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Window Treatments

Written by Karen Bialkowski

A window treatment is an interior decorating element placed on, in, around, or over a window. The goal of professional window treatment is to install the elements which enhance the aesthetics of the window and the room.
Color block – This design allows for the use of various colors or textures to be combined for a personalized look.
Parisian top pleat – This pleat is a more transitional look for traditional panels, giving a more up-to-date appearance.
Decorative tapes – A contrast tape adds a pop of design while trimming the edge.
Lead edge using Pillow fabric –  Creative use of a pillow fabric is used to trim a lead edge of window treatments.
Decorative and unusual tie backs  – From rhinestones to leather, tie backs are taking on a new twist.
Decorative sheers – Patterned sheers will filter sunshine through eye-catching designs and alternative colors.
Pantone color of the year – Rose quartz will be popping up this year in window treatments and fabrics.

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