Custom treatments frame the bay window in this neutral, eclectic living room. A steel fireplace adds texture and masculinity to the space, while color is found in the addition of pillows and custom artwork.
The master bedroom has been transformed with new carpeting, fresh blue-ish gray paint and a custom-made wooden headboard made by Fixer Upper Host Joanna Gaines, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper. Linen window treatments, throw pillows and plush bed linens create a relaxing vibe in the room.
Dark walls, chrome lighting and multi-toned window treatments add a sleek dynamic to this contemporary home office. But the showstopper in this room has to be the handcrafted desk with its mix of wood finishes and modern angular shape.
The master bedroom in this stunning Atlanta flat features 10 ft. high ceilings, an elaborate chandelier, and custom made window treatments for the room's double windows. The design is warm and inviting, with enough space for a few comfy chairs perfect for reading.
Robin LaMonte designed this bedroom with striped window treatments and antique elements, including a sleigh bed frame and framed artwork. Mixing and matching furniture pieces adds interest to the bedroom. The custom silk window treatments were positioned behind the bed to hide the small window.
The custom railing, wood stair treads, beams, and stained beadboard ceiling treatments all collaborate in making this a successful updated brownstone. White walls add to the spacious feel of the design by keeping the room bright and airy. Neutral furniture in the sitting room blends beautifully with the floor and keeps a classic and timeless look to the design.
White marble countertops, a soft white gathered window treatment, and sleek white cabinets create a light, airy atmosphere in this transitional kitchen. The stainless steel built-in oven, island stove top and custom hood vent add a modern flair to the room while the cabinet pulls and window treatments lend a traditional feel.
Designer Robin LaMonte uses a large window and mirrored wall to fill this traditional dining room with plenty of natural light. The custom upholstered chairs complement the white marble dining table and the white sheer window treatments.
A designer found this heavily carved wood bed and created custom multi-layer window treatments. Wall paint, Benjamin Moore Wythe Blue, gives the room a regal feel and the custom-made trunk at the bottom of the bed was made to fit bed pillows for a tidy appearance.
Aqua-colored silk window treatments set the stage for this eclectic study. Two-tiered book tables, a tufted settee, custom-finished executive desk, floating shelves and original art establish a study with staying power.
Soft neutral tones with pops of color created a comfortable casual space in this contemporary great room. The designer used horizontal stripe linen fabric on the window treatments and used a basic rod pocket on treatment on the panels to keep the fabric from becoming too formal. Pillows from Layla Grace mixed with custom pillows in Schumacher fabrics complete the room.
Yellow paint is sure to make a space feel lively and welcoming. This breakfast nook features a mix of styles and patterns -- such as custom, flower-flecked window treatments and jolly striped chairs -- for a look that's at once formal and casual.
This soft blue bedroom features a custom upholstered headboard with nailhead trim. The window treatment behind the bed and dramatic wall art, highlighted by the table lamp, extend the appearance of the room's height. A textured contemporary nightstand topped with metallic accessories complete the look.
The layered look is definitely in style when it comes to window treatments. From drapery panels to shades, these items now come lined for a number of reasons. Layers help to keep warm air in during the winter and out during the summertime, and also help protect furniture and decor from fading. Aesthetically, lined window treatments offer a high-end look. "Layers provide energy-saving qualities and make the face fabric hang much nicer for a custom look," says Janet Barragan, senior vice president of window design at Curtainworks. Image courtesy of Curtainworks
Designer Linc Thelen designed the whole front of this house and reconfigured the center fireplace with a custom façade and hidden cabinetry for the dining area. The design uses simple, streamlined furnishings, including an acrylic coffee table and small splashes of color. Sheer window treatments keep the space light and bright.
The impressive backsplash combines the homeowner's love of pink and peonies. A climbing vine with vibrant pink peonies sits on a gray ombre background, which adds subtle drama that echoes the fabric of the window treatment. Bookmatched walnut cabinets feature clean lines, while a custom pink stove and island make a dramatic statement.
As seen on HGTV’s Property Brothers, the focal point of this bright yet cozy living room is a brick fireplace with a white faux finish. The wood-and-metal coffee table and acacia wood flooring balance the more feminine, floral window treatments. Jonathan and Drew had the rose-colored mirror (a family heirloom of the homeowners) custom framed for the mantel.
This luxurious yellow contemporary master bedroom is inspired by the 5-star hotels. The large space is balanced using an exaggerated headboard over the king-size bed. A gorgeous silk fabric on the custom floral pattern bedding and window treatments are the focal point of the room. The beautiful chandelier is the crown jewel of this master bedroom.