Some Decorating Ideas

  • 1. Create the Illusion of Height

    “Try to hang curtain rods as close to the ceiling as possible. This draws the eye up and helps emphasize verticality. If the top of the window is a few feet from the ceiling, fabricate a roman shade the same width as the window, including any frame, and outside mount the shade a few inches under the curtain rod. This will give the illusion that the window is taller and allows the maximum amount of natural light into the space.”

    2. Consider Window Layout & Positioning

    “Stationary drapery panels are a smart option for window fronts impeded by heating and cooling units. They provide the completed look and feel of drapery without needing to open and close. For privacy, I suggest a separate shade or blind mounted neatly inside the window frame a few inches behind the panels.”

    3. Fabric Choice is Important

    “The fabric and lining are important for how the drapery reads. I prefer a heavy lining, especially for larger windows, to ensure the drapes maintain their shape and fall. Draperies define and soften a room and take the edges off. ”

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