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Let Lowe's Meet Your Window Treatment Needs At Lowe's, you'll find an array of curtains, blinds, drapes, shades and valances to filter what's outside while increasing your style inside. Does the sun wake up before you do? Install blackout curtains or room darkening shades so you can slumber as long as you like. Just want to spruce up the look of your windows? Sheer curtains and drapery/draperies come in a number of colors and lengths to brighten up your windows. Have a gazebo or covered deck? Hang outdoor curtains and transport yourself to paradise. Looking to liven up the windows in your kitchen? Then try a new kitchen window treatment. Tie in your kitchen décor with jazzy kitchen curtains or stylish window coverings. Add a chic touch to your windows with burlap curtains, café curtains, Waverly curtains, white curtains or lace curtains. Once you’ve chosen your curtains and curtain panels, pick out your curtain rods. Lowe’s carries a wide selection of curtain rods, double curtain rods, bay window curtain rods and curtain rod brackets. In addition to your curtains, you may want to add some shades to your window treatment by choosing from our selection of roman shades, roller shades, bamboo shades, blackout shades, cellular shades, solar shades, sun shades and more. You can also find skylight shades for when the sun is at its harshest during the day. Rather go with blinds or shutters? Shop our selection of window shutters, vertical blinds, faux wood blinds, honeycomb blinds, mini blinds, motorized blinds, venetian blinds, plantation blinds and plantation shutters. Looking to spruce up the outside of you home? Lowe’s has exterior shutters and awnings in a variety of colors. Add a trendy touch to any room with allen + roth® window treatments, and check out our measurement guide to find the right fit. Also, increase energy efficiency and reduce heat and glare with our selection of thermal curtains and window films. We carry the top film brands including GILA window films.


At Lowe's, you'll find an array of curtains, blinds, drapes, shades and valances to filter what's outside while increasing your style inside. Does the sun wake up before you do? Install blackout curtains or room darkening shades so you can slumber as long as you like. Just want to spruce up the look of your windows? Sheer curtains and drapery/draperies come in a number of colors and lengths to brighten up your windows. Have a gazebo or covered deck? Hang outdoor curtains and transport yourself to paradise. Looking to liven up the windows in your kitchen? Then try a new kitchen window treatment. Tie in your kitchen décor with jazzy kitchen curtains or stylish window coverings. Add a chic touch to your windows with burlap curtains, café curtains, Waverly curtains, white curtains or lace curtains. Once you’ve chosen your curtains and curtain panels, pick out your curtain rods. Lowe’s carries a wide selection of curtain rods, double curtain rods, bay window curtain rods and curtain rod brackets. In addition to your curtains, you may want to add some shades to your window treatment by choosing from our selection of roman shades, roller shades, bamboo shades, blackout shades, cellular shades, solar shades, sun shades and more. You can also find skylight shades for when the sun is at its harshest during the day. Rather go with blinds or shutters? Shop our selection of window shutters, vertical blinds, faux wood blinds, honeycomb blinds, mini blinds, motorized blinds, venetian blinds, plantation blinds and plantation shutters. Looking to spruce up the outside of you home? Lowe’s has exterior shutters and awnings in a variety of colors. Add a trendy touch to any room with allen + roth® window treatments, and check out our measurement guide to find the right fit. Also, increase energy efficiency and reduce heat and glare with our selection of thermal curtains and window films. We carry the top film brands including GILA window films.


Twice as Nice For the ultimate in flexibility, consider shades that can be raised and lowered from the top or bottom as needed. “These simple and sleek shades by Kirsch can drop down from the top or raised up from the bottom to allow you to control the view or the sunlight as needed," says the retailer. Layered Effect To create a tailored look in a simple, monochromatic kitchen, designer Teri Thomas chose a valance and Roman shade in the same fabric. She used a custom-printed fabric from Galbraith and Paul for both the shade and its box-pleated topper, says contractor Duane Johns of Advanced Renovations. Pretty Pattern In a kitchen with simple style and a mostly white color palette, a splash of pattern can add personality. "Help frame a beautiful view with a valance mounted above the window. This ikat-patterned fabric, Bansuri in Slate, has a rich neutral that adds interest to the solid white cabinets," says the manufacturer. Light and Lively Window treatments not only add softness and style, but also control light, protecting interior furnishings and materials from damaging UV rays. “Flat Roman fabric shades from Smith & Noble are available with a privacy lining that offers sun protection,” says Kara Roberts, Director of Merchandising for the company. Shown here is a Flat Roman Fabric Shade in Samara/Stone with privacy lining. Formal Effect Designer Robin Baron gave this elegant country kitchen the perfect finishing touch with an ornate scalloped valance above the sink. “I always say ‘great design is in the details’ and this beautiful valance is a perfect example,” says Baron. “I used the detail of iron hooks to create the dramatic pleating in lieu of a traditional pole and embellished the classic linen floral fabric with tassel trim, and matching tape, giving weight and importance to this country-inspired valance.” Barely There If you want to filter light and soften the look of your kitchen window – but don’t want anything heavy or opaque, consider using a fabric with a loose weave, such as linen, for example. Here, designer Annette English complemented the otherwise pared-down look of the space with lightly textured material from Dan Marty Fabric. Tailored Alternative “When planning a kitchen layout, placing the sink under a window is a great option,” says designer Karen Sealy. “Having a nice view can make washing the dishes or prepping food more enjoyable.” In this space she specified shutters to complete the room’s transitional style. “Using shutters is a low-maintenance alternative to drapery that still controls light levels and views,” she says. French Accent When they remodeled an older family home with French architectural details, kitchen designers Marvin Daniel and Brian Pilgrim of KDW Home wanted to give it an open and airy look that still felt in keeping with the style of the home. Roman shades in a French provincial fabric added just the Old World accent the updated space required. Exotic Element “Fabric shades are like great art: They transform a space and its inhabitants,” says Kara Roberts, Director of Merchandising for Smith & Noble, the manufacturer of the Moroccan-style shades shown here. Flat Roman shades fold up at the top when fully raised and lie flat when lowered, creating a low profile look that works with a wide range of fabrics and prints. Coordinated Charm Fabric-based window treatments are a great way to balance all the hard surfaces in the kitchen while also adding pattern and color. This custom arched shade can raise and lower to control sunlight and privacy. “Whether up or down, the shade keeps the kitchen feeling sunny with splashes of yellow from this Thom Filicia fabric, Prospect in Shadow,” says the manufacturer. Continue the look by using fabric in places like lampshades (see the shades on the wall sconces), barstools, chairs and even Fido's bed.


Kitchen Window Treatments In a room as functional as a kitchen, which is packed with metal appliances and wood cabinets, window treatments might be the only source of softness and embellishment in the entire space. Here are the four things you need to consider when choosing kitchen window treatments. By Sarah Egge


Kitchen Window Treatments In a room as functional as a kitchen, which is packed with metal appliances and wood cabinets, window treatments might be the only source of softness and embellishment in the entire space. Here are the four things you need to consider when choosing kitchen window treatments.


An excellent post! I, too, dreamed of a Father of the Bride kind of house–but my dreams were of the original movie with Spencer Tracy and Elizabeth Taylor. And my dream house always had a window over the kitchen sink! In addition to that, my husband went to the Volvo dealership and got brochures the week after our first baby was born. There was no way we could afford a Volvo at that time, but he surely wanted one! I got one after our third son was born, and I have to admit I felt as though I’d arrived. :) Anyway, I like all these kitchen window treatment options! I usually end up with a DIY valance of some kind and leave the lower portion of my kitchen windows untreated; we’ve been fortunate to live in houses where privacy wasn’t an issue. Right now my window is sporting a no-sew faux Roman shade–the look of a Roman shade but a very inexpensive DIY version. It doesn’t move up and down, but it does a great job of blocking the sun’s rays when they’re the brightest and hottest.

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