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Tips on Color Matching Your Window Treatments

When it comes to decorating a room, choosing the right window treatments can make a big difference in the overall look and feel of the space. Creating Shade Window Treatments provides experienced Interior Designers to work with you on choosing the right color and texture for your blinds, shades, drapery and more.

One important factor to consider is color matching. Here are some tips for color matching window treatments:

  1. Consider the dominant colors in the room: Before choosing a color for your window treatments, take a look at the colors that are already present in the room. What is the dominant color? Is there a particular color that stands out? This will give you a starting point for selecting a color that will complement the existing color scheme.

  2. Look for complementary colors: One way to ensure that your window treatments match the rest of the room is to choose a color that is complementary to the dominant color. For example, if your walls are a light blue, you could choose window treatments in a pale yellow or cream color, which are complementary to blue.

  3. Use a monochromatic color scheme: Another option is to use a monochromatic color scheme, which involves using different shades of the same color. For example, if your walls are a deep red, you could choose window treatments in a lighter shade of red, or even a pink or peach color.

  4. Use accent colors: If you have accent colors in the room, such as a bright orange rug or a bold patterned throw pillow, consider incorporating those colors into your window treatments. This can help tie the room together and create a cohesive look.

  5. Don't forget about texture: While color is important, don't overlook the importance of texture when it comes to window treatments. A textured fabric in a neutral color can add depth and interest to the room, without overpowering the existing color scheme.

Overall, when it comes to color matching window treatments, the key is to consider the existing colors in the room and choose a color that complements or enhances them. By following these tips, you can create a cohesive and stylish look that ties the room together.

If you have any questions or would like to see samples for your home, give Creating Shade Window Treatments a call.


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