In the interior design world, window treatments are broken down into two categories: hard and soft treatments. Hard window treatments include blinds, shutters, shades, and cornices. Soft window treatments include Roman shades, draperies, sheers, and valances. Hard and soft window treatments can be used individually, or they can be combined to create a layered look with more functionality. Here are the top reasons to layer window treatments:
There’s nothing quite as relaxing as sitting on the back patio, sipping a glass of wine, and enjoying the views… that is until the bugs start biting, the sun gets in your eyes, and the heat becomes overwhelming. There is actually a simple solution to combat these problems so you can fully enjoy your patio. That solution is exterior roller shades.
Anyone who has purchased treatments before knows that there are many factors to consider and a lot of opportunities to get things wrong. If you aren’t well-versed in the world of window coverings, it’s easy to be led astray. Read on so you don’t fall victim to one of these myths!
Modern farmhouse design has taken the country by storm and for good reason. It’s a winning combination of the best trends from the previous several years: rustic, industrial, and modern. When choosing window treatments for this style, it’s all about minimalism with functionality.
The designers at Drapery Street are not just salespeople looking to sell you a product. They are window treatment experts with design knowledge and experience that will walk with you through every step of the process — from choosing fabrics and products to measuring and installation. Here’s what our designers want you to know…