To Google "curtains on palladium windows." It's some mean, mean stuff going on there, I tell you.
But I have a palladium window thing going on in the bun's room and I really needed some ideas. Mostly my searching has led me to what I do not want, but there was one image that I thought might work. It's kind of a sweet look (for a bedroom).
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I have also seen some where a roman shade is made to incorporate the rounded part of the window, but that would also mean it's entirely blocked all the time. The light! The light!
So, all that to say, I'm not sure where I will end up. I plan to measure for blinds this weekend and I have already ordered sample blinds to pick the right color to match the trim. I plan to order blinds for the 2 windows in the Bun's room and for the master bathroom and bedroom. The rest I will hold off on. I think the den might end up with roman shades. And maybe the Bun's room will end up with just curtains and maybe those light blocking window panels? I just am at a loss with that one window and that window is going to drive the bus up there - one of the palladium windows has the typical sash below it where you could install a shade. The other one has a kind of faux sash about halfway down, oh heck, it's not like I even know what I'm talking about and I'm sure I am massacring window treatment terminology and making people cringe - here:
See? Total mess of a situation right there. Picture it without green walls and without that carpet, please. It kills me to show you it like this but my access is limited due to the floor work. (Insert happy dance of progress!)