Window Watch

Allyson Mattingly

 

While window treatments provide privacy from both your neighbors and the radiant sun, they also add texture, style, and personality to any room. If you’re stuck on what’s hot and what’s not for 2022 window treatments, let us help. Brighten it up with natural hues, or add dramatic fl are with bold tones. There’s a lot to consider when it comes to curtains and blinds, so check out some of the trendiest ways to dress your windows this year. 

 

Minimalism...

For a minimalistic, clean look on your windows, traditional dressings such as Roman shades are popular. Roman and solar shades are available in a variety of transparencies, colors, and materials, making them great options for a minimalist household. Allow in soft natural light while maintaining your privacy with classic roman shades, adding texture with burlap-looking fabrics or white linen.

Take it Outside...

Feel at one with nature by dressing your windows with earthly color pallets and naturistic textures. It’s easy to create a calming ambiance with roller shades, which come in a wide range of style and color options. Woven materials and wooden finishes offer a delicate, upscale look while bringing the outside in.

Grandmillenial...

Grandma’s decor isn’t going anywhere, so bring out your pleated drapes. Go traditionalwith layered window treatments and classic pleats, especially with weighty fabrics such as brocade and velvet. This can help add texture to simplistic decor while keeping your home well-insulated. Choose deep, saturated colors for drama or lighter colors for a neutral vibe.

Smart Shades...

Smart shades and blinds are perfect for privacy and saving energy in your home. Plus, it’s nice to not have to get up from your cozy spot on the couch when you notice a glare on the tv screen! Many smart options offer voice assistants like Alexa, smart remotes, or apps that make it easy to control the shades. Smart shades are easy to install, come in a wide range of price options, and also come in a variety of colors and fabrics, including black out options.