Browse all current and past decorating ideas from our ‘Fresh Ideas’ Newsletter. We always make sure to follow the world of interior design, so you can be sure that you’re getting the top trends when it comes to decorating ideas from Reef Window Treatments. Keep in mind that we’re always working on making sure that our ideas will never fall behind, but we’re also dedicated to timeless styles that will look every bit as modern in ten years as they do today. You can pick gorgeous and trendy window treatments today with the expectation that you’ll never look at them as though they were dated.
Side tables shouldn’t be a sidelight in your interior plan. Learn how to put them into focus.
Greige (gray + beige) is the trending neutral in interior design.
Bring spring indoors by adding floral patterns to your home décor.
Transform the feeling of your home with a mix of textures.
Take your décor to new heights with a focus on your ceilings.
Add the color of happiness to your home.
Five ways ottomans can enhance a room.
A touch of the old can make your home décor look new.
Every room needs just a bit of black!
Open up your design plan with dramatic windows.
Add warmth, beauty, and function with an area rug.
Whimsical accents add an unexpected touch.
Add a touch of rosé to make your interior crisp and refreshing.
Adding a glass table will help your room feel larger and more airy.
Shape your home office into a space with personality.
Everything you need to consider when buying a new sofa.
Create a natural, peaceful feeling with green home accents.
Light blue décor soothes the senses.
Leather adds great texture and color to a room.
Upgrade your master bathroom to a five-star retreat.
Light up your home by adding a stunning chandelier – it can completely change the look of a room!
Wood design elements add color, texture, grain, and a touch of nature to your room.
A coffee table shouldn’t be an insignificant afterthought near the end of planning your living room or great room. It’s a pivotal design element that can add drama and personality to your interior design plan.
The most common neutrals used in home design are shades of white and beige. Gray is a surprising and elegant alternative that’s flexible and sensuous, and never drab or mousy, despite its stereotype.
Often we think about vases solely as vessels to display fresh flowers – and it is nice to bring some of outdoor nature inside! But they are so much more. Vases work alone or in groups of two or more, placed close together.
Most home interiors have lots of straight lines and square – or almost square – corners. Instead, why not think outside the box and add some curved design elements to your interior design plan?
Warm up the mood in your living environment by adding candles to your décor. They’re perfect for the cold winter months and continue to add beauty all year long.
Believe it or not, brass is popular again as a home decorating choice. The shiny, lacquered brass that was in favor a generation ago has been replaced by a softer, gentler version of brass.
Spruce up your fireplace now and enjoy a warm, cozy experience all winter long. With a little carefully planned TLC, your hearth can become the centerpiece of your home.
You may be the type of person that goes all out for the holidays – and that’s great. But don’t despair if you want a holiday feeling in your home, but also want to keep it simple.
Pillows seem like a small detail in a decorating scheme, yet they can add so much color, texture and personality to the look of your home. A few pillows can have a big impact!
Lime is a bold, extroverted color. Given its drama and intensity, it’s surprising that the hue works beautifully with many color palettes.
Built-in seating feels cozy and inviting – and it can be very versatile, providing not just an additional place to sit, but additional display space or even storage.
Complementary colors add energy to a room, yet at the same time, they make us feel comfortable and complete.
A red accent can create a focal point in your room – and it adds passion to your interior look!
A beautiful bathtub can change the way you think about your bathroom. See ideas for creating a relaxing, stress-relieving retreat.
Adding a storage solution to your dining room can transform this room from clutter to clean.
White is a clear, clean choice for summer decorating, yet it lasts throughout the year, lightening a room on dark winter days.
Books add color, texture and scale. Most of all, they create a point of interest and conversation for your guests.
A beautiful headboard adds instant style to your bedroom.
Pastel colors make your room feel lighter and more delicate.
Blending your interior and outdoor living spaces enhances summer enjoyment.
Learn how you can create a beach house look in your home.
Adding metal trim to your furniture creates a timeless look.
Copper adds unique style and creates a warm mood.
Adding color to your décor can cheer up your house – and your life!
Relaxed furniture can help you slow down and unwind.
A new counter can top off your kitchen or bath beautifully.
Modern art adds a focal point and conversational interest.
Vintage finds and antiques add depth and personality to your décor.
A shot of espresso adds a positive jolt to your decor.
Interior design trends are always changing, which is precisely why Reef Window Treatments is working to ensure that we only provide the latest so you can keep your space updated. Professional buildings, restaurants, private homes and even resorts need modern window treatments for functional as well as decorative reasons.
Window treatments help you control sunlight and protect your interiors from harmful rays of the sun, which has helped to make them seem like a necessity. However, it’s the way that these pieces can be incorporated with other design elements of your room that really makes them shine.
Consider how you can feature different textures and colors all throughout your home.
Say you wanted to monolithically design with one single color. For instance, you could decorate with pink or black, which are both viewed as trendy options these days. You’d want to potentially offset the design with neutral-colored window treatments. Hunter-Douglas provides a series of blinds that offer neutral colors and materials so you can have them positioned anywhere.
Others might want to either add texture via rugs and furniture or perhaps through the window treatments themselves. If this sounds familiar to your current design needs, then you’ll want to pair the opposite with whatever you’re doing.
For instance, if you’re opting for cellular honeycomb shades, then you could pair them with more neutral furnishings. Then again, some designers might want to actually purposefully go out of their way to include additional textured materials in a room. This could give an old-fashioned rustic look that’s actually quite in. Sometimes retro styles come back in a big way, and we’re always making sure to keep an eye out for any time that one of these becomes a how window treatment design trend that the world’s going to want in the near future.
On the other hand, you might want to pair these with more neutral textures of window treatments and keep stronger and rougher ones present all throughout your room. At Reef Window Treatments, we’ll make sure to keep our finger on the pulse of the design community so you can be sure that you’re getting the latest information and ideas on how you’ll want to dress up your rooms to give them the most modern and trendy appeal no matter how much tastes change in the near future.
Once you’re ready to learn more about what kind of materials you can work with to makeover your room, make sure to contact us online and tell us more about your spaces. We’ll be sure to work with you to get you the best window treatments for your specific scenario.
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