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How to jazz up a single window

Ruched fabric can make single windows quite stylish.

Ruched fabric can make single windows quite stylish.

Just because your single windows stand alone, that doesn't mean they don't deserve the same TLC as coupled fixtures. After all, now that Valentine's Day has come and gone, it's time to turn our attention to pair-less home features. Many homes boast standalone windows in their kitchens, bathrooms or other nooks in the home. If you're having trouble decorating single windows, take a look at these helpful tips:

  • Arched valance: "The best thing about a narrow window is that dressing it in fabric can be less expensive, but don't skimp on style," writes a blogger for Better Homes and Gardens. "An attractive arch, modified shirring, and a border treatment of tiny pleats gives this valance a look that is as important as a set of full-scale draperies."
  • Creative hardware: To draw attention to your single window, use jazzy hardware for a one-of-a-kind look. Hardware, which includes stylish tie-backs and curtain rods, can embellish your window treatments. If you're looking for snazzy hardware, take a look at our selection
  • Fancy fabrics: Whether you plan on making your singular window the center of attention, or you simply don't want it to get lost in the shuffle or your other home design features, fancier fabrics are the way to go. Choose from our array of affordable but upscale fabrics ranging from silk to velvet. These materials look great in living rooms and dining rooms, adding an extra touch of class to your window. 

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