Insulate your home with window treatments

Window treatments add layers of fabric at the window to deflect frigid air or blazing heat. They can make your rooms more comfortable and improve the energy efficiency of your home. On the flip side, if window treatments are designed to open as much as possible, cool breezes can circulate through open windows on balmy days.


Through the use of lining and interlining, soft window treatments can absorb sound and buffer street noise, making a significant difference in how your home feels to your family and guests. We've all been in noisy restaurants with hard surfaces everywhere - they lack fabric window coverings, upholstery or carpets to absorb sound. The same principle applies to the rooms in your home. Draperies that are interlined offer the maximum noise absorption.


Window treatments that provide privacy are especially important in bedrooms, baths and dressing areas for obvious reasons. They help create a feeling of intimacy in the master bedroom.