Floor to ceiling
Sheers behind blackout curtains in bedroom
When it comes to window treatments, break is just a term for where the bottom of the drapery panel sits in relation to the floor. I often stick with 1/4 inch above the floor which keeps it from gathering dust and getting trampled on by dogs.
If you're simply putting up two single panels, it ain't no big thang, y'all. If you're covering an entire wall of windows, that's another story. To figure out how many you'll need, just keep in mind that each single panel will require about 8 drapery rings.
Nice idea - combo blackout curtains w/Roman shades
choose composite blinds, which look like wood and retain their shape indefinitely.
Long cellular shades w/curtains?
GOOD IDEA- functional convenience of blinds is great but the drapery fabric helps maintain the traditional look and feel. Draperies do not have to fully functional either. Here the dummy drapes help pull the eye vertical accenting the ceiling height.
The wooden blinds tie in well with the headboard and are functional as well. The drapery draws your eye up.
Top down bottom up shades
Roman shade with trellis
I really like these! Simple and elegant.
NO ROMAN SHADES IN LIVING ROOM! "actually quite a trick to raise and lower one of these shades without struggling over the folds. If you like this look, consider making the shades stationary rather than operable."