Custom Window Texture Treatments

Apr 12th

Custom window texture treatments should match the purpose of the room. Kitchen curtains should use machine washable cotton cloth instead of cloth that needs dry cleaning. The window needs to keep the light? Will the window be the focal point in the room? Multiple windows need a treatment that flows visually. A coating will help keep cool air coming in through the window, while adding a layer of window texture.

Wood Texture Style
Wood Texture Style

The design of custom window treatments, measure the windows and the room. Draw a simple diagram of the window and the area around it. Study window treatments of your favorite local and online shopping centers. Draw several basic designs in your sketch including colors. This will give you an idea of ​​how custom window treatments look before you do them. Expand small windows by adding hardware above the window, near the ceiling. The hardware must be wider than the window to give the appearance that the window is larger.

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Use the brightly colored fabrics to draw attention to the window. Mix two opposite colors together, and then add a third color for a loop back. Color: sets the mood of the room and creates a focal point.  Select textures that complement the room. Use occasional fabrics such as chenille, denim, or bedding, in the bedroom for a relaxing feeling. Use thick fabrics to create shadows and make a darker room light.