Whether it's the corner office or the bedroom at the end of the hall, rooms on the corner of a building are always more desirable than their middle-of-the-hall counterparts. This has to do with the fact that rooms on the corner of a building usually feature windows on both of the outer walls, providing the opportunity for cross-ventilation between windows, as well as views of the great outdoors from two different vantage points.
Depending on the size of the space, this can create an issue in terms of design. While in some rooms, the windows are far enough apart that they can and should be treated as their own entities, other times, there is little more than the seam in the wall separating the two sections of glass, which can make it a challenge to find the right window treatments to suit the space.
Rather than treating it like two separate windows that need their own sets of drapes, it's a much better idea to think of them as one. The result will be a more continuous effect, and if done well it can sometimes appear as if there is just one window in the room. Choose a beautiful set of silk drapes – consider picking from our amazing variety of banded Thai silk that will add real depth to the space – and hang them on the outside corners of your windows, rather than on either side of both.
For the full effect, ensure that your hardware is the same for each window, and consider making use of a tieback on each panel. This way, the windows will relate to one another instead of existing in a vacuum. Improve your view and highlight the beautiful corner windows in your room using this easy technique.