10 Tips To Stylish Window Covers

Show those windows some love! Whether for privacy purposes or just having something pretty to look at, it would be a shame to have your windows bare. A styled window and its cover makes everything better. Luckily for you, we have 10 tips to getting you windows that look like they’re out of a catalog for home design. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the article made just for you:

Custom Shades


Try to savor the delicious word that is custom. That’s right ladies and gents, custom shades! Perfect for those whose taste range from precise to nitty-gritty. Your window shades can now come in your favorite shade or two, and blend seamlessly into your room’s style and decor! How great is that? Inspiration from karenwhiteid


We cannot dress how gorgeous and versatile wood is! Just look at that chic blind that is  reminiscent of barn doors. Rustic and chic, add rollers for a nice touch. The eclectic decor is perfect for every boho babe and laid back guy out there! Motif courtesy of  acehotel


We just can’t get enough of these rustic wooden shutters, and neither should you! Perfect even for wall decor, isn’t it? It’s as stylish as it is functional, and works wonderfully with neutrals, and most especially white!


davidandersonarchitect knows just how important chic window treatment truly is. Not only is is essential, but the addition of a chic window cover is the perfect way to vamp up your room, too! This beautiful, white panel cover is tasteful and looks gorgeous against the room and its play of colors. We are loving the contrast!

Plantation Shutters


Perfect for those homes with high ceilings, plantation shutters come in a wide variety of louver sizes, as well as colors and designs. For those tall homes with loads of ceiling space, this is the perfect way to introduce natural light into your while while still having it look chic. We ripped a page right out of lisawolfedesign‘s book.


Immensely versatile, these clever plantation shutters can be customized and styled to suit anything and everything, so don’t fret about having a style mishap with these guys on hand. With your pick at the style you want, you’ll be putting together an awesome interior in no time, just like  cuppettarchitects did.

Hand-carved Panel Screens

Hand-carved Panel Screens for windows

The panel screens we got off of  habitat-studio are superb! The intricate details look dainty and elegant, and we just can’t get enough. Coming in a variety of designs and patterns, it’s the perfect center piece! Your living room, as well as your bedroom, will thank you for it.

Honey-comb shades 


The beauty of honeycomb shades, aside from its ultra cute name, is that aside from its simple and iconic look, it’s very practical. It allows you to control the amount of light you want in, which is grand. We got this gorgeous look off of  lisascheffdesigns and his tips

Panel tracks

Panel tracks window covers

Gorgeous, functional, and you can match them with the fabric that makes up the room.The perfect light, elegant, and airy feel. We’re guessing davidjosephphotography has more than just expert photography skills, since this room looks amazing.

Handwoven window coverings

Handwoven window coverings

Yes, YES, YES! Everything about this setting screams paradise. Cozy, private, and warm. What more could you want? via  vmldesignandlighting

Pull-down maps


Perhaps the cutest tip in the whole list is this clever take on the map we’ve all probably had memorized since gradeschool. A map for a window cover, who’d have thought? via  arciform

Contact Paper Window Treatment

Contact Paper for Window

Two words: Contact Paper. Just have these babies on the ready and you’ll have fly designs in no time. Simply print out the template you want done on cardstock, tracing it onto the contact paper and cutting out the shapes. Done.

 Contact Paper window design

You have  bakecreatelove to thank.

DIY Faux Roman Shade

DIY Faux Roman Shades

brooklynlimestone has the perfect DIY for you! All you’er going to need to pull off this  faux Roman shade is drop cloth fabric, fabric glue, a strip of wood, transfer paper, an iron, a printer, a staple gun, as well as some nails and couple of tacks.


Transfer the images on to the fabric, and be pleased with your gorgeous handiwork. Good luck, and have fun!

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