Dressing For A Round Window In Your House
A round window can make a quirky focal feature and a complementary covering will help to enhance them. Up until recently you were more likely to find oddly shaped windows in older-style homes, but recently, speciality shaped windows have had a resurgence in popularity. Decide how much you want to spend on your round window dressing and what kind of an impact you want to make. Dressing options for your round window exist for all budgets and imaginations. Fabric is a versatile material with many virtues. It’s flexible, making it easy to drape or wrap across a window in a decorative manner. You can easily cover a round window with fabric by draping or hanging it across the window, as well. A hoop, such as a quilting hoop, can make this easier. For instance, you can wrap fabric around and across the hoop, then insert it into the window frame, which makes it possible to take the fabric out of the window if you need to use it or want more light.
Shutters are available in almost any shape and size, and round windows are no exception. Shutters and similar items, such as blinds or shades, are appealing in that they are versatile and can open or close and let in varying amounts of light. Similarly, you may be interested in a fabric sunburst, which is a piece of translucent shirred or pleated fabric that can insert into the window frame; the fabric draws together in the middle, often into a rosette, and some can be opened and closed. However, it’s often necessary to order custom-made products for a round window.