Bay windows are a beautiful addition to any home. But because of their unusual shape, sometimes it’s difficult to find just the right window treatments for them. With a little planning and some creativity you can make your bay windows the focal point of your home. Here are some great ideas to get you started!
I love these stunning window treatments from HGTV. The contrast between the color of the drapes and the walls is perfection. If you want to add some drama to your bay windows, consider hanging intense drapery in a stunning color.
Centsational Girl posted this simple window treatment for a bay window. This light and basic treatment helps frame the window while allowing lots of bright light to come into the space. This would be a perfect option for a kitchen or office.
HGTV posted this example of a bay window done up right. In addition to silk drapery, these bay windows boast lovely white wooden shutters that add a bit of class to the sophisticated space. If you want to achieve a timeless look, this is a great option.
This bay window from HomeTalk is a great example of mixing materials when dressing your windows. The bamboo blinds are super functional while the floral drapes add a bit of interest. Paired together, this is a winning window treatment.
House to Home hung simple blue drapes around this lovely bay window. You can actually buy window rods especially for bay windows. The rod will be bent in all the right places so that the drapes hang close to the wall.
Better Homes & Gardens hung simple roman shades on the tops of these bay windows, and then paired the shades with shutters on the bottom half of the windows. This allows for either privacy or lots of light–whichever you prefer!
House to Home hung a simple metal wire across the bay window and hung beautiful, white fabric panels. This is a lovely and soft look that would be perfect for a bedroom space. You can have lots of light and privacy all at the same time!
Better Homes & Gardens posted this dramatic window treatment that looks perfect paired with a bay window. The bold fabric of the curtains is a great way to define the window seat. If you wanted to take a little nap or read a book in privacy, the window seat and curtains would be perfect.