There are classic fun decoration items—like throwing pillows, planters, and bookends—and there are not-so-fun accessories that are important, but a bit boring to the source. One of the products you said was? Window treatments.
Luckily, the terrible beige blinds of the ’80s and ’90s have been glowing up, and you don’t need to decorate your windows with metal blinds or obnoxious fabric curtains of the past. Window treatments are cool—official—and it’s there’s a variety of ways you can add personality to your space and frame your windows, not dull things down.
These window treatments will serve the purpose of every room in your home, whether you want to spice up your home office, create a cozy atmosphere in the living room, or modernize your bathroom. We know that you’re going to love them.
Best Window Treatments
Embrace Half and Half
Love the light-soaked rooms but the covetous privacy? Give yourself the power of both blinds that cover half the window. You’re going to get a dreamy, sun-filled living room without having to settle for naked windows.
Bring in Boho Blinds
Because of its free-spirited roots, Boho will never feel obsolete, especially when it comes to your window treatments. The earthy, natural textures that are commonly found in rooms of this style make it easy to find blinds of this nature that fit seamlessly.
Cloak Windows With Drapes
Thick drapes like these give a luxurious, modern feel that can help keep the light out and make the whole room vibrate. They make a greater statement than regular shades and are far bolder than sheer curtains.
Bransen Distressed Chevron Single Curtain Panel, $42
With the aid of your curtains, keep the modernist vibe going, which does so much more than serve a reason for utility. These circle-laden ones are playful and chic, adding some sass to the room that isn’t colorful or obnoxiously patterned—you’re welcome, minimalists.
Add Colorful Drama
The room-changing powers of paint or the more subtle accents that decorative items can sprinkle into space are mostly limited to humans. Try switching out your window treatments for one that adds color and a little punchy hue to space for a happy medium.
When accented with blinds to boot, wood window frames look beautiful. If your trim is a certain color or made of a certain material, you can really make an effect by adding a treatment that looks like it was specially made to grace your windows to match the room.
Bring Midcentury Dreams to Life
In terms of finishing touches, the sharp, rectangular shape of these long blinds was just what this room needed. This window treatment does not obstruct the magnificent pendant lamp, wall art, and chairs, but it only continues the midcentury vibe.
Go Whimsically Opaque
Although all-white rooms with gossamer pallets sometimes sound cut out for nothing other than gauzy curtains, this space is equally proof of opaque functions. They still look just as light and airy as anything, even though they are thicker and able to block out more light.
Don’t feel an uncomfortable corner perplexed. Instead, follow suit and wrap the area around a collection of transparent blinds. It still lets in plenty of natural light and makes your room feel a little more cohesive.
Try Sheer, Yet Colorful
Do you love the look of drapes, but you’re not thrilled with heavy textiles? Alternatively, opt for curtains that are almost-transparent but still have a touch of color to them. The bright blue ones here are a perfect counterpart to the matching sofa and help the contrasting orange chairs balance out.
Who says you need only one form of window treatment to stick with? Choose two to go together—like solid blinds and a nice set of curtains—and you’ll open up even more possibilities. From how the window treatments look to the amount of light you let in, you can personalize everything.
Hopefully, these great window treatments will inspire you to create the perfect window treatments for your home. Besides, you can add some fantastic types of ferns to decorate for your window. If you want to add any cool ideas for this list, let us know in the comment below.
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