Possibly the easiest of all bay shapes to dress with a range of blinds – roman, venetian, roller or vertical working well here.
Again, curtains can be fitted on a custom made track that is fitted to hug the shape of the bay. It is possible to get bay poles and these work by having ‘c’ rings, or passing rings that go over the special brackets. Unlike a track where the curtain is hung below the track, here the rings must travel along the pole and therefore need a small gap in them to go over the brackets. I’m not a big fan of these as in my experience, they can make it difficult to pull the curtains as they often need a bit of assistance to pass over the brackets.
Single sided bay window
If you have one of these, you’ll probably notice that your neighbours with the same shape window, mostly have curtains! By their very nature, these are not symmetrical and mean that if you have a pair of curtains made to the same width as each other, the curtains will not meet in the middle when closed. You can of course have one curtain (not on the bay side) made narrower but visually I always think that as the majority of the time, your curtains will be open and having one wider than the other can look a bit odd. A custom made track is best here, we bend the tracks at the fitting to exactly match the curve of the bay for the best fit.