Adding rustic window treatments to your home is a great way to bring a little bit of nature inside. A contemporary rustic style uses nature-inspired colors and textures to add organic warmth to areas in your home. Windows offer the perfect opportunity to brighten darker rooms using a touch of nature. There are many simple ways you can use rustic styles by adding window coverings to your home.
Plantation shutters are one of the most popular options when choosing rustic window treatments. Now, the shutters are available in a number of different paints and stains to easily match them with your room’s current décor. Plus, you can choose those that have added rustic features, like wood beams and stone facings. Not only will the plantation shutters look great, but they are functional and easy to use.
A top choice for creating a rustic ambience are woven wooden or bamboo shades. The natural fibers come in a number of colors and patterns, allowing you to find the perfect style to match your décor. Using the right variation of colors and wooden tones, the windows will be the perfect highlight to add a more rustic appearance.
When looking for the natural, rustic look, you can still use traditional window coverings, like curtains and drapes. Stick with neutral or natural colors with simplistic patterns to add contrast to your room. Often, those who have dark walls or dark furniture prefer this option because it lightens the room for a softer appearance.
In addition to window coverings, there are many other simple things you can do to add a rustic appearance to your home using the beauty of your windows. For example, choosing rods, rings, and other accessories for window coverings that feature wood or stone details will help bring nature inside. If you’re looking to take it to the next level, add stonework around your windows to really bring nature indoors.
At Window Covering Gallery, I specialize in creating the exact look you want while working with your existing décor. If you’d like a more natural appearance, give me a call today to discuss your options for rustic window treatments.