Style Your Home Through Your Windows

window with plants

Over time, your once-lovely home will need a makeover. A makeover can make your home more functional or make it more appealing. Giving your home’s interior a fresh look is necessary not just for your comfort but for your personal enjoyment as well.

One part of your home that you can dress up to instantly give your home’s interior a facelift is your windows. Windows are functional as they are a visual element. Windows let natural sunlight and fresh air in. They give you a glimpse of what’s outside the four walls of your home. Other functions of your windows include letting the hot air escape from your kitchen and letting steam out of your bathrooms.

Apart from their practical functions, your windows can also level up the aesthetics of your interiors. If you are looking for cost-effective ways to beautify your home, try your windows.

Let your windows frame a beautiful flower garden.

If your window is facing your backyard garden, you are in luck. You have a beautiful, natural painting that’s just waiting to be framed. Plan how you want it to look and what colors you want to include. From there, you can plan what flowers to plant.

If you have no backyard garden, you can install a flower box on the exterior of your windows. A flower box is ideal for windows in upper story rooms or homes without a backyard garden. Make sure that you have a plant that blooms for every season of the year so that you will always have a colorful backdrop in your window.

Use shutters for convenience and a minimalist appeal.

If you want a window treatment that will blend with your minimalist interior, then shutters are your best bet. Shutters offer you a clean and fresh look that is timeless and stylish. They can dress up windows of all styles, shapes, and sizes. They are also child-safe and durable, with some lasting for ten years.

Aside from the elegant look that they lend to your home, they are also versatile and functional. They can add insulation to your home and are easy to clean.

window shutters and light fixtures

Dress up your windows with curtains and drapes.

Dressing up your windows with curtains is probably the easiest way to add style and charm to your home interior. You can use different curtain styles, designs, and materials to achieve the look that you want for your home. You can add drapes with your curtain panels to give your windows a romantic vibe and appeal.

Curtains come in different materials such as silk, linen, velvet, and sheer. They also come in different colors and designs, allowing you to choose one that will fit your interior’s look. Big flowing curtains can make your interior look more romantic and elegant. These curtains usually puddle on the floor. If you want a more tailored, clean, and simple look, choose curtains that skim the floor or brush your window sill.

If you want to let in more natural light, such as in your living room, you can use sheer curtains. They should be avoided in bedrooms since they do not offer you much privacy. If you want curtains that look luxurious and rich, velvet curtains will do. Of course, you have to match your hardware with your curtains. For example, sheer and silk curtains can use thin bars, while velvet curtains can use bigger and decorative rods.

Decorate the windowsill.

You can play up your windowsill and make it a focal point with some seasonal decorations. For Halloween, you can dress it up with pumpkins and some cinnamon sticks. You can dress it up with lights or garlands for the Christmas season. You can even set up your cacti collection or small plants on your windowsill. Just ensure that you use the same pots for your plants to give them a streamlined look. Book lovers can display their collections on their windowsill. Vases and picture frames also make great windowsill decorations.

Dressing up your home and updating its look does not need to be expensive. There are many inexpensive ways that you can change the look of your home’s interior. One of them is by dressing up your windows.

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