Curtain dilemma
sunshine34
September 29, 2013 in Design Dilemma
Who helps us figure out what sort of window furnishing suit these windows best? There are 6 of them in the room
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leelee
With 6 windows keep it simple. Stay away from grommets--way too industrial looking for your traditional furniture. Hang your rods in the middle of the space between the window top and the ceiling... make sure they go all the way to the floor.
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edithsmom
Since you have such a great view and your sofa is floral, IMO the curtains should be solid and would follow leelee's advice.
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lcaciola
With such lovely windows, I would go with simple light or natural color woven wood/bamboo shades which would be mounted inside from below the top section of the window.
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Chap De Laine's Interiors
I hope you don't want to cover this entire wall in fabric (curtains). It'll start to feel like a cave. There are other options for covering windows, such as shades (roman, woven wood, cell) or just valances with sheers, all mounted inside the window frame. It looks like a pretty view outside. The treatment for this room should be determined by how much privacy you need and letting in as much light as possible. Check out www.hunterdouglas.com for some great ideas.
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carolins
Simple Roman shades would be lovely. I agree with Chap De Laine's Interiors that curtains, however simple, would be too overpowering. Clean lined Romans will add warmth without distracting from that gorgeous view.
Master Bedroom 1
Master Bedroom 2
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calidesign
I think with shades you would lose the lovely rectangle shape at the top of your windows. I would use full length, solid color curtains on either side of your windows, hung on a rod above the windows. That way you keep your entire view, but soften the edges. Use a color that blends with your wall color without too much contrast.
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bsg828282
what about wooden shutters ,,,they can be opened or closed...they are clean and neat
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