You’ve worked meticulously to decorate your house from the living room to the bedrooms. So why would you leave out the smaller rooms where you spend so much time — the laundry room, mudroom, back entry way. Don’t let your mudroom become a chaotic catchall or the laundry room turn out to be a wash of beige. Spindletop Draperies can help carry your decor into these areas where you work and live daily.
Design Consultant Joyce Herde makes it a point to keep “style” in the equation when creating window treatments for these areas. Joyce says, “Don’t treat your smaller areas like an afterthought. We spend a ton of time in these spaces, so treat them like you’d treat your living room.” Don’t be afraid to integrate your home’s style and personality. By extending window treatments, which complement with the style of the house’s décor, these “back” rooms remain a part of the house and not just a garage-like extension.
Window treatments provide a variety of functions. In the way of practicality, windows in these areas benefit from blinds and shutters as they offer a degree of privacy. As for the creativity function, custom valances and fabric shades add color, texture and warmth making the area inviting — even if it’s only to put in a load of clothes. Spindletop Draperies can even assist you in coordinating fabrics for bench cushions or accent pillows for storage cubbies.
So take a look around your home and see what small areas you have missed. Give Spindletop Draperies a call to see how window treatments can bring these areas back into the house. Or stop by Spindletop’s Hunter Douglas Gallery to see working blinds in a variety of styles. Click here to set up a FREE in-home consultation.
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