I get bored with regular curtains or drapes. I like something that shows some creativity. I was web surfing and found six window treatments that I thought were unique.
Source: At Home On The Bay
This is just a weathered sign used as a valance for the window. If your window doesn’t look out over a street or busy area, you could get by with this window treatment. Or you could add blinds underneath.
Source: Town & Country Living
This window treatment reminds me of the vintage linens I have hanging in my kitchen window. But in this instance, it is vintage hankies. Cute and colorful!
Source: 11 Magnolia Lane
For those of you who love burlap (it makes me sneeze), this window treatment is for you. You could also use any kind of fabric. But burlap gives it a vintage-y look.
This one is made up of fabric napkins, and what could be easier to hang or change out? Coupled with the vintage mason jars on the shelf, this is really a sweet window treatment.
Source: The Painted Hive
I love this navy blue and white roller shade. The strip of fabric keeping it rolled up is also pleasing to the eye. Love the button!
This one from BHG.com is fun. I can’t tell if the hooks hang from a rod or from the shelf mid-way up the window. I love the idea of the shelf for extra storage. You could put potted herbs on display, as seen here, or add other pretties to enjoy while you wash dishes.