Bay windows can be a wonderful addition to many rooms of your home.  By extending just a foot or two of extra space for a small kitchen and adding a nice cushion, you now have bench seating to pull up a table for a breakfast nook in your kitchen!

A bedroom can benefit from a bay window, giving you a place to sit and read books, or the perfect niche to add a desk!

Bay windows look great from the outside of your home, too!  A little architectural element to an otherwise cookie-cutter home can do wonders for your curb appeal.

But then comes the hard part.  How do you add window treatments to your bay windows?

Today we’re featuring our favorite bay window Successful Solution, with photos of a bay window with roman shades.

Home Window Treatment Ideas: How to Add Shades to Bay Windows - Interiors by The Sewing RoomWe’ve seen tons of ideas of bay window treatments, but many of them either showed a decorative valance at the top of the window frame or stationary drapes next to the windows.  Neither of those help to cover the windows when you need to lower the light level in the room or to add privacy from nosey neighbors

Home Window Treatment Ideas: How to Add Shades to Bay Windows - Interiors by The Sewing RoomThese roman shades offer the perfect solution.  They’re even cordless, so you don’t have to worry about seven different cords getting tangled.  You just pull the shade’s bottom rail to the height you’d like, and that’s it!  For an even easier solution, these are available as motorized shades.  You can control them with the touch of a wall switch, a remote control, or they can even be controlled via app on your smartphone, ipad or tablet!

 

Join us tomorrow for our next Successful Solution where we’ve put window treatments on Sliding Glass Doors!

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