Here's a few ideas for you to achieve a glamorous bay window.
CurtainsCurtains are an obvious first choice as they can be made with all sorts of materials and patterns to match a room. The fact they also block out light, keep heat in our homes and can help reduce draughts if you have old or under-performing windows, means they have multiple purposes.
Curtains act as a frame for the window, so you can be big and bold with block colour curtains or mix it up with patterns.
ShuttersThese shutters by Thomas Sanderson are a classic and elegant addition to a bay window, allowing masses of light into your home when fully open and offering supreme privacy when closed.
For maximum use of shutters, get solid ones so no light penetrates when closed. These are probably most suited to a bedroom or living area.
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BlindsTwist them to brighten up a room, pull them up to let sunshine pour in, twist again and block it all out. Endless options, endless styles and materials. Use these in whatever room you like, there is a style that will work perfectly. The second picture is actually concertina style blinds, so they won't let light in when down. Both are from Thomas Sanderson.
NakedKeep your clothes on if stood by this bay window. Sometimes no dressing is perfectly suitable for the purpose of the room or the style, as this room shows.
Sure it is a bedroom, however, I would imagine it isn't overlooked so the inhabitants were safe from wandering eyes.