Window treatments give you the opportunity to adorn your kitchen with patterns and colors. Consider the following tips when dressing your kitchen windows.
- Painted Linen Curtains
Use your painting skills to add a vintage feeling to white linen curtains.
- Window Shades
Window shades can be lowered and raised from the top or bottom. They are sleek and simple, enabling you to control your view or incoming sunlight.
- Repurposed Bed Sheets
Using basic sewing skills and an iron, you can turn unwanted bed sheets into elegant kitchen curtains.
- Roman Shades
Roman shades are a pulley mechanism covered in fabric. They fold up to let in light and down to offer privacy. They can be placed within or outside a window frame. Flat folding Roman shades present clean lines while swag or balloon Roman shades present curved lines.
Lengths of decorative drapery that can be installed above a window and positioned outside a window frame. Additional blind options can be installed underneath for privacy. Valances can be pleated, swag, ruffled, scalloped, etc.
- Fabric Window Panels
Long curtains offer a kitchen height and softness. Fabric window panels can have patterns or be solid colors and casual or formal.
- Gold Chain Curtain Tieback
To add sparkle and visual appeal to your kitchen, you can use a gold chain curtain tieback.
- Sheer Curtains
Sheer curtains are a wispy and casual option. They are semi opaque drapes that offer the appearance of window panels and privacy, but still allow sunlight to enter.
Unfolding or plantation shutters can be customized to fit a window. Shutters can be layered beneath panels or used alone.
- Wood Blinds
Wood blinds provide privacy and light control. Their sleek design offers a modern appeal.