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DEMAREST, NJ LAYERING WINDOW TREATMENTS: Pairing curtains, blinds
The staionary curtain is layered with Roller Shade. Stationary panels create pleasing visual illusions in the media room. The fabrics for the curtain, Pilllows are cordinated. The fabric of the curtain wool like which create cozy feeling in a media room. The pillow made of French linen that cut and saw like patch-work.
Entry Foyer window with Box-pleated valance.
BLACK OUT Window Treatment for Bedroom / LAYERING WINDOW TREATMENTS: Pairing curtains, blinds Motorized curtain made of the acquistic fabric is layered with Hunter Douglas Roller Shade in the master bedroom. Roller Shade has two cells and Roomdarkening fabric. Motorized panels create pleasing visual illusions and helps reduce the noise in the master room.
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THE MEDIA ROOM, NJ LAYERING WINDOW TREATMENTS: Pairing Roller Shade with Blockout System with Decorative Roman Shade.
.BLOCKOUT SYSTES is for Roller Shades minimizes light gaps for bedrooms, media rooms, home offices or where room darkening is desired.
Bedroom Window Treatment
Stationary Roman Shade makes the room to look young and fancy during the day. The motorized shade(Hunter Douglas Applase) is closed during the night for room-darkening and the night day privacy.
Having the blinds and the curtains also in a house makes home like home instead of having the blinds only.
Staionary curtain was installed in the living room and a vertical blind (Hunter Douglas Skyline Gliding) was installed in the kitchen. The curtain in living gives a cozy atmosphere, the vertical blind in the kitchen gives a clean and morden look. They look great in an open space.
The fabric and material trends in the window treatment in 2020 are following a common theme: a shift toward embracing natural materials and their unique imperfections.
Naturally Inspired Fabrics: In 2019, imperfect is the new perfect. Consumers are turning to materials found in nature, both for their eco-friendly benefits as well as their unique textures and raw beauty. Think vegetal yarns, undyed cotton, wool, marble, jacquard weaves, slub yarns, and bamboo.
High-Performance Materials: While natural fibers are trending in a big way, consumers are also wanting high-performance materials. Hybrid materials offer the best of both worlds-appealing textures and designs along with synthetic man-made fibers that offer superior durability.
The Playfulness of Maximalism: The idea that “more is more” lets consumers tap into their creativity. Try combining unexpected patterns, colors, and textures to create something a little eccentric. Or, you could start with a chinoiserie-inspired floral fabric and build around that. Experiment with bold colors.