Window Treatments, Charlotte, NC

You can choose from a variety of window treatments for your Charlotte, NC home or office, whether you want wood or faux wood blinds, curtains, or custom shades.

Traditional interior designIf your home or office has bare windows, consider adding window treatments. They offer many different benefits, including energy conservation, control of privacy and light in your home or business, and a more finished look in any room. Window treatments can also change the feel of the home or office, since you can select colors that complement your color scheme. You can choose from a variety of window treatments, whether you want wood or faux wood blinds, curtains, or custom shades.

Blinds are the most common window treatment, since they are fairly inexpensive and provide a uniform look throughout the space. They are also easy to open and close, so you can decide when you want to allow light into the room. Curtains add a warm and cozy feel, and you can choose from sheer curtains that provide more light, or opaque curtains that will keep the room dark for sleeping. Another option is a shade, such as a Roman shade or roller shade. These often combine the best of both options, since you can easily pull them up or down, but they have the soft feel of fabric. Depending on the shape and size of the windows you plan to cover, you may want to choose custom window treatments.

At Europa Design, our interior designer offers modern design services in and around Charlotte, North Carolina. Bianca Wittgraefe will add a contemporary flair to your space, and she enjoys working on projects of all sizes. If you have been thinking about changing up the look of your office or home, call us today.

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128 Fast Lane
Mooresville, NC 28117

Phone: (203) 521-9522

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Charlotte, Mooresville, Huntersville, Cornelius, Davidson, and all of the Lake Norman area