Use window treatments in the bathroom to protect privacy and create a less stark appearance. Most importantly, choose materials that can withstand high humidity from bath and shower use. Consider water-resistant curtains, shades or shutters that can be laundered or cleaned with minimal effort to prevent build-up of dust or mildew. Use interior light sources to brighten the room, rather than relying on the covered windows for sunlight.
Make a notable view of the landscape or ocean the focal point of the living room with vinyl windows in Virginia Beach and other scenic areas. Window treatments should not block the view, but enhance it. Sheer curtains under draperies with tieback curtains will coordinate with the room’s decor. For a more open look, hang swags overtop the windows and let them drape down the sides. This is very effective for bay windows and large open windows areas. A double jabot will achieve a similar look for a small or narrow window.
Privacy and décor are the two main focal points of the bedroom windows. Use short curtains, long draperies, vertical blinds or any type of shades to accent the window. Any of these can be opened or closed easily from day to night to allow for privacy and regulation of light. A layered look of shades or blinds under the curtains or drapes with a tieback will cover all purposes. A simple tapestry or eclectic set-up of beads or wood is appropriate for teenagers or children looking for a little pizzazz.