For Orlando homeowners, one window treatment may not be the way on some windows. There could be any reasons for you, whether you desire a look, improve the privacy and light control, combining window treatments has been common.
Gator Blinds Florida experts recommend combining curtains and blinds. This guide will help you find a perfect blend of curtains and blinds.
Start with Blinds
Roller shades, roman shades, venetian blinds, and cellular shades don’t interfere with the drapery as they fold up or down. Walls with cream or beige colors, you can choose a contrasting window shade and match with curtains.
Print on Print – A design disaster
For walls that already have print or patterns; plain or solid colors will give a much better look. A patterned blind with patterned curtain, won’t mix well. Choose pattern for curtain and keep the subtle panes for blinds. When raised, you can’t enjoy the pattern the way you will do in drapery.
Try different looks for different rooms
Every room has a different purpose, why stick with the same window treatment arrangement for every room. Try using valances and cornices to add more style.
Play with texture and color
Sheer fabrics for your curtains and a thick fabric roman shades are a great combination. Wood blinds look great with jute fabric or linen.
If you’ve any doubts, schedule a free in-home consultation and get some design tips and tricks from our experts.