Can't decide what dressing is the best for your bay windows? Browse these pictures and find bay window treatment ideas that fit your needs and living style.
Want to dress your bay window with stylish yet affordable curtains? - Take a look at this collection of luxury drapes that will add class and elegance to any bay window.
Sometimes the best bay window treatment is to leave it without any treatment. When the privacy and light blockage is not your primary goal there is no reason to hide your beautiful bay window under heavy window dressing. Why not to create an airy atmosphere instead?
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Located between master bedroom and bathroom this bay window is beautiful enough without any window treatment. With white window frames and sitting bench it looks so attractive and inviting!
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If you feel that your gorgeous bay window looks bare without dressing, you can add window valance, which will embellish the window, but at the same time wont hide an outside view.
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Another option to decorate bay window is to put an elegant scarf above. Looks very stylish even with plain mini-blinds.
Do you prefer draperies? Dress your bay window with them if you like this kind of window treatment. Just decide about their style, color, length and the type of curtain rods you need. If there is enough space between windows you can choose separate curtain rod for each one. Otherwise, install bay window curtain rods.
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Striped panels create a feeling of comfort in this bay window area and their color contrasts well with rooms walls. The draperies go from ceiling to floor it makes a visual effect of high window.
Draperies are not only a practical choice for this bay window. They add decorative accent to the entire room. Note how smart the place for curtain rods was chosen. The windows in this room are quite short and the ceiling is high. Therefore, the best place to hang draperies was right in the middle of an extra space above windows. This trick improves two things it visually makes windows look higher and lessens this extra space above them.
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This unique bay window treatment is not just stained glass decor. Its central panel is also a sundial. Wonderful idea, great designer job!
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