These wood blinds, which match the warm wood tones throughout the room, feature heavily textured, tied back side panels with pinch pleats that elegantly puddle to the floor. A top treatment of a cornice doubles as a display shelf for collectibles and other tchotchkes. Note the matching table runner and seat cushion accessories.
Natural Tan Blinds
Neutral tan blinds can either match the color scheme of the entire room, as seen here or contrast it for added stylization. The transom windows along the top let in just enough light so as not to stumble around blindly at night, while the blinds can close up tight, letting in only as much added light as desired.
Contemporary Vertical Blinds
A stunning, contrasting black and white color scheme make this room pop. The sleek lines of the vertical blinds with the tiniest header to hide the top rail fit in perfectly with this modern, contemporary design. The straight lines of the slats and couch smartly offset the circles in the rug and circular seat cushions.
Wood Blinds with Cornices
Ordinarily, this window setup would be a decorator’s nightmare. But thanks to these wood blinds with cornices as top treatments, this space is not only warm and inviting but expertly designed. The seat cushion, pillows, and throw blanket complete the inviting atmosphere making this room possibly the best seat in the house.
Contrasting Faux Wood Blinds
These warm, wood blinds (or are they perfectly crafted faux wood?) are in perfect contrast to the light shades of the walls, carpet, cushions, and linens but tie in nicely with the wood bedside table, headboard, and furniture trim. The top treatment cornices can also serve as a display shelf for collectibles and family heirlooms.
White Horizontal Blinds
White horizontal blinds tie in with the window frames, bed, ceiling, and even some accessories. Small dots in the tied back side panels correspond to the larger dots in the bed sheet and pillow for a fun, feminine look. A light wood toned blind, to match the floor, could also work nicely in this setting.
Blinds & Cornices for high ceilings
This window treatment goes above and beyond the norm. Wood toned blinds and cornices covering the door windows might ordinarily be where the common window treatment stops. But in this setting, blinds have also been added to the transom windows along the top - possibly for better outdoor light blockage and classy, coordinated design.
Private/Semi-Private City View Blinds
Light colored blinds with the tiniest header won’t block one brick of this stunning city view. Turn the slats partially open for just the right ambiance or draw the shades wide open to take in the city in all its glory. The light blue in these blinds matches not only the solid wall color but the blue of the sky.
Semi-small header blinds
There is a lot going on here so the simplistic look of these blinds and semi-small header serve to sooth your busy eyes and calm the room down just a tad. If desired, these blinds could also be applied to the door window to block out as much of the hot sun as possible on sweltering summer days.