Our Favorite Window Treatment Trends!

In the world of window treatments, trends are constantly changing. If we could have a window treatment fashion show, that would be the ultimate way to present all of the options to you that are out on the market today. Unfortunately, fashion shows are only for clothing, so we're going to run through our favorite window treatment trends right here in this article.

Jewel Tones

If you want to create a space that feels rich and extravagant, you will want to opt for window treatments in jewel tones. Jewel tones include deep, rich colors like ruby red, emerald green, and sapphire blue. These colors make a bold statement and have a way of making your guests feel like royalty. Lighter jewel tones such as amethyst, turquoise, and citrine pair well with metallics. Consider using brushed nickel lamps or tables in a room with lighter jewel tone window treatments.


Window treatments that let in that natural Snohomish County sunlight are widely popular. It's nice to have a darker curtain when you are trying to rest, but during the day it's great to open those curtains up and let in as much natural light as possible. Rather than leaving the entire window open, allowing people to see into your room, you can hang sheer shades that compliment the color of your curtains. Sheers allow for privacy while letting in the beautiful, warming sunlight.

Natural Fabrics

Incorporating just a touch of nature into your decor is something we feel everyone would enjoy, especially here in the Mill Creek area. Advancements in the textile industry has allowed for the production of some incredible naturally woven fabrics and materials that many window treatments are made out of today. Organic and eco-friendly materials such as bamboo, cotton, hemp and abaca can be used to make beautifully designed window treatments that you could pair with just about any decor.


Just as we spoke about earlier with sheers, layering of window treatments is fast becoming a new trend. Some choose to place a blackout shade directly next to the window with an accompanying shade made from a more sheer material in front of it. This layering effect is quite charming and adds depth to your window treatment. It also allows you to let as much or as little light in as you choose.

Metallic Accents

Metallic accents are no longer reserved for retro parties. This style that was a hit in the 70s is coming back in full force. If you're a fan of metallics, you can find window treatments with metallic hues to them or even treatments that have metallic threads woven through them. Want something more subtle? Look for metallic curtain rods or rings to add the metallic look without having to purchase new window treatments.

As you can see, the possibilities are endless. The latest trends in window treatments are taking things to a whole new level. Be sure to keep checking in here to stay up to date on all of your window treatment options.