Windows are the eyes to your home through which the whole world can peep in and get a sneak peek of the inside world. It may sound weird but the way you dress your windows can affect the whole room décor.
Not just choose a window treatment that looks attractive, the light and privacy it offers also counts. A versatile window dressing is the best option. Layering different window treatments is in trend these days. You can choose hard window treatments like shutters, wood and faux wood blinds as the base layer and layer them up with soft window treatments roman shades, roller shades, cellular shades, draperies etc.
Curtains over Blinds
This is a perfect pick for traditional homes and formal spaces like dining rooms and living rooms. If your window blind comes with stained texture, pick a fabric that has color as of the stained tones to create symmetry. If you’re confused, schedule free in-home expert consultation to get better advice now.
Solar shades with roller blinds
Bi-fold doors are a great way to reduce the glare from the sun. Florida is the sunshine state and hot days are a thing for the most part of the year. Solar shades are the best to reduce sun glare and layering them with roller blinds for night time shading is clever design. You can install them easily on just one set of easy brackets.
Bespoke Roller Blinds
Ditch the neutral tones and make a bold statement with patterned design. Custom made bespoke roller blinds can include variety of fine art prints, natural photography, friends and family collage etc.
Pleated blind and bench seat
If there is a window recess, convert it into a bench seat and enjoy an amazing outdoor view. A neat and tailored window treatment like pleated blinds will create an unobstructed outside view to enjoy.
Roman blinds and Roll up varieties
They are a perfect pick for homes that have many windows. You can hang them on each level at different heights and achieve desired sunlight and keep out the extra preventing the room from getting hot.
You can pick from lighter colors if you have a small conservatory space to create a feeling of space and reflect heat. You can even create a color coordinated look with other furnishings like sofa, arm chairs and other décor accessories.