We are DFW’s window experts. We can talk about windows all day every day but today we’re going to take a little sidetrack and talk about window treatments.
Window treatments are great for the additional style, privacy, and energy efficiency. When it comes to choosing treatments there are limitless options, check some of them out below.
Plantation shutters are a great choice for a timeless look. A good set of plantation shutters are sized to fit your windows so there are no gaps around the outside. You can open and close slats to your comfort like you can with drapery. Want more light? No problem, open the slats. Want to cool down the house? Easy, close the slats.
O’Hair Shutters from Universal Window Coverings in Dallas, Texas (above)
Wood shutters from Budget Blinds in North Arlington, Texas (above)
Arched wood window shutters from Trinity Uptown in Fort Worth, Texas (above)
Roman shades are a fabric that hangs flat when down and folds horizontally into pleats when raised.
Roman shades from Budget Blinds in North Arlington, Texas (above)
Roman shades from JDX Curtains and Shades in Dallas, Texas (above)
Roller shades are similar to roman shades in that they hang flat when down but they roll up smooth instead of into pleats.
Roller shades from Budget Blinds in North Arlington, Texas (above)
Roller shades for the nursery from Budget Blinds in North Arlington, Texas (above)
Cellular shades are especially great for energy efficiency and insulation. These shades are made of soft paper- or cloth-like material and shaped into honeycomb cells that hold trapped air between the window surface and the room.
Example of cellular blinds shape
Cellular blinds from Blinds Galore
Cellular blinds from Stoneside
Or in other words, curtains; curtains are an easy and classic solution for window treatments. What can really make a difference in curtains are placement, fabric, and rod. Check out some of these great treatments below.
Drapery from Stoneside Arlington (above)
Drapery from Trinity Uptown (above)
Bedroom curtains from JDX Blinds and Curtains (above)
Looking for somewhere to buy some window treatments? Try some of these shops:
JDX Blinds and Curtains
Universal Window Coverings