To create a tailored look in a simple, monochromatic kitchen, designer Teri Thomas chose a valance and Roman shade in the same fabric. She used a custom-printed fabric from Galbraith and Paul for both the shade and its box-pleated topper, says contractor Duane Johns of Advanced Renovations.
The playroom is designed for both kids and adults. A small table and chairs, train table, a soft area rug and low bookcase is kid friendly, while an elegant chandelier, comfortable sectional and pretty decor, like the printed window treatments, gives the space a grown-up feel.
The coastal breakfast nook is framed by windows topped with pink block print window treatments. Charming banquette seating is paired with a rustic table and chairs, and an airy white drum pendant is an eye-catching focal point. The finished result is an inviting, clean and colorful nook.
A bright white base allows pops of color to bring this space to life. Multicolored fish swim the walls of this aquatic-themed girls' bedroom. A lime-green area rug and turquoise-blue dresser add bold color to the white wainscoting. Pulled from color in the fish-print wallpaper, an aqua border around the white Roman shades allows the window treatment to stand out from the colorful patterned walls.
The cozy corner of the laundry room of the HGTV Smart Home 2013, in bright green and white, features three black and white prints next to the interior door, a contemporary window treatment, and green upholstered bench. A touch of blue in the window treatment and the stool complement the color scheme.
This home office from Shelly Riehl contrasts traditional furnishings and window treatments with whimsical elements, including fish wall sculptures, a red, black, and gray rug, and animal-print fabric-covered chairs.