Window Treatments & Interior Design | Vista CA

One of the most popular places to raise a family in the country, Vista manages to maintain its suburban feel even as it grows to include more residents. People are attracted to the town for its range of great amenities, the perfect climate year round, and proximity to the beach. Plus, there are a variety of home styles to suit everyone’s needs — from ramblers and ranch houses to haciendas and beach bungalows.

No matter if it’s a single-family home, townhouse, or apartment, what all the properties in Vista have in common are their attractive architecture. Make your home just as impressive inside as it is on the outside by paying attention to its interior design. A crucial element is the window treatments. The interior designers from 7 Sisters Interiors can provide you with expert advice to customize your window treatments for your home.

Window Treatments According to Your Interior Design Style

If you’re unsure where to begin with your window treatments, a good idea is to consider your interior design style as a whole. In Vista, homes tend to use the following styles.

Beach House

With Vista being near the coast, it makes sense that many residents like a beach house look. Window treatments should be long and flowing, often made from a sheer material and in colors like white, navy, or gold. It’s also ideal if your window treatments feature a pattern with an ocean theme, such as seashells, anchors, or lighthouses.

Bear in mind that in places like bedrooms, sheer materials may be unsuitable at night, particularly if you have streetlights right outside your windows. However, heavy materials may look oppressive during the daytime. A solution instead of deciding between blackout or sheer curtains to suit your needs some of the time is to have both. For instance, navy blackout curtains pair perfectly with white sheer curtains.

Boho or Eclectic

Although boho and eclectic are different interior design styles, they are similar enough that the same kinds of window treatments suit both. Choose a design that stands out, such as velvet drapes in a bold color like green, blue, or violet. To go a step further, choose drapes accented with gems or tassels. In the living room, it’s ideal if you match your drapes with the upholstery, whereas you may like to consider pairing your drapes with the headboard in the bedroom.

Rustic

Ranch-style homes often use a rustic interior design to add to the sense you’re in the suburbs rather than a big city. Natural materials are crucial, which translates into window treatments like traditional shades. The best solutions have UV protection to keep your furnishings safe from fading.

Contemporary

Many homes in Vista have a contemporary interior design style, which tends to feature clean lines and geometric shapes. Roller shades in a neutral color are ideal, although you may prefer drapes if you want a sleek look — this is especially effective when your windows have metal frames. As well as solid neutral tones, consider bold colors and geometric patterns.

Traditional

Dating back to the 18th century, traditional style has never lost its appeal — including in modern Vista homes. Sophistication is key, which you can gain from luxurious fabrics like silk or velvet. In addition to curtains, consider using blinds — made from either fabric or wood stained or painted to match your decor.

Retro

In between contemporary and traditional, there’s retro. Your home is likely retro if you have furniture of mostly dark wood with metallic handles. You have several options for timeless window treatments, including simple roller shades for their clean lines or more luxurious Roman shades. Vintage-style shutters with wooden slats are also great for this aesthetic, although they will require more upkeep.

Minimalist

Minimalism is all about doing more with less. It’s ideal if you prefer uncluttered spaces and see your home as a space of calm. Like everything in a minimalist home, window treatments should be as functional as they are aesthetic. This may mean anything from controlling light levels and reducing UV rays entering your home to framing views. For this reason, minimalist homes typically use shades, often in a neutral color palette.

Hunter Douglas Showroom

You can achieve all the above with window treatments from the Hunter Douglas showroom. The shades and blinds are all crafted with attention to detail to ensure their high quality and durability. This includes innovative solutions that feature modern technology, such as UV-filtering blinds and motorized electric shades you can control from your mobile device. As a Priority Hunter Douglas Dealer, 7 Sisters Interiors has access to all these products and to experienced installers.

Our interior designers will assess your current style and work with you to come up with ideas to achieve the exact look you want for your home. At 7 Sisters Interiors, we don’t just specialize in creating cohesion through window treatments — we know exactly what Vista homeowners are looking for.

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