Modern BedroomModern Bedroom, New York
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In-Window ShadesAnother smart option for tight spaces is to use an in-window shade, rather than hanging a curtain. This can look sharply modern in a solid color or more romantic and traditional in a charming pattern. Either way, a shade that sits inside the window frame won’t need any extra stacking space at the sides. Instead, it will need to stack at the top, so again, a thinner fabric will ensure that you can reveal as much of the window as possible when the shade is up.
Roman blinds. Roman blinds are a classic choice that always works. But they are especially smart in the bath and bedroom, where you need the most privacy, and in the kitchen, where curtains would get in the way of cooking. Roman blinds also work well layered with floor-length drapes for an elegant look.