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Some Ideas Tuscan Window Treatments

Tuscan Window Treatments – The Tuscan style decoration is a style of decoration that was developed in Italy and around the Mediterranean Sea. This style uses simple furniture and window treatments and is mainly based on earth tones that contrast with deep white and blue. Tuscan window treatments are generally spacious and bright, but there are several different styles of window treatments to choose from. Traditional Tuscan window coverings come in two different styles.

Tuscan Window Treatments Bathroom

Tuscan Window Treatments Bathroom

The Tuscan country style uses a very simplistic design when it comes to window treatments. The original style of poor villages where people could not afford luxurious curtains. Country tuscan window treatments are simple white curtains, with wooden shutters or blinds that cover the windows. Roman blinds were often a large part of the Tuscan style. The blinds were used to cover the windows during the cold seasons of the year or to block bad weather. Blinds can be used inside the house as well as for Tuscan style decor.

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Choose dark greens, terra cotta or brown colors for the most authentic look. They can be hinged to open and close blinds or nailed to the outside of the tuscan window treatments to show. Tuscan curtains are generally white and made of light fabrics like cotton. These curtains were generally about the same length as the window, or even shorter. Lace panels are often placed on the curtains or along the hem.

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