When you are looking for new window treatments for your home, it can be tempting to adopt a one-size-fits-all approach. Homeowners often fall into the trap of getting matching window treatments for their entire home, without realizing that each room has different spatial and aesthetic needs. To ensure that you don't end up with custom curtains that clash with your space, consider each room's drapery separately before committing. In this blog post, we will look at how your new window treatments can accentuate each room in your home.
When it comes to your cooking space, you may not think you need window treatments at all. However, on glaring sunny days, you will be extra thankful you reconsidered. Popular choices for kitchens are cotton and polyester, ensuring quick and easy cleanup if they acquire spills or stains. Additionally, mini blinds made of 1-inch wide horizontal plastic, wood, or aluminum slats are also popular for their adorable farmhouse kitchen aesthetic.
Bedroom curtains are some of the most flexible curtains when it comes to style and colors. As a general rule of thumb, you should always choose a style of blackout curtain for bedrooms to improve sleep quality. Blackout window treats come in every color and style these days, so it's easy to turn any window treatments into the perfect bedroom curtains.
While blackout curtains are great, there are custom curtains that catch even more light from your window. Many homeowners are beginning to introduce motorized commercial blinds into their bedrooms, making getting up and drawing the blinds a hassle of the past.
Your dining room can easily be one of the most lavish rooms in your home, so incorporating the perfect custom drapery for it can be quite the endeavor. Velvet curtains and thick-woven silk curtains are historical favorites for entertaining rooms, adding a luxurious vibe to any window. If you are looking to let in more light during your brunch or dinner party, then sheer curtains can be just the right window treats for you.
While small windows in your bathroom and basement don't necessarily need blinds in all situations, your entertaining and sleeping areas must have adequate light coverage. Whether you choose simple cotton custom blinds or revolutionary motorized shades, take care to get the installation done properly. If you want to start your journey to the perfect window treatments for your home, give us a call today!
Window Treats Inc in Red Bank New Jersey also has a showroom in Brooklyn New York and offers Hunter Douglas window treatments including curtains, blinds, shades, drapery, and shutters. These can all be made into motorized blinds, shades, and drapery, and integrated into a home automation system. Window Treats proudly serves the surrounding areas, including Allenhurst, Asbury Park, Colts Neck, Deal, Eatontown, Elberon, Fair Haven, Freehold, Holmdel, Lakewood, Little Silver, Lincroft, Middletown, Monmouth Beach, Oakhurst & Ocean Township, Rumson, Shrewsbury, Spring Lake, Tinton Falls and Toms River. Our team is often called upon to serve the tri-state area as well including Brooklyn and Manhattan (New York City).