Corner windows can be a great source of light in any room. They can also offer spectacular views. Nonetheless, it can be hard to find the right window treatments for them. So, if you are looking for ideas for your corner windows, here are some you should consider.
Two Corner Windows With No Wall Gap
Let’s consider two corner windows with no wall gap between them and a shared frame architrave. Have one curtain to the far side of each window that draws towards and meets at the corner. If you prefer blinds, we recommend a roller blind or Venetians, mounted inside the frame. They offer a streamlined, more minimalist look with no risk of overlapping each other. You could also use vertical blinds closing towards the corner like the curtains.
Two Windows With a Small Wall Gap
If there is a gap between each window and the corner of the room hang curtains on both windows. The appearance of both windows should match when they are open. All types of blinds are suitable in this scenario. You could choose either an inside or outside mount as long as they do not touch or overlap. For vertical blinds, hang them on both sides drawing to a close at the center of each individual window.
One Window With a Small Wall Gap
If only one window sits very close to the corner of the room, having a single curtain on a side will look uneven. But having one on either side means you could block the window and natural light. In this instance, a roller or Venetian blind is often the best choice.
Twin Cities Siding Professionals not only provides top-notch siding, but also offer the perfect treatments for your corner windows. You can count on us to give you the most bang for your buck. We offer new installations and quality repair in St. Paul, MN. Call us at (651) 967-0873 for a consultation.