I love a good bay window, but sometimes when it comes to adding window treatments, I'm a bit baffled. Our bay window sat naked for quite some time while I pondered what to do with it. I finally decided on drapes and sheers. I admit, I am not completely loving the sheers, but as you can see, we get a ton of light in this window, especially in the afternoon. Our rug and furniture would be ruined by the streaming sunlight without these sheers. So for now, it works.
One of these days, when I tire of all the color in this room, I would love to go neutral with linen slipcovered love seats, cream panels and bamboo blinds. This room makes me drool just a bit.
How gorgeous are those windows?
If I had a window seat, I think this would be a great option.
I can see myself curling up with a good book and possibly hiding out by closing the curtains
I adore this casual look. We just had dinner at some friends' new house on Sunday.
It's actually a very old home oozing with charm.
They have a beautiful bay window in the dining room that they want to add treatments to.
There is a window seat underneath and the windows are leaded glass.
She is thinking of doing something similar to this.
They want privacy in the evening, but of course,
they want to showcase the beautiful leaded glass most of the time.
She will likely choose a more formal fabric, but I think this style is a great option for them.
I looking forward to seeing what she decides on.
Can't believe I didn't smuggle my camera in during our visit. Next time, I promise.