All of us have certainly dreamt of building or having our own dream house. We think of everything starting from the color down to style, then the decorations and accessories. And yet, sometimes we fail to pay attention to small details that will make our dream house totally different. One of the small details I am referring to here is the right window shades for your home. Yes, it may be a small detail but when you do not pay attention to it, it may affect or totally change the ambiance you're aiming for for your dream house. A plain window can make your house look unfinished. Of course, who would want a house like that. You may try installing and using blinds. Window shades or blinds are considered as the hard window treatment wherein you can limit the amount of sunlight that passes through a room with a fastened and adjustable rod. It also allows you to manage the view from inside and outside of the house.
The following are the factors you may want to consider when looking and choosing the right window accessories for your house.
Consider the room type
The rooms in your house need different types of coverage. For example, for your bathroom, the required or ideal type there is something that can ensure your privacy while being resistant to possible moisture build-up. Craft rooms require something that allows sufficient amount of natural light to pass through. Children's rooms may have tough blinds. And for your bedroom, you may want to consider using top-down privacy blinds or bottom-up style.
Make it an extension of the room
The perfect window treatment is something that looks like a natural extension of your room. Some homeowners tend to buy the same shades for all of their rooms and some buy different shades for each room. If you think this is expensive, you may try to do it first on your living room then slowly do it on the other rooms of your house.
The overall visual of your room can help you in choosing the right shades. If you want your room to have a luxurious feeling, you may choose patterned vertical blinds. If plantation style décor or western theme is your style, you can try horizontal, natural wood blinds. And if you want shades that can fit any space, low-cost mini-blinds and aluminum blinds are for you. They can be attractively enhanced with some curtains and other accessories.
Take note of the window features
When choosing shades or blinds, it is essential to think of the views through your window, the kind of light that passes, and the location of the windows in your room. For example, for your window that overlooks a beautiful scenic view, you should choose blinds that completely open and close, such as vertical blinds. Small ones like a kitchen window above the sink does not really need blinds to be put in.
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