When you are purchasing anything new for your house, do you go for something that looks best in your home or something that WORKS best in your home? Chances are you have a look you want to achieve before you think about functionality. When you are choosing window treatments, you must consider a couple of factors that could determine what treatment suits a window best! Luckily, Factory Direct Blinds
window treatments are both functional and pleasing to the eye! Here are some factors you should consider before committing to your window treatment!
Exposure to Light
You have to stop and think.. How much light does this rooms get? If there is a window facing the East, there is a room hotter than the rest of the house! Believe me, if that room is your bedroom then you should probably look into Blackout Shades
! Blackout Shades will quickly become your saving grace during the summer season and when you want an extra hour of sleep!
Although Roman Shades can be a tempting treatment for most windows, fabric and moisture do not mix well! Humidity and fabric shades can lead to a musty smell so bathrooms and kitchens are not the ideal environment. Moisture from the shower can lead to a musty smell and splashes from the sink can lead to a tougher stain. The better choice for these rooms would be Faux Wood Blinds
which are perfectly suited for high humidity environments!
For larger windows, consider lighter weight options! The world of Vertical Blinds
is larger than one may think! Fabric Vertical Blinds
are modern and give you the option of solar screen or fabric! PVC Vertical Blinds don't always stick to the straight and narrow either, S-Curved Verticals
block out as much sun as possible and look amazing.
Before you make your choice, consider the factors. How much sun do you want entering? How much water gets exposed to the room? Will this large window need a large treatment? Every window treatment from Factory Direct Blinds looks amazing and they have every treatment for every need! You can give them a call at 1(800)355-2546
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