2019 Window Treatment Trends
Window treatments, such as drapes, curtains, and blinds, have stood the test of time, but through the years, styles, patterns and trends have changed and evolved. If you want to add some pizzazz to a room, window treatments are a great way to do this without breaking the bank. Furthermore, covering windows saves energy on heating and cooling. If you’re ready to make a change, take a look at window treatment trends for 2019.
1). Contrast curtains: Contrasting tones are popular throughout modern homes, including window treatments. There are many contrasting color-blocked curtains on today’s market. If you’ve never seen this style, the curtains have one color for the top 2/3 and a different color for the bottom 1/3.
2). Eclectic designs: Traditionally, homeowners use fabric or wallpaper to offer boldness to a room. These days, you can maximize your budget by using window treatments instead. Vibrant window treatments will add splashes of color and patterns to any room.
3). Black window frames: Sometimes we don’t think of window frames as being a type of window treatment, but they are. On a gray or white wall, add some style with black window frames.
4). Floor-to-celling coverage: Make a grand statement by using the floor to ceiling draperies or curtains. This type of window treatment offers a glamorously unique look. Not only are they lovely, but they also help small rooms or spaces look larger.
5). Panel track blinds: These types of blinds add a contemporary look while adequately blocking light from a room. They are especially great for large windows or sliding glass doors.
6). Sheer shades: With sheer shades, you have privacy without sacrificing the natural light. These are perfect for rooms where you want to keep peeping eyes out but gorgeous sunlight in.
7). White or wood shutters: Shutters are a time-tested window treatment and look nice on any type of abode, from a country cottage to a city brownstone. White and wood shutters are all the rage right now. You really can’t go wrong with shutters. They last a lifetime and never go out of style.
8): Double curtains: Consider sheer curtains paired with a thicker curtain. The contrast creates a luxurious look and offers options regarding how much light you would like to block.
9). Panels: Not everyone loves shutters, drapes, or blinds. If you’re hoping for something completely different, perhaps panels are the right choice. Panels give a room an ultra-modern look while shielding the space from bright outside light.
10). Classic checks: We’re accustomed to seeing black and white checkered patterns on floors and backsplashes but not as much with window treatments. This nostalgic pattern offers warmth and style to any room.
11). Bamboo blinds: Bamboo isn’t for everyone, but for those of you who like this material, consider including bamboo blinds in your home’s décor. Bamboo blinds look especially lovely in a beach house or neutral room where the color scheme centers on earth tones.
12). Luxury materials: Whether silk, velvet or linen, luxury material is a popular choice for drapes. While they each have individual perks, they are all beautiful.
With so many options on the market, there’s no excuse to eliminate window treatments from your design plan. If you’re overwhelmed with the multitude of choices, allow our team to consult you through the process. Call Made4Shades today. We’re ready to find the perfect window treatments for your home.