Roman blinds are an excellent addition to just about any room in the house. They provide the functionality of controlling levels of natural light, protect your furniture from the harmful effects of UV rays, and they do all of this while adding a sense of style and soft grace to the interior of the home. There are a few excellent inspirations for making great use of these affordable blinds that will complement the style of any part of your home. Just take a look.
Living room and lounge
Window coverings in the living room and create an atmosphere of comfort and warmth, which is a theme often best suited to living rooms and lounges. The beauty of these products is that you can achieve high levels of style without expending too much of your budget, to have them work seamlessly in the area. Since they stow away neatly by folding over each other they are also perfect for those that want coverings of a low profile while creating neutral and comfortable spaces.
Blinds and window covers with light fabrics are perfect for the kitchen because they diffuse harmful UV rays while still making the most out of natural light. Kitchens should be the bright and energetic center of the home, so be sure to use your blinds to let enough light in to allow for this. Hunter Douglas has an increasable range of blinds with custom fabrics and colors to allow for this type of customization.
What a splendid place to explore the possibilities of matching fabrics and light control! Here your shades can work to enhance the flavors of the bedroom with matching textures and designs that allow for the introduction of soft light, or completely blocking it for a good night’s rest or a long morning in. Room darkening shades get the most use in the bedroom when they have thick fabrics and are fitted outside of the window recess to block off more light.
When blinding your porch window, you likely have one major concern in mind, privacy, which the fabrics of any roman window shade should accomplish. Opting for custom roller shades that completely or partially block out the light is completely up to the user, but to liven up the entrance hall, a fabric that diffuses the light instead of blocking it is recommended to keep the place spritely.