Window Treatment Ideas For Bay Windows

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Window Treatment Ideas For Bay Windows

Bay windows are an interesting anomaly because it is not a full window in the traditional context. A lot more thinking has to go into choosing the right window solutions and options for bay windows than for normal windows.

 

You can dress the inside of the window, the outside of the window, or both. Some people dress bay windows as a normal window and frame out the outside of the window with window panels. If you are not concerned about privacy, then you can focus on dressing the outside of the window. If you want to dress the inside of your bay window for privacy, then you can use a soft shade or a hard shade, such as a regular blind that you would normally use or blinds that can be raised up and lowered. This will give you the privacy that you need, whereas the outside of a bay window can be dressed with panels or other decorative elements to give you a double-layered effect.

 

Remember that with a bay window, you can also use decorative items such as throw cushions if you have a seating space. These cushions may have to be custom-made based on the size of your window, but it adds that little extra to make your bay window a feature within your home.

 

Many homeowners opt for California hardwood plantation shutters, which are the finest in the world. California hardwood plantation shutters are wide-louvered interior shutters that offer superior light control and increased viewing opportunities. When opting for this window solution from California Designs, Inc., you can expect our qualified carpenters, with over 15 years of experience, to handle the fitment/installation for you.

We also carry a full line of blinds and shades to suit any interior design. Our range is extensive and caters to all styles, from beautiful and functional Hunter Douglas products to the new woven “island shades”, which are made from natural materials such as bamboo, grass, and straw. Contact our design team in Palm Beach Gardens for more information today.

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