Type of window treatments: 12 Types of Window Treatments

12 Types of Window Treatments

12 Types of Window Treatments

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Updated September 14, 2022

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Looking for window treatment ideas? Meet our top 12 favorite types.

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No matter the types of windows in your home, take a look at these 12 treatments and learn about the unique features each product provides.

What Are Window Treatments?

Window treatments are anything that modifies a window—usually some sort of covering like shades or shutters that amp up a window’s look. There are so many different types of window treatments, and each one offers a different aesthetic and functionality.

1. Roman Shades

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Roman shades consist of one continuous piece of fabric, featuring horizontal folds down the length of the shade. These folds lay flat against the window when down but fold up nicely when raised, combining the soft look of fabric drapery with the functionality of a shade.

2. Shutters

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Shutters are a classic window treatment choice, adding architectural design directly to your windows. Shutters are on the lower end of custom window treatment costs but can add value to your home.

The elegant design of shutters looks attractive from both the inside and the outside.

3. Solar Shade Window Treatments

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Solar shades are also known as “window sunglasses” for their opaque design that allows you to preserve your outside view while also providing considerable light control. Available in openness factors ranging from 3 to 14 percent, you will want to choose a higher openness to let in more light and preserve your view.

4. Wood Blinds

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Wood blinds are a classic choice for windows and outlast trends or styles. Made of real wood, using various grains and stains, wood blinds remain durable through the years. The warm look of wood blinds pairs well with other wood furniture, flooring and trim.

5. Faux Wood Blinds

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Faux wood blinds have the same look as real wood, but are more affordable window treatments because they’re made out of PVC, vinyl or composite wood material. Faux wood blinds are also moisture resistant, making them a great choice for kitchens and bathrooms where real wood would otherwise warp and crack.

6. Cellular Shades

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Cellular shades are the best insulators of all energy-efficient window treatments. They get their name and insulating properties from their fabric honeycomb cells that trap air between the window and the room. This results in heat gain in the winter and heat loss in the summer.

7. Woven Wood Shades

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Window treatment manufacturers make woven wood shades out of a variety of materials, including grasses, reeds and bamboo. These textured shades instantly add a casual, natural feel to your space. You may add liners to increase privacy or include fabric trim to further customize the woven wood shade to your room.

8. Panel Track Blinds

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Panel track blinds are made out of a series of fabric panels that slide back and forth to give you optimal light control and privacy.

These blinds are a modern alternative to vertical blinds for covering large windows or sliding glass doors.

9. Roller Shades

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Roller shades are one of the most affordable options when it comes to covering your windows. These shades roll up neatly onto a tube, making them appear minimal and discreet when raised. With blackout and light-filtering options, you can choose the amount of light control that you wish for any given room.

10. Sheer Shades

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Sheer shades are an elegant window covering. These popular window treatments feature two sheer fabric facings over soft fabric vanes.

When vanes are open, diffused light is let inside, and your view to the outside is preserved.

When closed, however, room-darkening styles of sheer shades will completely block out light.

11. Pleated Shades

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Pleated shades are made from a single piece of fabric with pleats that collapse and stack neatly as you raise the shade. This slat-like effect gives your home a casual, semi-sheer look that allows a considerable amount of light to filter through the window.

12. Drapery

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Drapery adds style and elegance to your home while also providing functional light control and privacy. Panels hang vertically from hardware at the top to your desired window treatment length.

Available in many different styles, fabrics, colors and patterns, you can easily coordinate drapery to layer with any existing window treatments or simply use panels only.

Other Considerations for Custom Window Coverings

When looking at the different types of window treatments, remember that child-safe features including cordless and motorized operation are available for all categories.

Before you make a choice about which window treatment to use, consider what you will be doing in each given room. Whether you are sleeping, playing or cooking, you can customize your shade to match your style and provide all of the functions you need. However, if you want to spruce up your windows without adding drapes or shades, decorative window film, which comes in a variety of patterns and colors, can make a big visual impact for a lower cost.

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Katie is the in-house designer at Blindsgalore. She has created bright looks for windows and rooms for more than 10 years.

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16 Types of Window Treatments

Ever since I moved apartments three weeks ago, the first thing anyone asks when they see me is “how’s the new place?” And lately, my response has been the same: “It’s all done—except the window treatments!” That’s because, though they serve an important purpose and can often take up some of the most real estate of anything in a room, window treatments can be tough to navigate. There are just so many options—do I go with curtains? Blackout or sheer? Roller shades? Blinds? Dare I say…Roman shades? Plus, given that they can be an investment piece, you don’t want to settle on the wrong one.

To help you be better informed than I was for your next move (or redesign, renovation, or simple refresh), I tapped the experts at The Shade Store, a designer go-to for window trimmings of all kinds, to give us the rundown. I also asked a few trusted designers how they use them themselves. Read on to hear what they had to say.

Don’t put it off

Adam Skalman, The Shade Store’s VP of sales, says the biggest mistake people make in the process is procrastinating. “I would encourage everyone to get started choosing window treatments early in the interior decorating process,” he advises. “Planning ahead will ultimately make your space feel more carefully curated, with room left in the budget for finishing touches.

Designer Kevin Isbell agrees. “More often times than not we start with the window treatment and work around them, as they do become the focal point,” he reveals.

Robin Gannon opted for a combination of tailored pleat drapery in a Pierre Frey fabric and blinds (The Shade Store’s Waterfall Woven Wood Shade) in this bedroom.

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Select your product

Skalman has sold pretty much every type of window treatment under (or , rather, blocking) the sun. The first thing he has to say about any type of treatment: “They should be an investment.” And, as part of that, “they should be custom to your space.” Instead of snagging the least offensive option from Amazon, take the time to think about how you want light to filter into your space, then work with that.

“I would start with the product type first,” Skalman advises (see below for a full rundown of the options). “Once I’ve decided on the product type, I would move on to materials and patterns.

Roman shades in The Shade Store’s Pendleton x Sunbrella collection.

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Know your material

It’s important to consider what type of material is best for what application. For example, some sheers may filter light nicely, but they won’t hold up to wear in, say, a kids’ room. “Knowing how a fabric will drape, whether it will stretch out over time and how it is going to look with different types of light coming through are all important technical aspects that will affect how the window treatment will look once installed,” says designer Alizee Brion.

Skalman advises you to work with a professional, like The Shade Store’s Design Consultants, to determine what works best. “People try to do it all themselves. I really believe you need professionals to help guide you through the window treatment process, especially with measurement and installation,” he says. “You’re going to live with your window treatments for a long time, so you should get something that’s made very well—and just for you.

“A simple tailored pleat, hung from rings, and a break just above the floor keeps the look neat and tidy,” says Kevin Isbell, who put this tailored pleat drapery from The Shade Store in his writer’s lounge at this year’s Kips Bay Palm Beach Designer Showhouse.

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Get the right fit

“The custom fit of any window treatment is critical,” says Brizon. Not only does a well-fitted window treatment make a room look polished, it can also improve less than polished rooms. “Properly scaled window treatments can enhance a room and hide a multitude of sins,” says designer Kevin Isbell. “Less than desirable ceiling height? Hang the drapery as near to the crown molding as possible so the eye is drawn up. Widows not wide enough? Have the window treatment stack a bit wider on each side so the eye perceives a lager window beyond what is actually shown.” Robin Gannon agrees: “We tend to use window treatments to correct a lot of interior architecture,” she says.

Master these terms

Finally, we asked Skalman to break down the different types of treatments on the market—what they are, what they do, and how to use them.

Roller Shades “have a minimalist look and feel, and are available in light-filtering and blackout styles to control light and privacy,” says Skalman. As you may have guessed, they open and close by rolling over a central dowel, meaning they lay flat when open. “They’re a great way to showcase beautiful textures and patterns,” Skalman says.

Roman Shades “blend the softness of drapery with the functionality of shades,” says Skalman. “There are numerous styles, each crafted to control light and frame your windows in their own unique way.” These shades fold up into themselves to open, usually via a chain pull.

Pleated Shades “are exactly what they sound like — a series of expanding pleats,” says Skalman. “They have a crisp, clean look and help to control light and privacy within your space.”

Cellular shades in a bathroom.

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Honeycomb, or Cellular Shades “have a clean and simple look similar to pleated,” Skalman says. They get their name from the expanding “cells,” which look like honeycomb from the side. Not only are they available in light-filtering and blackout options Skalman says, but they also can help provide insulation.

Solar Shades “are designed with varying transparencies to not only provide light control and privacy, but also to help protect your interior from harmful UV rays and fading,” says Skalman.

Blinds are any options that feature “adjustable slats to control light and privacy in your space,” says Skalman.

Blackout shades filter all light, perfect for light sleepers who like to drift off in total darkness.

Drapery is an umbrella term for any window treatment that hangs over or alongside the windows. Below are some common types:

A Shade Store pinch-pleat drape in a bathroom by Betsy Wentz.

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  • Ripple Fold Drapery has no pleat, and instead “features simple, elegant waves that cascade gracefully.”
  • Tailored Pleat Drapery “is a classic design,” Skalman says. It’s characterized by “repeating sewn folds at the top.”
  • Pinch Pleat Drapery features pleats sewn at just the top, giving fabric the look of being pinched from the end (the image at the top of this story shows an Aerin fabric by The Shade Store in pinch pleat). Designer Betsy Wentz is a fan: “When it comes to window treatments, I like to keep it simple and let the fabric shine,” she says. “A full set of drapery panels can literally transform a space.”
  • Grommet Drapery has metal rings within the fabric which the curtain rod runs through.
  • Inverted Pleat Drapery is “creatively designed to hide top-stitching,” Skalman says, giving it a “crisp, clean appearance.”
  • Goblet Drapery is a more ornate style. “If you look closely at the top, you’ll see handcrafted pleats that look just like classic goblets,” Skalman says.
  • Cubicle Drapery features small grommets or holes for hooks that hang from a track. “This is a budget-conscious option,” says Skalman.
  • Rod Pocket Drapery features a top “pocket” with openings at both ends for the rod. The curtain fabric spreads across the rod when shut and “gathers beautifully when opened,” says Skalman.
  • Sheer Drapery “is a semi-transparent style that lets soft light filter into your space,” Skalman explains. “It looks great alone, but we suggest layering it with solids or patterns for added depth.”

“I love simple panels and great blinds,” says Alessandra Branca, who covered a whole wall of this terrace with them.

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Slopes for plastic windows – what to choose

Mounting slopes – the final stage of window installation. We will tell you which slopes to choose so that you do not think about replacing them for many years and enjoy the beauty and warmth of your windows.

Slopes give the opening a beautiful look and protect from cold and moisture.

What are slopes

A slope is a part of a window opening between a wall and a frame. The slopes protect the mounting seams from moisture and destruction, prevent the formation of condensate, provide tightness, heat and noise insulation. With the help of slopes, you can emphasize the interior of the room. They hide unaesthetic seams, mounting foam, opening defects and decorate the window.

As a rule, speaking of slopes, they mean the inside of the window opening. But the outer slopes also sometimes need to be repaired. For them, plaster or metal is used. The range of finishes for internal slopes is more diverse. Most often, plaster, plastic or drywall are used. But there are slopes made of metal, tiles, decorative stone, wood and other materials.

Let’s take a closer look at the advantages and disadvantages of the most popular interior slope finishes.

Slope plaster

Slope plaster .

How to install

Several layers of plaster are applied to the surface of the slope, which level the surface. After the plaster dries, the slope is covered with putty, dried and carefully sanded. Then they paint or cover with whitewash.


  • the most economical way to finish
  • a wide range of building mixtures: you can choose the option that suits the aesthetic and technical characteristics – for example, moisture-resistant or decorative plaster
  • the joke is not afraid of humidity and is suitable for rooms with any conditions – a bathroom, an unheated house or a greenhouse
  • it is easy to repair a defect
  • no seams
  • suitable for non-standard windows: even in round window openings it is easy to create a smooth surface with plaster
  • 900 51 Disadvantages

    • low thermal insulation: plastered slopes cannot be insulated, they can freeze
    • short-lived: after a couple of years you will have to make cosmetic repairs to eliminate cracks and shedding
    • long-term installation: each layer of plaster must dry before laying the next one, so the installation period can stretch up to a week
    • leakage of the joint between the slope and the frame. There are no sealants that effectively isolate both plastic and plaster, so cracks often appear at the junction of the frame and the slope

    Plasterboard slopes

    Plasterboard finishing .

    How to install

    Slope drywall is a plate of gypsum with fillers covered with sheets of moisture-resistant cardboard. Usually a metal crate is installed to which drywall sheets are attached. For increased thermal insulation, a heater is placed under them. If the opening is without major chips and defects, drywall is glued with mounting foam without a crate. Then the slope is primed, puttied and painted. If you want to do without finishing, choose laminated drywall.


    • durability: with careful handling, the slopes will last more than 20 years, just like the window
    • quick and easy installation s
    • easy to achieve a smooth surface: drywall is already even, you just need to putty the seams
    • variety of finishes: you can choose the color and texture of the paint so that the slopes emphasize the design of the room


    • low moisture protection: even moisture resistant cardboard swells when exposed to water. If condensation forms on the windows, this will lead to aesthetic and technical defects
    • require careful handling: if the slope is broken, then the windows will have to be refinished
    • the seams must be puttied and painted
    • the joint between the window and the slope is leaking, as in the case of plastering

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    Plastic slopes

    Finishing the slope with plastic panels .

    How to install

    Double-sided sandwich panels are used for window slopes – polystyrene insulation coated with plastic. The panel is installed on mounting foam, all seams are coated with liquid plastic: it is the same color as the slope and window, and is more durable than sealant. The contour of the window opening is closed with a plastic corner in the color of the slope.

    Please note: experts do not recommend using single-sided or wall-mounted plastic panels for slope finishing.

    They are fragile and hollow inside. If you choose this option, you will have to additionally insulate the slope and spend more time and money on installation.


    • quick installation without debris and dust
    • no finishing required
    • increased thermal insulation: insulation is already included in the plastic slope
    • ideal for plastic windows, high quality seams can be sealed
    • not afraid of water
    • easy to clean
    • ideal option when you change only the window without repairing the entire room
    • corner goes over the wallpaper and protects them along the contour of the window opening
    • 900 39 a wide range of designs: you can choose from different colors or with a wood-like finish


    • if the plastic is damaged, you will have to change the entire panel
    • different quality of plastic at slopes and corners: corners can turn yellow and spoil the appearance of the window

    Which slopes to choose

    Due to the long and dirty finish, plaster is now used less and less. When repairing apartments and houses, plasterboard or plastic slopes are chosen because of the installation time, heat and sound insulation, durability and the ability to decorate them to your liking. When choosing, be guided by the functions of the room and your aesthetic preferences.

    Order turnkey windows at the Breathing Windows Factory: specialists will not only install the window, but also mount the slopes with high quality. Leave a request for a consultation, the manager will answer all your questions and sign up for a free measurement.

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    Modern windows are a complex engineering system.

    They consist of several components, each of which solves its own problems, providing unique design features and advantages. Windows differ in materials, size, shape, number of sashes, functionality. The variety of types and types of window structures allows you to choose the option for specific conditions of use.


    The window block consists of a plastic profile, double-glazed windows, fittings and sealing gaskets. The functionality of a double-glazed window directly depends on its characteristics.

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    • Tilt and turn. On the horizontal axis – recline, along the vertical line – open wide open. Are established on windows of any form.
    • Folding. The main function is ventilation, the doors open from above.
    • Swing. Depending on the installed fittings, it opens in any direction.
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    • Single chamber. Two glasses with an air cushion between them, suitable for glazing kitchens, balconies, outbuildings.

    • Two-chamber. They consist of triple glass and two air layers. Provide good sound and heat insulation.

    The frames are made of plastic – polyvinyl chloride, which does not collapse under the influence of solutions of alkalis, acids, detergents. Inside the frame there are from three to seven chambers with reinforcement made of galvanized steel sheet, which protect the structure from deformation. The profile is given the desired color and the required thickness.

    To give the profile tightness, seals are used that prevent precipitation and dust from getting inside. The control and fixation of the valves is carried out with the help of locking mechanisms, fittings.

    According to the level of thermal insulation, windows are divided into “warm” and “cold”.


    The warm glazing option will provide complete protection of the house from environmental influences, and the warm glazing of a balcony or loggia will additionally increase the usable living area.

    Energy-saving double-glazed windows have from one to five chambers filled with an air gap. The greater the number of layers, the better the heat-saving characteristics of the profile. If an inert gas is used as an air layer, then it gives the maximum effect of heat saving in combination with glass, which is coated with a special coating.

    Prices for warm glazing


    Aluminum glazing is mainly used in rooms where fresh air is needed, protection from dust and rain, but the issue of heat preservation is not in the first place. Aluminum is a light metal, fireproof, resistant to mechanical damage. Due to its durability and reliability, this method of glazing is used in the improvement of not only loggias and outbuildings, but also residential premises in areas with a mild climate.

    For cold glazing, aluminum profiles with single-chamber window systems without thermal breaks, thin double-glazed windows without heat-insulating qualities or single glass are used.

    Aluminum profiles are great for tilt-and-turn windows, hinged, sliding sashes and compartment windows. Due to their low weight, they are used for all types of balconies, as well as for remote glazing, due to which they increase the useful area of ​​\u200b\u200bthe balcony by 40-50 cm.

    Prices for aluminum glazing

    Aluminum warm

    An aluminum profile equipped with a thermal insert, a thermal break or a multi-chamber energy-saving double-glazed window will provide heat savings no worse than metal-plastic windows.

    Prices for warm aluminum glazing

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