Installing new window treatments, blinds and shutters is a quick improvement that immediately adds personality to your new home. Settle in by sprucing up your windows.
Sheers are wispy panels of semi-transparent fabric that soften views and provide moderate privacy. They look best in living rooms, dining rooms and bedrooms. Sheers should be layered with other window treatments if privacy is a concern.
Choose the right sheers:
Providing more privacy than sheers, panels are solid pieces of fabric that hang from wall-mounted rods or clips. They're a great option for media rooms, bedrooms or any room that you want to block light and enjoy complete privacy.
Choose the right panels:
Strings and hardware, for easy adjustment, connect these thin strips of plastic, wood or metal. They look best on narrow windows in bedrooms, kitchens and workrooms.
Choose the right blinds:
These bolts of vinyl or fabric mount to the top of window frames and unroll manually. They work well on narrow windows in just about any room.
Choose the right roller shades:
These tailored panels of fabric or natural material mount to the inside or top of window frames and bunch up accordion-style when you pull a cord. They work well in any room and window width.
Choose the right Roman shades:
Shutters aren't just for covering the exterior of your windows. They can also add beauty and charm to the inside of your home. These small wood or plastic doors, mounted on each side of the window frame, feature hinges and adjustable slats to allow for varying degrees of light and privacy. Shutters look great in kitchens, family room, bathrooms and workrooms.
Choose the right shutters:
To give your windows extra flair, cap them off with top treatments. They look fantastic in any room you want to add a stylish touch to, such as the kitchen, living room, dining room and bedroom.
Choose the right top treatments:
If you prefer a minalmist look for your windows, consider film. Depending upon your needs, window film can be used for the following: