With so many different types of window treatments available — from classic wood blinds to modern woven wood shades — it’s common for these hard window treatments to stand alone. Many of our customers here in the Lake Ozark area like to add a little softness and depth to their blinds or shades with custom drapery. With a seemingly infinite number of fabric and pattern options, draperies and top treatments allow you to add a very unique decorating style to your windows. At Windows & More, we offer custom drapery services as well as the complete Hunter Douglas line.
Here are some ways to combine draperies and top treatments with various Hunter Douglas window treatments.
Draperies with Provenance® Woven Wood Shades
Made from natural woods, reeds, bamboo and grasses, Woven wood shades allow light to softly filter into the room. The natural look of woven wood shades provides casual ambiance that goes with any decor.
- Add draperies to the sides of woven wood shades that you can close when the sun is intense or you want full privacy.
- Select neutral colors and patterns to complement the natural beauty of woven wood shades.
- Add a valance above your woven wood shades to highlight the color scheme in your room.
Draperies with Parkland® Wood Blinds
Wood blinds are popular for their natural beauty. With adjustable louvers, wood blinds can be tilted to allow as much light as you would like in the room. Their somewhat heavy appearance, though, can come off looking stark.
- Add a fabric top treatment to soften the look of your windows and accent the natural wood blinds.
- Add a wood cornice to blend your wood blinds with any home décor.
- Add drapery panels in any color, style, texture or pattern to highlight your wood blinds.
Draperies with Duette® Honeycomb Shades
As the most energy efficient window treatment on the market, Duette honeycomb shades provide a clean appearance in your window.
- Add a fabric cornice, valance or top treatment will cover the headrail and provide a more finished look.
- Add draperies or drapery panels to honeycomb shades mounted inside the window frame to stop light coming in from the sides of the shade.
- Add draperies or drapery panels to honeycomb shades mounted on the outside of your window to cover the hard sidelines of the shade and create a more refined appearance.
Combining hard window treatments with a fabric element of drapery, drapery panels, valances, or top treatments allows you to create a unique look and feel in your room. Window treatment combinations can work with any design style, from country or contemporary to traditional or eclectic.
Drapery and Window Treatment Combinations in Lake Ozark
Windows & More proudly serves Lake Ozark, Osage Beach & Camden, Miller & Morgan counties, with a showroom in Osage Beach. Contact us for a window treatment consultation!