Kitchen Window Treatments

Two girlfriends enjoying coffee in a white kitchen with a large kitchen island, stainless steel appliances and a window above the sink with white faux wood blinds.

When choosing kitchen window treatments, it is important to determine how you are going to use the space. Is there only one single window, or an entire wall of windows? Do the stainless-steel appliances and stone countertop surfaces seem cold and sterile and you need something help your kitchen design seem warm and cozy? Is the window behind your kitchen sink easily splashed?

When thinking of kitchen decor - you are talking about the heart of the home. How do you want to feel when you are in that space?

Woven Wood Shades can add a fabulous visual warmth and texture to a room that has a lot of hard surfaces. Their neutral look is very versatile and work well with different kitchen designs like farmhouse, cottage charm, transitional, coastal or contemporary.

If you have more of a Mediterranean, French country or old-world style - textures found in roman shades will best suit that decor. Consider adding a decorative edge binding border for visual interest.

Faux wood blinds will be the easiest to clean if you have kids at home or frequent splattering from food prep or clean up. Wiping these blinds with a damp towel makes cleanup a breeze.

A sleek and sophisticated modern kitchen looks best with roller shades. The ease of use and vast array of colors make roller shades a top choice of modern kitchen design, lending to a light and bright look.