Denver Historical Drapery Trends
Dec 01, 2016
08/26/14 10:48 AM Filed in: Draperies
Denver has a lot of diverse and intriguing window shapes, from iconic A-framed windows found in nearly all the Colorado Mountain homes, to the historical curved windows in the Brown Palace.
Denver's Historical And Iconic Drapery Trends
Denver has a lot of diverse and intriguing window shapes, from iconic A-framed windows found in nearly all the Colorado Mountain homes, to the historical curved windows in the Brown Palace. The window treatments in Denver have changed more times than the iconic windows that they cover. The styles have ranged from large, dramatic Victorian draperies with yards and yards of thick fabric, like the ones in the Molly Brown house, to the modern, sleek and natural looking blinds found in almost every office building in the Denver Tech Center. The covering on a window can be the main focal point of any room and does so much more than just control the light and temperature.
Draperies function to make a room come together, or separate the room to look more spacious. To make a dramatic impression, keep a color pallet throughout the room with the drapes being the center of attention to catch the eye. For a more sleek look, a shade or blind can be just enough to cover the window area to leave room for more wall décor or accessories. Or you can use a combination of both blinds and drapery to create a modern look with a real-world energy efficient use and effectiveness.
To choose the best coverings and drapes for the biggest impression it is always recommended to talk to a professional designer. Start your search at Blind Corners & Curves Denver Design Showroom. You will find Denver’s best designers and the most complete selection of drapery fabrics, drapery hardware, drapery finials. One stop shopping for draperies in Denver!