Rustic window treatments – The term “rustic” brings many images to mind. For some, it may evoke the image of a cabin by the lake, a mountain chalet or cottage by the sea. For others, rustic decor is a way to make the countryside in a small urban apartment. The windows are a great way to explore new design options, or carry a theme throughout a room. Rustic curtain can be a low cost means to provide insulation around the windows. Lighter fabrics can reflect light and heat, a cooling chamber in the summer. Window treatments can also provide additional security when they prevent foreigners to see in a house.
Rustic window treatments curtain fall into several categories. Draperies full-length work best on the big large windows and thick walls. To give a rustic feel, look for long draperies with large prints: large flannels blocks or sets of panels that give an outdoor feel to any room. Rustic fabrics often have natural colors; red maple leaf, sand, brown, cream. Sheers can be used in curtains, or for a lighter look, can be used alone.
Rustic window treatments give an airy look that is often used in cabins or beach houses. When using curtains or curtains, waive or tassel tiebacks adapted. Instead of opting for a natural look, dried flowers or vines bent wood or even wrought iron. But nothing says country like short and sweet cafe curtains. They work well for small windows, or to the top of plaid glass doors. Cafe curtains can be made of draped fabric, printed panels, sheers or even lace.