Simple Strategies For Improving The Look Of Your Windows

There are several different elements that have the potential of changing the look of a room or the home in general. The windows, for example, offer a variety of possibilities. Depending on their design and look as well as the treatments that complement them, the windows can adopt a wide range of looks.

Paint the frames.

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Paint the window frames in order to create a contrast with the exterior of the house or with the walls. For the change to indeed have an effect on the overall décor, the new color should be significantly different from the old one.

Add window box planters.

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Another strategy for improving the look of the windows is to hang planters. They improve the overall look of the facade and also have e beneficial effect on the interior décor as well.

DIY curtains.

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Add curtains to change the ambiance in a room. You can design and make the curtains yourself from scrap materials or simply to make sure they match the design you envisioned perfectly. Pick a pattern and a color that help set the mood you prefer for the space.

Cutout roller blinds.

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Give your old roller blinds a makeover and improve their look and the look of the room. The idea is simple. Cut out a pattern. It can be a geometric design or anything else. The light will create an interesting visual effect.

DIY shutters.

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Add shutters to your kitchen windows or to any other room of the house for a rustic look. You can make the shutters yourself out of recycled wooden boards or from bed slats you can find at local stores. Measure twice, cut once and finish it off with a few coats of paint.{found on vintagenewsjunkie}.

A wooden valance.

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It’s usually the kitchen windows that get this type of treatment. Valances give the windows a rustic, traditional look but they can also be adapted to suit more modern designs as well. A wooden valance would be very versatile.{found on athomeonthebay}.

No sew roman shades.

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The best part about this project is obviously the fact that there’s no sewing involved. However, the window treatments also look pretty cute and stylish, considering how simple the whole project was. So try these no sew roman shades for your kitchen window to change the ambiance.{found on inmyownstyle}.