Window Treatments & Interior Design | Point Loma CA

Point Loma is significant for being the landing place of the first European expedition to arrive at California. The residents of Point Loma are proud of this history — almost as much as they are of their homes.

Residential properties in Point Loma range from luxury waterfront homes to condominiums, although most are single-family homes. They come in diverse styles, including mid-century modern, Spanish revival, ranch, and ultra-modern. In terms of interior design and window treatments, each of these styles requires something different. 7 Sisters Interiors will work with you to ensure you make the right decisions for your home.

Window Treatment Ideas for Every Room

In addition to the style of your home as a whole, the right window treatments depend on what room you’re decorating. Our team has some suggestions, specifically for Point Loma properties, to help you start thinking about what you may like for your own home.

Living Rooms

White and other neutral tones are always perfect for window treatments in coastal homes, especially if you have furnishings in bold colors near your windows to provide contrast. If most of your living room is in neutral tones, however, you may like to opt for a pattern on the curtains to bring some visual interest to the space.

For large windows in a living room, nothing beats flowing curtains. If you want more control of light levels, pairing sheer curtains with shutters is ideal.

Dining Rooms

Your dining room is the ideal place to try some creative ideas. For instance, you may like to consider using half window treatments. These keep the top of the window exposed to allow in the maximum amount of natural light but provide shade at eye level to keep light levels comfortable when you’re enjoying a meal or midday coffee.

Alternatively, if you want to create a dramatic effect in a formal dining room, you may like to install a valance at the top of your window. This is a great option if you have mounting hardware you’d like to hide.

Lastly, many dining rooms in Point Loma homes have high ceilings. If this is the case for your home, draw attention to the expansiveness of the room by installing drapes higher than the windows.

Kitchens

It’s common for families in Point Loma to spend more time in the kitchen than in any other room in the house. With attractive window treatments, the kitchen becomes inviting, rather than just functional. Since kitchens in modern Point Loma homes tend to be white or stainless steel, you may like to use window treatments to add some color.

The right treatments will depend on the location of the windows. For instance, if they’re close to the sink, stove, or where you prepare food, it’s best to choose a material that’s easy to clean and unlikely to damage, such as faux wood. This may look almost identical to real wood, but it won’t warp, bow, or fade. If your windows are in other areas of the kitchen, you have more options. However, families with young children and pets should look for blinds or shades without exposed cords.

Bedrooms

Some of the most challenging windows are those in bedrooms, due to your differing needs according to the time of day. Rather than choosing between blackout or sheer curtains, find a solution that incorporates both. For instance, layer curtains to frame your views and to let in some light during the day over some blackout shades you can pull down at bedtime.

Bathrooms

An often-neglected room in terms of interior design is the bathroom. If you’re lucky enough to have a bathroom with a window, take advantage of the natural light while using window treatments to gain privacy. Roman shades tend to be ideal because they allow you to control light and also absorb sound, which is important in a room with mostly hard surfaces. Plus, they come in materials suitable for bathrooms, including materials with mildew resistance.

Hunter Douglas Showroom

At 7 Sisters Interiors, we recommend window treatments from the Hunter Douglas showroom. In addition to being high quality and featuring innovative designs, they are customizable in regard to everything from style to material and color. Plus, the Hunter Douglas collection offers modern solutions like motorized electric shades. These have a quiet operation and integrate with your smart home for control from your phone or tablet.

Whether you want to refresh the window treatments in your entire home or just focus on one or two rooms, make sure you gain the best possible results by working with an experienced interior designer. The team at 7 Sisters Interiors is familiar with the unique needs of residents in Point Loma. We’ll provide you with a personalized service to ensure your window treatments coordinate perfectly with the rest of your home.

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