An article by Houzz with tips on how to dress a bay window. Decoration tips are provided by a number of architects including Studio 29. We contributed a photo of our completed refurbishment in Holland Park, West London – the dining room bay was not only used to house the circular table to maximise space but was bounded with a perimeter of voile curtains. The curtains can be closed off to create a private area from that of main living spaces and front the outdoor areas. The sheerness of the curtains allows softened natural light to enter the space giving a background glow during the day and a shield from the darkness of the evening.
The curtains were hung using a curtain rail which has a flat profile so the fixings are concealed in the ceiling above the dining area. The ceiling was purposely raised so only the curtain drop could be seen and give definition between the various living areas in the lower ground floor.
Please click on the link below for the full article:
These curtains were bespokenly made by Pat Giddens curtains http://patgiddens.com/