Windows Interior / October 5, 2018 / Milena Montanez.
Sunbursts, or palladium windows, are attractive ways to allow additional light into a place. (These are the half-arched windows you often see over doorways or above another window.) However, there may be times when you want to reduce the light or dress up the room a bit.
Palladium window treatment patterns can vary from treatments that work within the window frame to a more traditional hanging approach. As with arched windows, a straight hanging option can work, although this hides the beauty of the sunburst window, mainly when the window incorporated etched or other decorative glass set-ins. Get creative with your window treatment pattern and hanging methods.
As with arched windows, using a variety of scarf and tieback holders is a simple way to hang a sunburst window treatment. You can create a fanned look using fabric for sewing palladium window treatments, for example. Also provides you much more flexibility in color and texture options than if you purchase specialty-made blinds for arched or palladium windows. If you dislike sewing, consider using a no-sew pattern, or experiment with different materials, such as branches, fake flowers, vines, and other nature-inspired elements. Smaller windows, such as sunburst windows, are a great way to use alternative decorating materials.