This Westlake homeowner went with all three delicious flavors for a daughter’s bedroom window treatments–
Layer 1: A Hunter Douglas Duette black-out shade ( which is actually off-white) tucked up underneath — available at the flick of the wrist when darkness is desired during the day or when privacy is required at night.
Layer 2: A whimsical shade (fabric from the Kravet showroom in the Dallas Design Center) which can be opened or closed for privacy if necessary during daylight hours.
Layer 3: A groovy cornice crowns the window treatment and adds character and weight on the light-weight side of the room.
Yes, a la carte. Each layer was an additional cost. The budget conscious will opt for just one or two layers, while those with a sweet tooth or longer Shoe Strings may go for all three flavors. And maybe even add whipped cream and a cherry–