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At Factory Direct Blinds, we understand that finding window treatments for the bathroom isn’t an easy task. You need the highest amount of privacy possible, and the window treatments also need to be made from a material that will resist mold and mildew in damp environments like a bathroom. As a result, many window coverings, such as Roman shades, aren’t the best choice for bathrooms.
Instead, we recommend that you choose faux wood for your bathroom window blinds. Not only are faux wood blinds affordable, but they’re also more moisture-resistant than their genuine wooden counterparts. In this case, fake really is better than real. If you’re committed to bathroom blinds, then you’ll want either faux wood or aluminum mini blinds, which won’t warp or crack in the humidity.
If you’d rather have bathroom window shades, then Factory Direct Blinds recommends getting a straightforward roller shade in a vinyl material that will resist mold and be easy to wipe clean. In this case, you’ll want a blackout shade as opposed to a light filtering one in order to provide maximum privacy when the shades are drawn.
It’s important to measure properly when ordering blinds or shades for your bathroom. If you’re inside mounting your bathroom window treatments, then you definitely don’t want any gaps between your window covering and the window frame. In fact, some people like to outside mount their bathroom treatments to ensure that the window will be completely covered when the shades or blinds are lowered. Whatever your preference, proper dimensions are essential when ordering bathroom blinds, so grab your tape measure.