Enhance a Room’s Design Style With Window Treatments
Designing window treatments is an important piece of the space as a whole, the jewelry of the room if you will. Whether you’re looking for form and functionality or just aesthetics, we’ve got you covered, literally. From concept to completion, the first sketch, presenting you with fabric and sample options, to the professional measure and installation, we are there every step of the way! We carry the top brands of hard and soft treatments, from custom to semi custom lines. We can coordinate a design that is cohesive with your current home decor or do a complete re-design. Give us a challenge, go ahead, we can take it.
Things to consider when deciding on Window Treatments
- Room Type
- Design Style of surrounding spaces
- Fabrics and materials to enhance style and functionality
- Hardware options and Operating Systems
- Competitive Pricing
- Measuring & Installation
- -Or- Call Cure Design Group, they will take care of it all for you!
In many rooms your window treatments are used for many different reasons. They are essential for reducing overheating spaces and blocking UV rays that can damage furnishings. Cuts down on glare-control or a room-darkening property. In the kitchen, stand up to humidity, heat and are easy to clean. Making the your stylish and beautiful that might need to allow a cooling breeze keeping privacy.
In the dining room you want window treatments that provide elegance, provide privacy and a soft illumination. Controlling the natural light without blocking it completely.
In a bathroom you are looking for an elegant look that withstands humidity, won’t crack, warp or mildew. Focus on privacy with control of natural light.
In a nursery/child’s room should have no loops or pull cords and wands accessible and out of a child’s reach. Controlling the rooms lighting to be able to ensure a dark room with room-darkening fabric.
Contact us today for your design consultation!
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