Welcome to another Window Wednesday! A few months ago I wrote a blog post about the very cool drapery computer rendering program, Minutes Matter Studio, that I use to help clients visualize what their window treatments will look like during the first planning stages of their project. While I was re-reading that post, I realized that I didn’t show you the three different design options that I offered my client during our second consultation.
Be sure to check out our Decorating With Window Treatments page for more ideas, tips and techniques for your windows!
With the computer rendering drapery program, I can take a picture of a client’s windows and add overlays of different window treatment options. My client and her husband were thrilled to be able to see what the three options would look like on their windows.
Option # 1 – Inverted pleat panels with a button detail
Option #2 – Goblet pleat panels
Option #3 – Inverted pleat panels with swag overlays
They decided on option #3 because it perfectly complemented the swag valance that I had made for their dining area. They had opened up a wall between their living room and the dining area, so both sets of windows were in the same room after the renovation.
Here are the finished panels with the swag overlays.
If you’re interested in learning more about the Minutes Matter Studio computer rendering program, you can find more information here.
Would you like some help with your windows? If so, just send me a picture of your window. I will feature one reader’s window each month by giving some suggestions for window treatment styles and fabrics with my computer rendering program. Pictures that are taken straight on to the window, and that don’t have any type of window treatment on them already will work best.
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