When it comes to choosing window treatments for a room, the possibilities are endless. Roman shades are a go-to option for a more laid-back aesthetic, while floor-to-ceiling curtains are for those who love nothing more than a dose of drama in their decor. Regardless of where your design sensibilities lie, you're sure to find a favorite window treatment style in this roundup of gorgeous rooms.
Vibrant emerald green shades in a malachite pattern make a statement in the Brussels home of Anne-Marie Midy and Jorge Almada of . An iron halo from a traditional religious statue is positioned between the windows for added visual interest.
In Colin Kaepernick's California home, grey and white custom window drapery by Serra Design elevate an office space, featuring walls painted in Benjamin Moore's Caliente. The desk is by Williams-Sonoma Home, and the black velvet desk chair is by Armen Living.
In a French-inspired Chicago penthouse living room,vibrant mustard yellow curtains in an Oscar de la Renta fabric for Lee Jofa pop against walls painted in Benjamin Moore’s Cement Gray. The custom sofa is upholstered in a Kravet fabric with pillows in a Jim Thompson silk. The 1970s chairs are from Revival, and the vintage cocktail table is from Martin La Brocante. A Crate & Barrel console and vintage chandelier by Hans-Agne Jakobsson complete the look.
The curtains, walls and canopy bed in a cozy bedroom are outfitted in the same fabric for a striking, cohesive look.
Curtains are of a Larsen silk, paired with tiebacks by P.E. Guerin, add warmth to a master bedroom in a New York City apartment. The nightstand, bed, nightstand, console, and bedding are custom Fawn Galli Interiors designs. The 1950s Royère chair is of a Dedar fabric, the 1960s ceiling fixture is German, and the walls are painted in Farrow & Ball's All White.
For living room curtains in his West Village townhouse, interior designer was inspired by a naval uniform. The cream-colored curtains feature a bold contrasting trim. Both the rug and club chairs are upholstered in a chenille from Carleton V.
Roman shades in a classic Rebecca Atwood fabric complete the living room in Kate and Rem Reynolds’s Brooklyn townhouse. The sofa, which is from ABC Carpet & Home, is upholstered in a fabric by Soraya Shah for Studio Four NYC, the design showroom Kate Reynolds co-owns. The space is furnished with a Timothy Oulton chaise, a Danish cocktail table, an Akari pendant light by Noguchi, and a vintage Moroccan rug. The walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Huntington White and the trim in Iron Mountain.
Striped curtains of a Bergamo mohair inject personality into a Manhattan living room designed by architect Timothy Archambault and decorator Nina Seirafi for Walter Schupfer and Gina Goldman. The chair is by Sergio Rodrigues, and a custom sofa and daybed flank a cocktail table by Yves Klein.
Curtains in an orange linen from Jerry Pair add an elegant touch to a master bedroom in a Connecticut retreat by Thom Filicia. The bed and side tables are by Filicia.
Dark grey shades in a Rogers & Goffigon fabric are a highlight in a modern Pacific Palisades home, complete with a custom sectional upholstered in a Pindler fabric and ottomans covered in a Dualoy leather.
Black and white curtains break up the blue in this dining room in a Bridgehampton farmhouse. Lulu DK and Rose Tarlow Melrose House fabrics were used to cover the Julian Chichester chairs. The trim is painted in Aegean Teal by Benjamin Moore.
Curtains in a fabric complement wallpaper in a Long Island farmhouse family room. Among the custom furnishings in the space are a sofa upholstered in a fabric, a tufted sofa in a weave, a leather ottoman, and a pair of armchairs covered in a linen blend. The 1950s cerused-oak side table and 19th-century copper lantern are French.
The living room in an English country house is outfitted with curtains of a Bennison Fabrics stripe, walls painted in Tablecloth by Paint & Paper Library, and 2015 artwork by Fred Ingrams.
A Jim Thompson silk was used for curtains in a London townhouse. A custom sofa covered in a Donghia patterned velvet, another design upholstered in a Le Manach silk velvet, and a round banquette, topped with a 1940s French bronze sculpture, complete the look.
Pops of blue by way of curtains made of a cotton and a vintage Indian dhurrie add charm to a rustic guest room in Bedford, New York.
Shades in a patterned silk add interest to a living room in an Upper East Side home. Vladimir Kagan sofas are paired with Karl Springer cocktail tables, the armchair in front is by Milo Baughman, and the lacquered chair's cushion features a Schumacher linen.
White curtains add to the contemporary feel of a Palm Beach home. The living area is arranged around a rug that mimics the ripple pattern a stone makes when dropped in water.
The guest bedroom in Tamara Mellon's Hamptons home features beige paisley window treatments, along with walls covered in a complementary striped linen. The curtains, wallcovering, and Roman shade are in Schumacher fabrics, and the bedside table is from Mecox Gardens.
Fashion designer Lorry Newhouse embraced the whimsical spirit and rich history of his Southhampton cottage. The bedroom curtains, wallpaper, chair fabric and bed skirts are by Rose Cumming; the coverlet and shams are by Matouk, and the artwork and mirror are Victorian.
The 1840s Connecticut home of Philip Gorrivan features an acrylic sculpture by Michael Laube, Matouk linens, and a chaise by Jean Pascaud. The walls are painted in Benjamin Moore's Light Pewter, and the shades are of an Albert Hadley fabric.