Window treatment ideas for living room – window treatment ideas for the show include many options such as a custom valence to add depth and texture to your window. There are designs that offer a combination of classic drapes and curtains for a more formal touch or contemporary cellular shades and curtains for window treatments that can help you save money and energy.
Create a cornice board to cover the width of your living room window and hang curtains in for treatment of typical window. You can make your own cornice board from wooden panels and decorate the edge with a jigsaw. Build the ledge as if you’re building a box; the face and upper part are equal and connected to an angle of 90 degrees with two chambers of the side panel. Scallops or scroll the bottom edge of the panel front facing with a jigsaw for added design. Hang the rod under the cornice with curtains simple and straight lines that can open and close light when you need privacy.
Hang curtains if you have a formal living room. You will need two curtain rods, one behind the other or double curtain rod. Hang the curtains first, behind the curtains because they will be stationary. Select draperies coordinate with the colors in your living room and your curtains to coordinate with draperies. Sheers are attractive, but they provide minimal privacy, so make sure you have enough space between the rods to open and close the curtains as needed.