Home trends are always changing, even trends involving something as simple as your home's choice of window treatments. Window treatments are an important part of interior design. Be it curtains or blinds, they serve as the last piece of the puzzle within a room's decor and overall feel. Here are some of the trending colors, designs, and types of window treatments for 2022.
Interior design has developed a modernized twist on the idea of bringing the outdoors in. Pops of natural wood finishes mixed with earthy color pallets are being combined to create a calming and natural ambiance. Colors like tan, brown, dusty sage green and tones of yellow are quite popular. Also, many people are still utilizing sheer curtains to maximize natural light but adding some minimal privacy. Not only do sheer curtains look elegant but they also offer a light breezy feel and are perfect for living rooms, bedrooms and kitchen windows.
Roller shades have been climbing in popularity due to their minimalistic look. Roller shades are also available in a variety of earth tone colors, textures, and hardware options, making them an ideal choice for the natural color tones mentioned before. Additionally, many homes are choosing roller shades with woodgrain design. The natural woven woods and reeds give these shades an organic texture like no other. This goes hand in hand with the natural colors with an overall home trend of 2022 bringing a nature-like feel into their home.
Many homeowners are working toward upgrading their homes to include smart home automation technology. This is now even including automated blinds! Motorized shades can be programmed to block out harmful UV rays during peak daylight hours and timed perfectly for privacy during the times when you need them most.
If you are looking for some new trendy additions in window treatments for your home, consider a nature-colored automated blind. You can even get them custom-made for the best look and the most energy efficiency. For more information on window treatments, contact us today.
Window Treats Inc in Red Bank New Jersey also has a showroom in Brooklyn New York and offers Hunter Douglas window treatments including curtains, blinds, shades, drapery, and shutters. These can all be made into motorized blinds, shades, and drapery, and integrated into a home automation system. Window Treats proudly serves the surrounding areas, including Allenhurst, Asbury Park, Colts Neck, Deal, Eatontown, Elberon, Fair Haven, Freehold, Holmdel, Lakewood, Little Silver, Lincroft, Middletown, Monmouth Beach, Oakhurst & Ocean Township, Rumson, Shrewsbury, Spring Lake, Tinton Falls and Toms River. Our team is often called upon to serve the tri-state area as well including Brooklyn and Manhattan (New York City).