What to put on my windows and sliding door
Just moved in, help? Want to get new furniture, paint walls...
Looking for advice on window treatment
What to do with the fireplace?
Ellen, as you have two high windows that do not need cover - especially when they add so much light to the room, if you wanted to have curtains on the large corner windows, there could be one stacking left on the street side and one stacking right on the other, with fixed roman blinds over the two high windows, using the same fabric. These will act like a pelmet and it will seem that the window goes to the ceiling and the whole effect gives a gracious look to the room (and I am so over roller blinds, they are practical, but boring).
This is a sheer curtain, but I think you require something denser to keep out prying eyes at night. Sheer curtains don't permit much vision from the street during the day, just movement. At night when the light is on it is the reverse. So you could have block-out blinds behind the sheer curtains that are just lowered at night.
Otherwise, you could have decorative curtains and blind, below are the latest ideas from Europe; I have tried to give you a variety of styles, as there was no mention of which direction you wish to proceed in your home.
All food for thought, have fun.
Dear Ellen, further to yesterday's images, I have sketched the idea for your Spare Bedroom below:
You need softness in a Bedroom. Just be careful with the dual blinds due to the size of the bracket. I would suggest Rolle blind Recessed into the window reveal, and on the larger floor to ceiling window a soft sheer over the top of the roller blind. Below the blinds have been fitted at the top, but just an example of softness with the sheer