If you spent this summer remodeling and building up your sunroom, adding window treatments is the finishing touch that will pull the room together. A sunroom is all about enjoying the view. However, it is also nice to be able to control the sunlight in the space and control the heat, as well. Window treatments can help you control the amount of sunlight that comes into the space, and they can also help you control the temperature.
Option #1: Shutters
If you want your sunroom to have a classic look, indoor shutters are a good option. With indoor shutters, you can close the shutters and allow your sunroom to feel more like a living room, or you can open up the shutters and allow a lot of light in.
Depending on the type of shutters you install, you can put shutters in place where you can control the top and bottom of the shutters independently, allowing for private on the bottom and light to come in through the tops of the shutters.
Shutters can really block out the sun when you are not using the room, which can help protect the furniture and items you have in the sunroom from fading.
Option #2: Honeycomb Shades
Honeycomb shades can add a really modern look to your sunroom. Honeycomb shades allow light to come through the light material, while also providing you with privacy. You can leave the shaded partially up when you want a combination of direct sunlight and privacy at the same time.
Honeycomb shades can also provide you with a high degree of insulation, helping you to control the temperature in your sunroom.
Option #3: Vertical Blinds
You can install vertical blinds in your sunroom. Vertical blinds are nice because they run vertically, and thus can help enhance the feeling of height and space in your sunroom.
Vertical blinds also offer versatile coverage. You can have the blinds fully pulled back, allowing lots of light into the space. Or you can have the blinds closed, but you can have the individual shades partially open, allowing in light. You have a lot of options for light and privacy with vertical blinds.
Finish off your sunroom with some nice window treatments. Shutters will give your sunroom a classical feel, honeycomb shades will provide a more modern feel, and vertical blinds will help your sunroom feel larger and taller. Think about the feeling you want to create in your space, and then choose the best blind option for your sunroom from there. You want the blinds you choose to add to the overall feeling you are trying to create in your space. Contact a window blind installation service for more help.Share
27 August 2019
Every year, I make a list of spring cleaning tasks. Unfortunately, I’m a procrastinator. Therefore, I rarely complete every item on my extensive list. This year, I plan to start my spring cleaning early. One of the tasks I’m passionate about is cleaning windows. When I get finished with my windows, I want them to appear invisible due to their level of cleanness. To accomplish this task, I use both over-the-counter window cleaners and natural cleaning agents. To reduce the incidence of smudges, you can wipe your windows down with a newspaper. On this blog, you will learn how to clean your windows before spring arrives.