To created this urban chic panel, designer Rick Thompson from DrapeStyle was using the oversized grommets and topped off with chocolate brown silk banding. The lighter metallic mesh fabric provides privacy, yet still allows light into the room. Oversized grommets work well in a smaller space with fewer windows and in contemporary settings, if you want the hardware revealed.
Designer Kati Curtis favors a combination of simple sheer and opaque draperies in her Manhattan bedroom designs. The sheer fabric stays open during the day to allow light in. At night, the opaque panels help buffer sound and keep light out for a good night’s sleep. For a sleek touch, hardware is hidden in the window pocket.
California-based designer Lada Webster loves to use layers to soften the look and add dimension to a bedroom window. She suggests adding a pattern to one of the layers to create a whimsical look or touch of character. Then it becomes a focal point in your private space.
Do you want to make a small room feel larger or open up a room with tall, skinny windows, try to Choose a traverse or gathered rod and cover the entire wall by hanging pleated window treatments from floor to ceiling. Chicago-based designer Mary Susan Bicicchi was creates a coccon-like feel with black-and-white patterned drapes in her own bedroom.
There are many reason to have a perfect window treatments for the bedroom, whether it is to creating romantic ambiance, blinds to control sunlight or to protect your privacy. Here I share some smart ideas of Window Treatments that I reviews especially for you to Creating the Stylish Bedroom, check it out…
Designer Sharon McCormick was pampers the bedroom in silk drapery panels, choosing a restful, sea glass color to creates a luxurious and romantic ambiance in the boudoir. Adding pleats, tassels, crystals, beads or buttons for a custom touch. Included underneath is a remote-controlled window shade for privacy.