The right window treatment, including access to natural light can make or break a space. Unfortunately, the importance of window treatments is often overlooked. Your hotel or resort window coverings can be functional, purely decorative, or a combination of the two. Whether it’s luxuriously flowing drapes, classic curtains, Roman shades, or more modern blinds, here are a few ideas that can inspire a better view in your hotel rooms or public spaces.
1. Sheer White Curtains
For smaller size windows, sheer panels allow for maximum light. This can help keep your rooms from feeling too closed off.
2. Rattan Blinds
Let in a little natural light, while still opting for privacy. This is a lovely blend of refined and cozy.
3. Classic Shutters
Classic shutters tend to complement more monochrome colour schemes in a timeless, yet contemporary style.
4. Double Blinds
For more dimension and a little less light, try doubling up on your window treatment. This may include roman shades + drapes, or any other combination that suits your fancy.
5. Multi-coloured Curtains
For a blend of cozy and contemporary, multi-coloured curtains can add a modern and playful feel to your hotel rooms or public spaces.
6. Dramatic Curtains
Go for a more dramatic look with boldly coloured ceiling to floor curtains. Cinching them lower can also skew proportions to make them appear even taller.
Window treatment or no window treatment? Sometimes less is more. This is particularly true in areas where all lighting is welcome, providing for a bright, airy, and beautiful feel.
8. Curtains Beyond the Windows
Instead of hanging curtains right over the window, try extending your curtains beyond the size of the window.
9. Full Floor-to-Ceiling Curtains
Add to the sense of warmth, fullness and energy with a dramatic floor to ceiling look. Combine this with muted colours and classic furnishings for a timeliness touch.
10. Printed Shades
If you’re using a neutral tone for your walls, adding a printed pattern is a great way to add a dash of colour to your room.
11. Add a Coloured Trim
Alternatively, if you don’t want to overdo the colour in a neutral space, try adding just a coloured or printed trim to your window treatments to give your room a bit of an edge.