One of the most coveted features in a kitchen is a window, especially if it’s located over the sink. It brings in beautiful natural light and improves the overall aesthetic appeal of the kitchen. To draw your eye to the window, there are a ton of great ideas for dressing it up. From color and pattern to style and size, there are many factors to consider. It can be a lot of fun to choose a window treatment and there are even many cool DIY ideas out there that are affordable and easy. Here are 10 kitchen window treatment ideas that can inspire you for your own.
A colorful pattern on a Roman shade can add a pop of color and interest to a neutral kitchen like it did in this sleek gray space.
You have an opportunity to add some personality to your kitchen by choosing a charming window treatment like this Roman shade with the word “eat” on it.
Cafe curtains offer an old-fashioned appeal that is charming and easy to make yourself. Check out this tutorial from Woman’s Day.
A grass cloth Roman shade fits perfectly with the other natural elements of this warm and neutral kitchen.
The beautiful arch over the kitchen window has been accented perfectly with this blue balloon curtain, showing off the curves and elegance of the space.
If you aren’t worried about having extra privacy, a window cornice is a beautiful detail to add to a window. Choose a coordinating pattern to make the most of it.
For this large window, a Roman shade was placed two-thirds of the way down rather than at the top to break up the space and add shade and coverage only where it was necessary.
Curtains don’t always have to pop with color or pattern; these simple Roman shades blend in with the creamy cabinets and contribute to the clean look of the kitchen.
Instead of one long shade, you can choose to do two for a different look. The pattern on these shades pulls in the grays and pops of red to add a bit of life to the window.
This unique window covering was made without sewing using Ikea fabric, screen molding, staples and twine. Very chic!
Enhancing a window with the right treatment can add a lot of style to a kitchen.