4 ways to dress your windows!

So what do you dress your windows with in your home ? Do you go for the traditional curtains? Do you buy them readymade or go the extra mile and have them made?  

I think the options for curtains now a days a extremely limited and basic! Not much imagination. I've found these lovely dip dye curtains which if your creative or brave enough can be done at home. In which ever colour you prefer. 

 photo taken from Pinterest  

photo taken from Pinterest  

Or would you go for a sleek minimal look, but keeping a cosy feel. Using Roman blinds, all depends on if your not too over looked. This window dressing looks great from the inside and out. I have chosen these for a clients dress room, bedrooms and lounge window (curtains for the lounge patio doors). Blinds 2 go have a supurb bespoke service. Choose your fabric do the measurements and they get delivered to you door.

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Photo taken from  http://www.blinds-2go.co.uk

3rd Wooden slatted blinds, this is a cheaper option but still giving the desired effect from the outside especially when you buy the blinds that have the white tape running down. 

These blinds look great in white for a bright clean feel, you can always add soft curtains to the surround to soften the area.  

 

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photo from http://www.blinds-2go.co.uk/wood_blinds.htm

4 th would be the traditional shutters.  

This is an expensive option but looks great. You can have a full window or like I would prefer, from the sill up to half way which is known as the cafe look. This way you let in loads of light but still have the privacy that you may need. Unless of course you have a Streep lamp directly outside which would then mean you probably would prefer the full window covered. 

 

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