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Add Window Treatments to a Kitchen Design to Get your Income Cooking!

white and gold drapery panels and matching roman shades in a breakfast eating room

Creating custom window treatments for your clients is not only a great way to add more income to your interior design business, it's an important design detail that some designers overlook.

Woven blinds in a kitchen bay window kitchen banquette

You can open your own account with a company that makes blinds and shutters like Hunter Douglas, or Bali blinds. Having the ability to help your clients with their privacy issues can mean a glaring boost to your bottom line.

A pleated, relaxed roman shade over the kitchen sink.

This cute little pleated roman shade is a sweet addition to this kitchen window. By having access to designer fabrics, and working with a "to the trade" window treatment workroom, you can increase your profits and make your clients happy.

Relaxed roman shade with a natural printed cotton pattern

This all white kitchen looks scrumptious with the addition of the relaxed roman shade above the sink. It needed a little extra flavor.

Upholstered cornice board over a roman shade with decorative braid detail

Don't forget to add decorative details to your window treatments if you want to spice up your designs a bit. This chocolate upholstered cornice board is paired with a gorgeous decorative braid on the roman shades.

Black banding on relaxed roman shades over a window seat with designer throw pillows

Over the kitchen sink isn't the only place you can incorporate custom window treatments. What about creating a bench seat with some yummy designer throw pillows?

A simple pleated valance over a breakfast banquette

Even by adding this super simple valance over the breakfast banquette can add some green to your bank account.


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