Would you use blind/shade/curtain for these window?

Aaron XieJuly 13, 2014
If so, what kind and what colour? Any thoughts will be appreciated.

These are the windows in the living room.
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Maureen
Perhaps a simple stripped roman shade, in very light yellow, white or beige, and a third color that is in your room
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    Bookmark   July 13, 2014 at 9:51AM
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I would do them all in a cafe style. Just on bottom, no valance or shade. Maybe a small striped pattern of red, yellow, white
    Bookmark   July 13, 2014 at 10:12AM
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S&A Decor
i suggest roman blind too
    Bookmark   July 13, 2014 at 10:14AM
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decoenthusiaste
While the two large framed pieces are nice, they are overwhelming in this space and are crowding and overpowering the window. If you are not sentimentally attached, I'd sell them on Craig's List or pass them to someone who has room for them. You actually could leave some space there for the eye to rest, and you'd have room for floor to ceiling draperies at two of your windows. The window between the cabinets could use a matching roman shade of the same fabric as the drapes for a unifying effect.
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Aaron Xie
Thanks for all the replies!

Most of you recommended roman blinds. Actually I was thinking of ceiling to floor curtains.
    Bookmark   July 13, 2014 at 4:37PM
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Drapery would be ok, if you take down the art, on that wall, and the one with the chair - but on the window between the bookcases full length drapery would feel pretty tight.

I would suggest roman shades, mounted above the windows, that could be lowered for privacy and light control, not impeding the radiator's efficiency. You don't have to do the same treatment on all the windows, but it's a good way to repeat a design element.
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hayleydaniels
I really like your pictures, but agree with deco that they overwhelm the space. Do you have a larger wall for them?

I would go with Roman blinds too as you have that vent under the window that needs to be factored into the equation when deciding what to go with.
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Aaron Xie
Thanks for all the replies. They are very helpful! We decide to go with Roman blinds.
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