Window treatments are an excellent way to finish off the living room. No matter the décor style, bare windows are rarely the best treatment. Simple curtains are always an option, but different draperies also complement your décor style. Choose stylish window treatments to complete your living room’s décor.

Bamboo or Wooden Blinds

Bamboo and wooden blinds offer very similar profiles because they’re both made of natural materials. If your décor features a lot of earth tones, consider bamboo blinds or wooden blinds finished with a natural stain. Bamboo blinds offer a more rustic look, but they also pair well with exotic décor, such as a safari-inspired living room. Their narrow profile also make them ideal for sliding glass doors because they don’t impede its movement. While wooden blinds can complement any décor style, the natural-finish option can dress up casual décor or offer a neutral profile in a nature-inspired room.

Roman Shades

Roman shades are an easy way to introduce color and pattern into your living room because they come in such a wide variety of both. You can use the shades as a basis for your room’s color palette or let them serve as a complement to an existing one.

Many living rooms feature banks of windows. If this is true in your home, consider going the opposite direction and choosing Roman shades in white or another neutral color. As Better Homes and Gardens points out, such shades are unobtrusive when in use and downright invisible when rolled up.

Plantation Blinds

Plantation blinds are an upscale method for controlling the light. They affix to your window frames directly. Plantation blinds can be customized to fit your window, or they come in specific dimensions. Like standard wooden blinds, they come in natural finishes as well as painted varieties. White plantation blinds are a chic addition to your living room, and they complement any décor style.

Layered Treatment

Living rooms are often more formal spaces, so layering your window treatments may make more sense. Any of the above blinds and shades can serve as the foundation of the layered treatment as light control. From there, you can add curtain panels, toppers and accessories to complete the look.

For example, start with a foundation of casual bamboo blinds. Keep within your naturalistic color palette, but choose a brighter color, such as robin’s egg blue, for full-length drapes. Complete the look with pretty tie-backs. Alternatively, let classic white plantation blinds cover the bottom half of the window while you accent the top with café curtains or a colorful swag.

Complete your room’s décor with window treatments that both control light and offer stylish accenting. For more information, contact a company like Spotless Shade & Blind CO.