Window treatments for your bedroom

Yesterday we pointed out the top window fashions trends for you living room, and today we'll show you how to give your bedroom windows a pop of pizzazz. Check out some of the best tips:

  • Double material: Why use one fabric when you can use two? "Decorating your space with dual-material draperies adds interest to a neutral space," reports "A bold, velvet material on the bottom of the drapes anchors the space." If you'd like to try this trend, purchasing custom window drapery is the way to go.
  • Floor-to-ceiling: As we mentioned yesterday, long curtains create elegance and class. Not only are lengthy draperies appropriate in the living room, they also look great in a bedroom. Turn your bedroom into a sleeping oasis fit for a king or queen with dramatic draperies.
  • Roman shades: Roman shades look great in all rooms of the house. Although these shades are traditional, homeowners are putting a modern twist on the classic style. To reinvent an old favorite, opt to use brightly colored Roman shades or even try patterns.
  • Winter white: White drapery opens up a room and creates a soothing vibe. Additionally, this neutral hue won't clash with any of your other bedroom decor. You can either opt to use thick fabrics, or go for sheer curtains for a light and airy vibe.

If you want to style your bedroom with custom curtains and draperies, look no further than Ruffell & Brown Window Fashions. An at-home appointment will help you select the perfect color and style window fashions for any room in your house!