Simple Ways to Spruce up Your Home – Part 2
Sometimes we need a change of scenery in our own homes. It may be a permanent or seasonal change, an addition or subtraction, a furniture rearrangement, new or different accessories, etc. If your home seems a little outdated, a few simple changes will brighten things up and leave you with a feeling that you’ve just given your home a much needed facelift.
Window treatments can be decorative (think style, color, and pattern), functional (privacy, sun control, insulating) and conducive to the feeling of warmth (soft, textural, layered).
Whether you are aiming for an ultra modern, contemporary, transitional or traditional look, you’ll find a variety of styles, fabrics and colors to choose from. Top treatments, such as valances and cornice boards, are popular when paired with wood blinds, textured shades, panels, sheers, and pleated shades. For an updated look, try something simple, sophisticated and subtle.
Traditional Kingston valances; Traditional stationary panels; Custom shaped wood cornice.
Contemporary cornice board, stationary panels, and custom sun shades.
Transitional light-weight, summery draperies and sun shades.
Transitional Global styled rooms with stationary panels, silhouettes, and custom cornice boards.
Traditional bay window cornice boards with tied back sheers.
Triple swag and cascades with woven natural grass shade.
Transitional draperies on carved wood rod with silhouettes. Traditional swag & jabot.
Contemporary patterned Roman shades. Soft contemporary tabbed sheers floor to ceiling.