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I have a 1960 brick rancher and the master bedroom has 2 small windows 24"x 36" on one wall leading to the corner of the room, on the ajoining back wall is 1 small window same size. My king size bed with headboard is on this ajoining back wall.  I need help with window treatments. I can make the 2 windows on the side wall to look like one, but what do I do with the 1 window that is behind my bed and close to the corner of the room?

Great question.  You can "disguise" the window by covering it with a drape that pulls to the corner, and then "create" a window on the opposite side of the same wall with a drape that pulls back to that corner.  What you're looking for here is balance.


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