Sometimes, the Home Owners don’t necessarily have the time or the design skills to make their own kitchens Window pretty, so they’re looking for some windows treatment to get inspiration. There are some Kitchen Window Treatments Tips and Trick to creating the beautiful Kitchen window that is suitable with your personality.
CONSIDER SOME CURVES : There are typically lots of straight lines in the kitchen, the cabinets, the appliances, the counters, everything is straight or square,”. It’s a good idea to add a window treatment with soft curves to open the space up, especially in a small kitchen.
PICK CURRENT COLORS: If you’re using fabric, make sure it’s in a contemporary tone. “The terra cotta shades, with persimmons, peaches and oranges are very ‘in’ mixed with greens, blacks and golds,”. You can also mix cotton fabric prints, either within a treatment or coordinating a print in the valance or cornice with another print on the cushion tie seats or place mats. If your kitchen is particularly tiny, then light, cool colors can make it look larger and brighter, while dark, warm colors can make an oversized kitchen more inviting.
TRY SOME TEXTURE: Another hot trend to get buyers enthusiastic about your kitchen is Roman shades made of rattan, bamboo or other natural fibers. They add visual interest with their texture, but still roll up smoothly like the Roman shades of old.
SOFTEN DIRECT LIGHT: Too much direct sunlight is also an issue in kitchens, since it makes it hot and unpleasant to work in. Simple wood blinds or woven wood shades, like the Provenance sold by Hunter Douglas, will filter the light without looking too heavy.
LIGHTEN UP : Not enough natural light in the kitchen is a deterrent to buyers, Pleated shades offer a privacy treatment and still allow plenty of light. Just one example of an attractive pleated shade is the Smith + Noble version, available in tones ranging from Whitecap to Lilac, in subtle stripes and a tropical-looking pattern. It even comes in versions suitable for skylights or arched windows.
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