Updated: Nov 6, 2018
Planning to give your window treatments an upgrade, but not sure where to start? Let’s face it, window treatments are often overlooked when decorating your living space. But if you realize the importance and impact, it can do wonders for your home.
Here are some of the latest trends that will dramatically improve your room:
Curtains: curtains are great for their ability to add a simple soft touch. With the many design prints available, styles can be made to enhance any space
Zebra blinds: the most popular trend in the recent years, Zebra blinds are designed to please as they are modern, versatile and functional. They are truly loved by those who are style conscious
Sunscreens: great for the minimalist with no fuss. They are great for the many light filtering capabilities ranging from 1% to 13% light blocking for every individual's needs
Printed Shades: don’t like the scene? Just pull down your screen. Printed Shades are the latest trend for the bold and daring… or, just for those who are simply tired of looking at their neighbours! Take yourself to an island paradise or take yourself to Paris, France. Only issue you might have with your spouse is choosing the desired destination!
Wood & Faux Wood Blinds: good ol’ classic and traditional wood blinds can never go wrong. Great for those who prefer to live a little more conservatively. These blinds never go out of style and are perfect for the true nature lover. Vertical blinds: not just for offices! Vertical blinds do a great job at lengthening the room due to its design, adding height to any window. They are functional and easy to care for too
Each window covering style serves its own functionality with unique abilities to suit any person or place. If you doubt this fact, just try taking down your current window coverings down and you will see the immediate impact it will have on the entire room.
Then imagine something completely different! Imagine the possibilities. It’s like the ripple in the pond and how one thing can and will affect everything else.
If you want to improve your home decor, start at the room’s foundation - look to your windows.