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Kathryn Tegreene Interior Design

I would use an extra long curtain rod and have it extend past the window on both sides to frame out a normal looking rectangle, That is an interesting shape.

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Lakeview Interior Design

Thanks Kathryn - yes an interesting shape in deed... My first instinct is to do as your saying with curtains, but in this type of commercial office it made it too formal. I went with a roller shade and a darkening roman for up top that comes down over the roller shade as this is a conference room and they need to use the tv for mtgs.

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