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Looking to decorate these windows. Because of how the windows are not flat with the wall, I don't think a rod with curtains would go very well. In your opinion, what window treatments would be best?

Thanks in advance!

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I think some sort of shade would work best, one for each window. You could do roman shades in grass, bamboo or a fabric that coordinates with other fabrics in the adjacent room.
 
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I have several pics of inspiration for you.I hope It gives you an idea of what you like.

about 4 pics.

 
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valances

 
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different shaped valances

 
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cloth roman blinds

 
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...or plantation-style shutters.
 
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plantation-style shutters


That's what I was leaning towards.

Thanks everybody for your opinions!
 
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would you mind them being "closed" all the time? sort of limits the outside view, which is pleasent...
 
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Plantation-style shutters are lovely, but they don't offer the softness that fabric window treatments provide.


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Plantation-style shutters are lovely, but they don't offer the softness that fabric window treatments provide.


That may be true, but plantation shutters don't need to be dry cleaned or washed and ironed. (Dusted, yes.)Smile
 
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Bay and bow window treatment can be a good idea. Check more detail: Bay And Bow Window Treatment
 
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