There are so many options for window treatments in Wesley Chapel Florida, it can be overwhelming. Rather than looking at every single type available for your home or office, use this overview to consider which Hunter Douglas window fashions may be best for a particular room.
The kitchen is often where we spend the majority of our time when we’re home, so the window treatments need to be effective throughout the day. Many kitchens have windows over the sink that can dictate the type of coverage for the entire room. Custom draperies obviously are not a good choice over a sink, and neither are shutters if you have cabinets on each side of the window. If you like the softness of drapery, a Roman shade would work well because it has the softness of fabric but stays within the window frame. If you prefer the look of a shutter, consider a blind that gives the same slatted look and can be opened or closed completely.
Unlike the kitchen, a bedroom is the perfect place for custom draperies. If you like your bedroom to be dark when you sleep, consider adding a room-darkening shade that rolls up behind the valance when you don’t need it. Silhouette® and Pirouette® sheers are also beautiful in bedrooms and provide filtered light when the vanes are open and heavier shade when they are closed. If you have a sliding glass door in your bedroom, Luminette® sheers provide the same look but with the vanes running vertically rather than horizontally.
The unique cellular design of honeycomb shades provides complete privacy without blocking out all natural light, which is perfect for a bathroom. They also offer the option of being opened from the top down, so you can enjoy direct sunlight without letting others see you. The single-cell shades protect your furnishings from UV rays and your utility bills from energy waste. This protection increases when double or triple-cell shades are used.
Styles preferences, light control, and privacy needs will help determine the best window treatments for your living room or family room. If your family room is in the back of your home and has a magnificent view, a screen shade will allow you to enjoy the outdoors – even when closed – while filtering the glaring Florida sun. If your living room is in the front of your home in a busy neighborhood, consider shutters. Different sections of shutters can be open and closed at the same time, so you can block the light or have complete privacy right where you need it.
Still can’t decide? Let Mar-Go Interiors help. We’ve been working with customers to find the right Wesley Chapel window treatments for over 10 years. During your visit to our showroom, be sure to check out our other services as well, including home décor, furnishings, and custom bedding.