Windows and Interior Design

Not all designers work with a blank canvas. For instance, think of the job of an interior designer. Often times they are working with a room that already has some furniture and furnishings but they need to figure out what they can do to bring it all together. There are many ways to do this, a piece of art hanging up on one wall, changing the wall color, tossing in a throw rug. However, for a room with a lot of window space a designer can dramatically change the “feel” of a room by updating the window treatments.

Blinds, shades, drapes, they all come in hundreds of colors and tons of different materials so an interior designer can really pick the perfect window treatment for a room.


Of course, not all of us have the luxury of being able to hire an interior designer to maximize the potential of our home’s rooms. So what can you do? There are plenty of stores that are staffed with window treatment experts, such as Budget Blinds, who will listen to your thoughts and look at images of your rooms to recommend shades that are a perfect fit. You don’t have to be rich to have beautiful window treatments that pull a room together.

The next time you’re thinking about a designer remember that they come in many forms. An interior designer is just as important as a logo designer who is just as important as a packaging designer. Everything you interact with in your life, whether it’s a chair or a pen or a car, was designed by someone.