Window Treatments for Bay, Corner and Bow Windows
Silhouette® Window Shadings work well for corner applications and perfectly match the Luminette® Privacy Sheers that are covering the sliding glass door.
Silhouette® Window Shadings on a bow window. These shadings diffuse strong incoming light and create a soft glow in your home.
Pirouette® Window Shadings on a bow window. These shadings provide a bold and modern alternative to the look and feel of traditional fabric shades.
Pirouette® Window Shadings on a bow window. These shadings come in two vane sizes and a wide variety of fabrics and colors.
Luminette® Privacy Sheers on a corner window. This window covering combines a sheer fabric facing with soft, vertical rotating vanes, allowing for variable light control and privacy.
Vignette® Modern Roman Shades on a corner window. These shades feature consistent folds and a wrinkle-free appearance.
Sonnette™ Cellular Roller Shades on a corner window. These shades combine the energy-efficient construction of a cellular shade with the clean lines of a roller shade.
Provenance® Woven Wood Shades on a bay window. These shades add an organic texture to your room and filter sunlight beautifully.
Heritance® Hardwood Shutters on a bay window. These shutters are crafted from genuine hardwood and use dovetail construction for maximum strength.
NewStyle® Hybrid Shutters on a bay window. These shutters combine the look of wood with the strength and straightness of modern-day materials.
Skyline® Gliding Window Panels on a corner window. These vertical blinds are a stunning choice for large expanses of glass.
Parkland® Wood Blinds on a bay window. Made with rich hardwood slats, these blinds create a warm and inviting home.
Parkland® Wood Blinds on a bay window. These blinds available in a variety of colors and three slat sizes.
Pleated Shades on a bay window. These shades liven up your space with bold colors and modern patterns.
Solutions for Bay, Corner and Bow Windows
Bay, corner and bow windows are a beautiful feature in any home that can make a typical flat wall become a picturesque architectural element. Other benefits include added square footage for seating or decoration, and allowing more natural light to enter the room.
Window treatments for bay, corner and bow windows are usually standard rectangular installations that are positioned to mimic the curved or angled shape of these types of windows. The individual panels are independent of one another.
Virtually all of our window treatments offer a solution for covering bay, corner and bow windows. Take a look at the slideshow above for some ideas, and then contact us here at Michael Felice Interiors for more information or to request a consultation.
Heritance® Hardwood Shutters on a bay window.