Curtain Passion!

{Castaway to Couture}

 If there is one thing that I think should NOT be left out of a kid's room, its a window treatment. It adds a huge design element to the room as well as warming up the space. I consider it a design crime to leave them out unless absolutely necessary! There are many ways to create a window treatment under any budget. Here are some fun ideas for you to splurge or save on!!

{itsy bits and pieces}
Buy a relatively plain curtain and add a fantastic tieback. Purchase a flower and attach to ribbon. OR make your own by bundling fabric together.

Buy or have made a simple white flat roman shade and add a pop of color. Attach a ribbon or colored fabric band around the edge of the shade. Modern simplicity elevated!


This style is a go to for me. When my client is on a budget and wants functional curtains, I suggest buying plain ready-made panels and having us add a fun banding fabric down the sides and around the hem. You can apply the bottom hem fabric in all different sizes ranging from a 2" band to 22".


Splurge! I love a shaped cornice board with curtain panels hanging down. You can make the curtain panels so they are just standing panels which means they don't open and close but still provide a decorative accent. Add a tassle or bobble trim down the hem for a decorative accent.

{Elements of Style}

 Another splurge!! Have a decorative valance made that frames your window. So many fun styles and fabrics can be used. If you have a busier rug or wall pattern its a nice way to add another texture without overwhelming the space with a whole curtain panel of fabric.

Its time for you to finish your space off with a fun window treatment and as always we are here at the Bungalow to help!

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