The look of your home should transform as seasons change, and window treatments are a good place to start. To pick the appropriate curtains for spring, Renewal by Andersen® of Denver offers sage advice:
Nothing says spring inside the home than windows dressed in bright-colored curtains. Go with nature-inspired hues to coordinate your interiors with the return of your backyard greenery.
Before you decide on your window treatment design, though, pay attention to the existing visual elements inside your house first. Your curtains don’t necessarily have to match the carpet and throw pillows, but they should all coexist in harmony through color, texture and pattern.
Dress Your Windows in Layers
Layering is a good strategy to lend versatility to your window treatments. You can combine curtains to emphasize height with shades to control natural light and increase privacy. There are countless ways to dress up your replacement windows with multiple treatments, but seek expert opinion to put the right design elements together.
Think About the View
If you don’t like the appearance of bare windows but hate blocking a wonderful view, cover wall areas punctuating glass panels instead. The use of drapery panels on the return walls of bay windows never gets old.
To attain a simpler but fashionable design, savvy window companies, including Renewal by Andersen of Denver, recommend valances. Covering only the top of the windows, these treatment solutions make the space seem more inviting.
Keep the Sun in Mind
Choose curtain fabrics on a room-by-room basis because each area gets different levels of sun exposure. To dampen the intensity of the sun without the blocking view, consider sheers.
But if you still use central heating to stay comfortable inside your house, stick to curtains made of a dark, heavy fabric for thermal insulation.
Turn to Renewal by Andersen of Denver to adorn your replacement windows with the suitable spring treatment options. Call us at (719) 419-5496 or (303) 823-4312 to schedule your consultation. We serve clients in Colorado Springs and Denver, CO.