These are the same books, one is more recent but has the same information!



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Interior Design Scavenger Hunt:

Blue Residential Housing & Interiors Window Treatments, pages 291-301 or

Red Residential Housing & Interiors Window Treatments, pages 296-302

(These are the same books, one is more recent but has the same information!)





  1. List the 6 basic interior window treatments that are possible.


  1. Define draperies.



  1. How can draperies be distinguished from curtains?



  1. What is a sheer casement drapery?



  1. What do we call pairing sheer draperies with heavy draperies?


  1. List 3 top treatments for draperies and define and sketch each. (Do your best sketching. Add color with pencils. Ink w/ sharpie pen.)



  1. Curtains are considered less formal than draperies. List the 3 popular styles, define and sketch. (Do your best sketching. Add color with pencils. Ink w/ sharpie pen.)



  1. Where is a good place to use shirred curtains? Sketch an example. (Do your best sketching. Add color with pencils. Ink w/ sharpie pen.)



  1. What is the purpose of a window shade?



  1. List, define and sketch the four main types of shades. (Do your best sketching. Add color with pencils. Ink w/ sharpie pen.)




  1. 3 types of horizontal blinds:

Name of blind

Size of Slat






















  1. List 4 advantages of using horizontal blinds.




  1. List 2 advantages if using vertical blinds.




  1. List a disadvantage of using vertical blinds.


  1. Name 2 advantages of an interior shutter.

  2. Name an advantage of an exterior shutter.



  1. How can you use draperies to make a ceiling look higher? Why does that work?



  1. What’s the advantage of a drapery lining?



  1. What is an advantage of using a cornice?




  1. What is an advantage of using shades?


  1. What are good treatments to use when privacy is a consideration?


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