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Living Room Window Treatments

Formal living room with gray upholstered sofa facing a beige wall with an abstract painting flanked by two picture windows with patterned roman shades combined with pinch pleat drapes, and an orange barrel chair in front of each window.

When considering living room design, decide if the room is more formal in style, or a room that you "live" in. Pinch pleat draperies are a more formal style of living room window treatment. If the living room is more of a "family room," simplicity and function should be key.

Natural woven wood shades have classic, simplistic designs that bring an extra cozy layer to a well-loved home. Their soft, non-fussy folds complement the busiest homes with a subtle tone.

Create a welcoming environment for guests with roman shades. A wide range of color and pattern choices highlight your individual design style.

The clean lines and child friendly design make plantation shutters a popular living room decorating idea. They look beautiful with any style of living decor with excellent privacy and light control.

Chic sheer shades are lightweight and gently diffuse light, giving a modern twist to your living room design.

The flexible design of top down/bottom up cellular shades lets in light from the top of the window, while maintaining privacy at the bottom of the window. This is perfect for a home that may be on well-traveled street.

Roller shades are highly customizable and available in an gorgeous array of fabrics, textures and colors. Different levels of opacity can brighten up any room, add a subtle pop of color or bring warmth and relaxation to your living room.

Have large windows or patio doors but despise traditional vertical blinds? Versatile sliding fabric panels provide a modern practical solution to filter light and provide privacy. These stylish blinds are available in dozens of fabrics and textures to complement your decor and coordinate with roller, roman and woven wood shades. Soft vertical blinds are a fashionable solution that offer the look of a sheer drapery-style fabric for added light control.

Sometimes one window treatment, can't solve all your design dilemmas. Layering window treatments with different functionalities and transparencies will settle both privacy and light control concerns.