Bare windows can produce a cold, incomplete feel in a home. On the other hand, the right window treatments can provide beauty, warmth and a finished look. Whether an individual shops independently at a home improvement store or opts for custom products with the help of an interior designer, it is important to consider the different styles and materials available.
"Window treatments are the most creative and challenging part of interior design," says Eloise Kubli, an interior designer with Collective Construction & Design in Plantation. "They're also fairly permanent, so you want to make the right choices the first time."
Sunshades are one option for blocking or filtering light. Unlike blinds, they have no horizontal lines. "Sunshades are like sunglasses for windows," Kubli says. "They can be used for both contemporary and traditional decors,"
Made of vinyl mesh, sun shades can span large areas of glass. "So you don't have to couple them together," Kubli continues. "They used to be available only through designers, but now you can find them at home improvement stores." continued…
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