9 Living Room Window Treatment Ideas

Like this Avery Cox Design living room, a small space doesn't have to be boring.

Add Warmth in Small Spaces

Install a Roller Shade For a Minimalist Look

Anna Popov of Interiors by Popov designed this Scandinavian-inspired living room with bare walls, minimalist furniture, and hard-working

Nina Hendrick says two window treatments are better than one.

Experiment with Layering Window Treatments

Large windows and natural light are great, but too much sunlight may be harsh in comfortable environments.

Filter—Don't Block—Light for an Airy Feel

Win with bow windows. Your room may require special curved curtain rods.

Get Creative With Curved Walls

Curtains? Yes. But, if your living room opens to a patio, you may wish to cover those doors to filter light and create seclusion.

Don't Overlook Sliding Doors

Interior designer Sara Johnson mixes vivid patterns. Her pattern-pairing is deliberate. She suggests starting with the walls.

Go Bold Mixing Patterns

We'll start with one of Avery Cox's living room's 100 lessons. Examine the window treatments.

Add Vertical Panels

First, one of Avery Cox's 100 living room classes. Check the curtains.

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