From glamorous velvet draperies to efficient solar shades, there are window treatment options to fit your desired style. Whether you’re going for a rustic, mountain-inspired look that keeps the warmth in, or prefer a coastal, airy feel for your cottage near the beach, our roundup of the most popular types of window treatments has you covered.
- Cellular Shades- These shades are very versatile and offer lots of benefits from room darkening to insulation. They come in lots of colors and opacities. They can also layer with other window treatments very nicely.
- Roller shades- Roller shades have come a long way from grandma’s old vinyl shades that never worked. They now come in different patterns and textures. They have different lifting options for each operation and they stack small when you want to hide them away.
- Natural shades- The variety of textures and tones that natural shades offer is a major lure for homeowners, catering to those with casual, eclectic, refined, or colorful styles.
- Drapes- Drapes are back in a big way, but they have been completely reinvented. While form may be rather minimalistic, homeowners are playing things up with patterns and even color-blocking.
- Wood and Fau woodblinds- Wood window treatments are a great way to complement a rustic farmhouse or mid-century modern look. On a budget? Faux wood is a solid alternative.
- Shutters- Can’t go wrong with this classic. While often spotted in coastal and colonial-style homes, they’re also quite popular down south. They have a nice clean look to them.
- Roman Shades- No matter the look you are trying to achieve, roman shades are a versatile option that work with a range of home decor styles. They come in lots of different fabrics, as well as different styles from modern to a more traditional roman shade.