Part of designing your interior is striking a balance between popular trends and creating a unique feel for your home. On the one hand, you don't want to make decor choices that are just plain bad, but you also don't want to use window treatment ideas that everyone else is doing. One way to hit that middle ground is to go with warm colors for your door and window hardware.
It's common to see silver and nickel-colored curtain rods, door knobs and hinges throughout most houses, and it makes sense, as it's easy to come up with curtains and shades that go well with these hues. It also makes it easy to match your dinner flatware and other metal items with your overall interior. But as a recent article in local paper The Buffalo News points out, gold and brass-colored items go perfectly with the fall and autumn mood, helping you usher in the Halloween and Thanksgiving holiday season.
Some people think of gold as being a gaudy color, but not all shades are created equal. A lighter, more champagne-colored brass or gold metallic surface can will go nicely with deep shades of red and brown, creating a nice, subtle combination that will provide accents for your room rather than overwhelming the rest of your interior.
The thing to remember about curtains and window treatments is that you need not spend a lot of money to completely revamp your home and create a brand new, exciting aesthetic. Instead, check out the latest deals at Half Price Drapes, where we carry the latest fall trends for drapes and curtains.