Trend #2 – Color
As homeowners become more color-confident, we’re seeing a move toward bolder and warmer tones in blinds and shades. The overall palette is still soft, but mid-tone colors like purples, orange and red hues are popping up in the new collections. Here is a great example of how to use color on your windows. We love how these golden sheer horizontal blinds play off the warm wood tones and add a warm ambiance to this bathroom (HD Silhouette Window Shadings in Parisian Summer from the Matisse Collection).
Notice what happens when you add a little color and texture to simple roller shades. The Comfortex Serenade roller shades in eggplant (pictured below) add instant drama to this kitchen. To try this in your own home, simply choose a hue that compliments your room’s overall color scheme. The design consultants at Pucher’s can help you pick the right color and then help you find the perfect window treatment!
Trend #3 – Pattern
If you want your window treatments to make a statement, check out the new patterned blinds and shades. Roller shades, roman shades and now cellular shades are available in patterns ranging from scrolls, florals, textured looks, designer-inspired silhouettes, polka dots as well as accent borders. The Comfortex Persona collection allows you custom design your own window treatments! You can choose from the patterns and colors in their design library or submit your own photo, graphic or design and they will print it on your blinds and shades.
The Comfortex Persona collection is ideal for kids and teens. They can create blinds and shades for their room with their favorite designs & colors, pics, and team logos. How cool is that?
We’re seeing blinds and shades in bolder, more saturated colors as well as patterns like scrolls, florals, stripes, textured looks and paisleys. The Comfortex Persona Collection even allows you (and your kids) to custom design your own window treatments! The design consultants at Pucher’s would love to show you all the great design options.