, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Houzz, YouTube, and Pinterest!

At Columbia Paint you'll find all the necessary tools to complete your project. We even offer color consultation to ensure your satisfaction. Visit our website, call us or stop in today!
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