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Window undressing: Uncovering a new trend

May 26, 2016

Happy woman at home looking through the window and opening the curtains
Eyes are the windows to the soul. The windows in your home are those eyes. You gain a view of the world outside, and vice versa–which is why people opt for window treatments.
But do your beautiful windows need cover-ups? Window treatments should provide privacy and enhance the look of your interior. But if you’re not excited about adding that accent to your windows, you might like the new trend of letting windows go naked–or almost. Minimalist window treatments are letting the sun shine in.
One of the hottest trends in window treatments focuses on decorating the glass, not the trim. Window film can provide the privacy you want while still enjoying the look of your beautiful windows. These films are available as static clings and adhesive, for easy application–which means you can take them off when you want a change. You can choose a film that filters UV rays, which protects your interior furnishings from fading. One-way privacy window film lets you enjoy the view from the inside without allowing anyone to peek from the outside. Decorative window film lets you apply a pattern or texture to your windows, adding visual appeal.
Shades add window dressing without curtains. Roman shades have regained their popularity. They’re easy to install and use, and you can choose the fabric to fit your style.
Bamboo is a great choice for its natural look and the eco-friendly material. With a window treatment trend favoring more wood than metallic hardware now, bamboo shades are a perfect match.
Working with Marvin Windows, we’re inspired to see such a broad array of unique window styles. Some of them deserve to be uncovered! If you’re thinking about window replacement, please talk to us at Johnson County Siding & Windows. We serve the Kansas City area with expert knowledge and an extensive array of choices. Visit our showroom and peek in our windows.

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