CURTAINS, DRAPES & VALANCES
Which Window Treatment Option Should You Choose?
“Window treatment” is a bit of a catch-all phrase for the curtains, drapes, and valances that transform a space with windows into a room you love. Helping you choose the right window treatment for your needs and style is our passion at Village Paint & Design.
Curtains Frame Your Rooms’ Key Features
Generally made from lighter, often sheer fabrics, curtains allow light in a room and help frame the space, tying the final look together. The versatility and timeless good looks of curtains make them a popular choice for:
- Large windows, French doors, and sliding doors
- Dressing up smaller windows in a kitchen or office
- Showcasing architectural features such as archways or crown moldings
- Enhancing any décor style, from traditional to modern and everything in between
Drapes Add Drama to Your Windows
Whether you’re going for something elegant, formal, or modern, the heavier construction and presence of drapes make a statement in your room. Luxurious fabrics and full length make drapes especially well-suited to large spaces. Choose from a variety of styles, including:
Valances Top Our List for Versatility and Style
Covering only the upper-most part of a window, valances can be hung alone for unobstructed views and extra light, or paired with blinds, drapes, or curtains. Available in several different styles, the design experts at Village Paint & Design will help you choose the one that best fits your taste, space, and budget.
Curtain and Drapery Hardware: Jewelry for Your Windows
More than a curtain rod and not just a hold-back, hardware for window treatments completes your look. Village Paint & Design offers a variety of eye-catching drapery accessories, available in thousands of finishes and styles, to complement any décor and budget. Choose from trusted manufacturers including:
- Kirsch Drapery Hardware
- Paris Texas Hardware
- The Finial Company
- Select Hardware
- Orion Hardware
In-Home Consultations Bring Your Vision to Life
Our experienced designers do their best work when they meet you in your home or business—this allows them to get a first-hand view of the space, windows, and lighting, and to take necessary measurements. They will offer suggestions for Hunter Douglas products and bring samples into your space to help you visualize the final result. Based on your goals, style, and budget, they will then provide you with a free estimate. In-home consultations are a great first step to bringing your vision to life.
Contact us or stop at one of our three Milwaukee area showrooms to start your project today!