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Shop for window treatments on Wayfair. From beautiful modern curtains with contemporary designs, to sleek white blinds and shades, Wayfair is your one stop shop for your window treatment needs. We carry designs from iconic brands like DwellStudio and have all the window hardware types and styles to make your living room makeover pop. With great deals, like curtains under $50 and limited time window treatment deals, it's easy to find the perfect choice for your contemporary home. Below are some modern window treatment options you have to choose from:

When you’re dressing windows in a formal room, look for window treatments made from heavy fabrics with a touch of luxury. Jacquard and damask prints offer subtlety, while a balance of shine and matte materials offer a poised look. Formal window treatments may be made of cotton, but they’re often made from luxe fabrics such as silk or velvet. Look for curtains and drapes that are long enough to hit the floor, or opt for window treatments that are 4 inches longer than you need. Allowing the draperies to pool on the floor adds stately elegance.

Window TreatmentsWindow treatments not only provide privacy to your home, they also add style & function to your décor. Whether you're coordinating curtains & panels with a bedding collection in your bedroom or adding color and privacy to your kitchen, this selection has what you need to keep your windows covered without sacrificing style. Treatments such as curtains, blinds, shades, valances and others can be found here.

Curtains & Drapes: Shop contemporary drapes and curtains in different colors such as grey, blue, or white. You can also look for curtains and drapes with different panel length and width dimensions. You also have the option to view modern curtains by single panel, panel pair or an entire collection.

Metal grommets, tab top curtains, and lightweight fabrics add an inviting appearance, making casual window treatments a popular choice for many different rooms. Roller shades and Roman shades are versatile options that work particularly well in high-traffic areas where you don’t want floor length window coverings. If you want a layered look — or if you want to skip shades in favor of panels only — stick with shorter panels that hit right at the windowsill or approximately 4 inches below it to give the windows a relaxed feel.

Traditional window treatments typically include three components: drapery with a sash and a valance. Swags and jabots can also offer a traditional look with a touch of elegance. Because these toppers don’t provide privacy, you might consider pairing them with simple drapes, shades or blinds. Popular traditional styles are inspired by the French countryside, British Colonial revival and 18th century England. Choose from solid colors, florals and other patterns in that coordinate with the rest of the room’s décor.

Most window treatments are categorized into four generally recognized styles: contemporary, traditional, casual, and formal. Each achieves a very different look, so decide upfront which style appeals to you.

Like tab top window treatments, this style offers a casual look. Instead of fabric loops, it features two pieces of fabric that you tie onto the curtain rod, which gives you a little wiggle room to adjust the length of the panels. Tie tops suggest a softer, unstructured flair.

Although many modernists prefer leaving their windows untreated, you can still adorn your windows while keeping with your minimalist style with clean lines. Look for simple shades made from natural materials, flat panels or curtains with tailored designs and graphic or geometric patterns. Opt for cordless or motorized blinds and shades, and cool metal hardware to complete the look. Want a layered look? Choose simple cotton sheers or sleek shades with neatly tailored panels.

Give some thought as to which kind of curtain hanging style you prefer. Hanging styles run the gamut from curtains hung with tab ties, a very casual treatment, to a pinch pleat look that is more sophisticated and tailored. The six most common hanging styles are: rod pocket, pinch pleat, tab top, tie top, back tab, and grommet.

Back tab curtains slide on to the rod and feature solid fabric on the front and open tabs in the back, which works well to conceal the rod. The tabs also offer an attractive draping, with soft folds. These are best hung on rods with a flat front.