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How to choose the right blinds for any room?
11th November, 2016
Blinds are one of the best window treatments you can get today. They make any room look more attractive and neat and they’re very easy to install and maintain too. In addition, people can use them individually or as an addition to curtains.
Blinds are a perfect solution for rooms like bathrooms, kitchens, and home offices because they are not only used as a decoration there, but they have a practical use too. They can also provide complete darkness in bedrooms and provide privacy for the lounge.
Let’s take a quick look at what types of blinds are available and which type is best for specific rooms. First of all, a popular choice is blackout roller blinds. Thick fabric is the only material used in these blinds and their basic purpose is to prevent light from entering the room which makes them ideal for bedrooms, especially for young children.
Another popular type of blinds is roller blinds which are very durable, practical and give a great return on investment. They contain durable fabrics that are easy to clean and maintain which is why they are usually used in bathrooms and kitchens.
One of the most used blinds today is the Venetian blind. These blinds are all about their appearance, although they can be practical too. Venetian blinds include horizontal slats and these slats can be adjusted easily. This means that users can manage the amount of light that enters the room. The aluminium and wooden Venetian blinds are the most popular choices and they are usually used in living rooms and offices.
Those looking for a more classic solution should check out Roman blinds. They include soft folds which are adjusted with the help of a cord mechanism. They will make any space look modern and elegant and they can be used in any room.
Finally, Bamboo blinds are an inexpensive solution which is usually used on small windows. They have an automatic cord lock and they are easy to maintain.
If you need advice on what type of blind to have for your room, please contact us now. We’d be happy to help.
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