The ABCs of Window Treatment
A project by Window Works was featured in this article in Design NJ, New Jersey’s Home and Design Magazine.
Panels, a basic form of window treatment, are finished lengths of fabric that hang from a rod or other fixture at or above the top of the window and continue straight down, ending sometimes just below the window but more often at the floor. They add warmth and scale to a room and can be used alone, with sheers or shades underneath and/or a top treatment. After a period of over-the-top window treatments in the past two decades, simple panels are back in style. “The use of basic panels has swept the window treatment industry in the past several years,” says LuAnn Nigara of Window Works, a custom window treatment and awnings firm in Livingston. “Straightforward and unpretentious, panels are fashionable and versatile and can be adapted for nearly any window condition.”