Vintage KitchenTraditional Kitchen, Charlotte
Vintage Kitchen, white marble countertops
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Here’s an idea that might help you. Build a temporary shade or valance out of butcher paper and tape or pin it onto your window. Keep adjusting its length — adding more or less — until the proportion is pleasing to you.Keep in mind that most of us tend to go too short rather than too long, so if there is any doubt, go longer. You will also get a good read on how the valance or shade will affect your light. (Just a word of advice: Don’t ask the UPS man what he thinks; he will invariably be wrong.)
Traditional doesn't always mean incredibly decorative. In this vintage-style farmhouse kitchen, simple roman shades fit the bill perfectly. An elegant patterned fabric creates a soft roman shade for a more casual, yet traditional window treatment, adding to the country formality of the space.