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60 Designer Window Treatments and Curtain Ideas
Whether it's exquisite draperies, Roman shades or a basic swath of texture, each window needs the ideal supplement.
Pops of Pink
With '20s-time backdrop as of now gracing a customer's dining room dividers, Charleston-based designer Angie Hranowsky knew the Southern space required a little present day oomph. Watchman Teleo's Silk Scarf conveys both shading and vitality to a room peppered with collectibles.
Schuyler Samperton just has 650 square feet to work with in her Miami Beach escape, so thin shades keep things light. "Natural, woven things, similar to those blinds and the rope loft seat in the bedroom, never feel like they're taking up excessively room," she says.
A Roman shade in Ferrick Mason's Lexington adds example to a main bedroom secured with a Kneedler Fauchère hemp. Designer Joe Lucas sourced the exclusively bed from Harbinger.
"When I was searching for a trim to complete off the edges of the silk fabric draperies in the dining room, I discovered some old saris in an import store on New York's Second Avenue," says Frank de Biasi of a Manhattan duplex. "I cherish utilizing antique textures at whatever point conceivable."
This Georgetown rowhouse didn't have excessively numerous windows in the first place, so Sarah Bartholomew utilized Cullman and Kravis sheers for most extreme light. Proliferation Regency seats from John Rosselli Antiques work as both seating and workmanship.
Between the malachite-shaded headboard and Bungalow 5 seat, a San Francisco bedroom can't get enough green. The Roman shades in the Christopher Farr print Carnival keep the topic going.
Because this visitor room faces a bustling San Francisco road, designer Julie Kleiner picked window ornaments in Glant's Wool Sateen, trimmed in Schumacher's Anniston silk fabric, to make a comfortable case.
In this Florida pied-à-terre, designer Amanda Lindroth picked a green Norbar Fabrics material to play up the apple workmanship over the bed. The tall window hangings against Benjamin Moore's Salmon Peach dividers makes differentiation and influences the room to feel bigger.
"[My client] cherishes dressy, point by point shades, however to pull it off I knew I needed to discover unbiased cotton trim with no sparkle," designer Catherine Brown Paterson says of the window medications in a Long Island home bedroom. "A sheen would have sent these main bedroom draperies over the best." Curtains are Scalamandré's Chi'en Dragon, dividers are painted Benjamin Moore's Blue Bonnet, and all trim is from Passementerie, Inc.
Even however we frequently say stylistic layouts that match too well are a finishing don't, the Marvic Textile designer Jane Hawkins Hoke decided for the dividers and valances in this North Carolina room, called Peonies, are a super sweet pair.
Round and Round
A main bathroom's roundabout theme is reverberated by a Roman shade in Schumacher's Soleil L.A. Print, Ann Sacks' Beau Monde Glass Mosaics tile, and a round stool found on Etsy.
"Cobalt was a fun method to avoid the commonplace all-white kitchen," says Mark D. Sikes, who picked Farrow and Ball's Stiffkey Blue for the sprightly island in this California home and a China Seas texture for the Roman shade to supplement it.
New England Style
Living room draperies made of Carleton V's Elise reverberate the blue string running all through an all-American home in Rhode Island.
A picture hangs between windows curtained in Martyn Lawrence Bullard's Bodrum Stripe in a provincial estate.
A powder room's current citrus-yellow backdrop looks much fresher with the expansion of a window shade in a chartreuse silk, trimmed in Barbara Barry's Tang Tassel — both by Krave.
In a rural dining room, window housings painted in Fine Paints of Europe's 7495 and DeVenco shades identify with the hues in Patterson Flynn Martin's Royal Edition carpet, without coordinating them exactly.
In a twofold tallness living room, window ornaments in Osborne and Little's Serenissima hang in the inside, Schumacher's Kasari Ikat along the edges, and Malabar's Carom at the left.
The overscale paisley in Peter Dunham's Isfahan texture was motivated by a Persian material he found in Paris.
"In candlelight, the silk blinds have a sparkle that is emphatically brilliant, otherworldly, thus astonishing," says designer Catherine Brown Paterson of this formal dining room. Astonishing dining room blinds are an intense stroke against Clarence House's Flower Quince backdrop.
Lavender blinds and an organizing lampshade add delicate quality to the manly palette in a one-bedroom apartment.
"I'm a weakling for gingham draperies," says designer Jeffrey Bilhuber. Made of Chelsea Textiles' Large Check, they make a point of convergence in the main bedroom of a bright farmhouse.
The fire line cotton drape texture, Carleton V's Alexandria, plays up the verdant dividers in a brilliant San Francisco home.
Living room draperies in Sahco's Linora are trimmed in a custom texture to get the tints of the striped seats in a San Francisco home.
Oversize tiebacks accumulate the drapes in a Missouri main bedroom "like a pin on an Empire-midsection outfit," designer Kelee Katillac says. She drew the urn and had it embroidered.
A Palm Beach, Florida, living room has the environment of "a tropical cabana," says designer T. Keller Donovan. The valance in Brunschwig and Fils' Coral is decorated with Robert Allen's Scroll Braid.
In the main bedroom of a Florida home, window ornaments in Groves Bros.' Ceci cotton feel painterly. "You don't know whether they're blue or green," says designer Mara Miller.
Romantic Ballgown Curtains
Jane Austen-enlivened draperies and coordinating silk mix on the dividers — Vervain's Caserta Satin — give a Kansas City dining room its rose-quartz flush. The coordinating screens are canvassed in Isaac Mizrahi's Glow Stripe.
Velvet-trimmed Bergamo draperies make a Chicago townhouse's main bedroom feel to a great degree grand.
Curtain texture in a starfish-and-coral example by Zimmer + Rohde fits flawlessly in a Bermuda-style home.
Bows add a couture touch to living room window ornaments, and gold-leafed cast-press feathered creatures roost on poles.
Grandly curved windows in the 18-foot-high living room of a Manhattan maisonette are encircled by Holland and Sherry Glace draperies in Glacier. Christopher Maya designed the couch and had toss cushions produced using antique Fortuny Fabric.
In a Charlotte, North Carolina, house, designer Lindsey Coral Harper made a Roman shade in an indistinguishable texture from the kitchen couch, Thom Filicia's Prospect in Shadow for Kravet, to convey the ikat design over the room.
Zim Loy papered vinyl shades in the visitor room of her Kansas City, Missouri, house, in Pierre Frey's Espalier, and painted an overhang bed dark to flaunt its outline.
Linen window ornaments may be erratic with a marble-and-stone checkerboard floor and grass-fabric dividers, yet designer Ruthie Sommers knew they would add flair to her Los Angeles, California, house's entrance hall.
The motivation for the young ladies' room in a Colonial Revival house in Lattingtown, New York, was their green chest. The seat is canvassed in Scalamandré's Watermark. Drape texture, Sister Parish Design's Dolly; Elysée tuft periphery, Samuel and Sons. John Robshaw toss.
A Greek key outskirt, Clarence House Grand Galon Athenee, "crisps up the edges" of the blinds in a Houston, Texas, dining room, designed by Ann Wolf.
Curtains are made in Clarence House's Beekman Place in a Southampton, New York, visitor house, brightened by Ann Pyne. A Dora Frost painting over the post-present day Russian dresser in the "decorator" visitor room is fittingly titled Elsie de Wolfe.
In a Washington, D.C., town house, adorned by Hillary Thomas and Jeff Lincoln, the main bedroom window ornaments and