If you’ve got bare or poorly treated windows, you have probably noticed that it does little good for your overall décor and style in your home. Window treatments, whether pleated, puddled, or plain, add softness to the hard edges of a room. They can also cover flaws or enhance décor. They liven up a home in a way you might not have dreamed. But even better, they can help control harsh sunlight and protect from UV rays. If you’re considering getting new window fashions for your home, speak with a representative at Perfect Fit Window Fashions serving Estero today.
Various Types of Treatments
Your first order of business is choosing the type of treatment you want in your room, keeping in mind these three things: fabric, texture, and pattern. Below are some common options:
- Sheer Shades. This type of window treatment includes soft vertical vanes suspended by sheer fabric that makes them seem to float in the window. This type of treatment is formal and soft and works well with contemporary décor. If you are considering this type of product, check out Silhouette® window shadings or — Pirouette® window shadings. Or for a very cost-effective solution, consider Nantucket™ window shades.
- Soft Roman Shades. If you are looking for something luxurious but without yards of flowing fabric, a Roman shade would be a perfect choice. When closed, the shade is a flat fabric panel. When raised, the cascading horizontal folds have a clean, tidy look. Though the shade is often used alone, it can be the practical layer combined with side panels or a valance. Check out Vignette® Modern Roman Shades or the Design Studio™ –
- Roman Shades by Hunter Douglas. These Roman shades are both child- and pet-safe and offer a large selection of fabrics and designs.
- Shutters. Plantation shutters are clean, long-lasting window treatments that let in a lot of light when opened and provide “lights-out” darkness when closed. Shutters are easy to clean and are available in a number of paints and stains, so they can work in any décor. Check out Heritance® hardwood shutters, NewStyle® hybrid shutters, and Palm Beach™ Polysatin™ shutters.
- Other Hard Window Treatments. Wood and faux wood blinds will immediately enhance the beauty and overall appearance of any room in your home by complementing a wide variety of home décor and furnishings. Check out Hunter Douglas Parkland® wood blinds, which offer natural wood grains and textures.
Finding Great Window Treatments in Estero
Visit our showroom in Estero, FL, serving the areas of Estero, Bonita Springs, Naples and Ft. Myers. Contact us today for a design consultation – we’re looking forward to serving you!