Sliding basement windows – Curtains, thin and curtains on traverse rods, industrial ceiling-mounted rods, slabs, vertical blinds and shoji screens are options to choose from when sliding window treatments are desired. The most traditional sliding basement windows treatment is a pair of curtains, curtains or sheers mounted on a traverse pole. Traversing pole, often seen in hotel rooms for privacy and light management it provides, provides window treatment that needs to be opened or closed by pulling a rod or cord. The hook mounted draped or sheer just slides over the pole.
Sliding curtains slide over large panoramic sliding basement windows. They have a modern look. Popular in the 1970’s and 80’s, vertical blinds are again being used in modern decor. Slate curtains are made of a series of long vertical slats that can be tilted to direct light or pulled to slide open and stack to one side. Ceiling mounted rods have industrial workers in the towns look and are often used in lofts or other modern interior. These bars can wrap around corners for a large field of windows. They can also be used to drape a bed in curtains. Sheers or other curtains hang down from the ceiling rods on rings, spikes or tabs. The curtain can be pushed around the room to give privacy or leave in the sunlight. And also Japanese Shoji monitors can be used in both modern and Asian decorating schemes. They can be designed to slide across a window or a door on a track.
Another sliding door option for sliding basement windows is the modern rails canvas panel. Overlapping ceiling mounted vertical panels can slide sideways to allow sunlight into the living room, or slide back over the privacy window. They can be installed in a variety of configurations. Once closed, these panels have the appearance of fabric, canvas or a piece of modern art.