One of the most effective means of creating an Arts & Crafts style interior is the use of appropriate window treatments.
Simplicity and utility are the main ideas to keep in mind when choosing window treatments for your home.
While the Arts & Crafts era saw a trend away from the voluminous amounts of drapery typical of Victorian times, it was still common to have two sets of curtains at the window - sheer curtains next to the window and over-curtains of a heavier fabric. Valances were also fairly common in the Arts & Crafts style home, as were roller shades (generally mounted behind a sheer curtain or a valance). Portières (curtains at interior doorways) were another common feature in homes of the era. Sometimes curtains are not necessary for any of the functional requirements above but solely for their decorative effect, to add color and pattern or to help recreate the cheerful, comfortable, friendly atmosphere of an Arts & Crafts room.
To begin determining the appropriate window treatment for your home first ask yourself how you want the curtains to function.
You may have different requirements at different times of the day or over the seasons which require more than one type of curtain. The following information will help in determining the best choice of fabric and hanging treatment for curtains for your home.
How to order curtains
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