All-Season Window Decorating

Majority of window treatments are good for a season or two, but don’t work for the remaining seasons. When you happen to reside where climates have four seasons, window treatments aren’t good for the whole year. That is the reason why layering blinds brings both an aesthetic quality to windows and functional quality, too. With one installation, you may have blinds and shades that don’t just do filtering of light and UV rays, but can offer great insulation for the cold winter months. Here are some suggestions in regards to layering window blinds and shades.

•  EnviroFusion Textured Linen Roman Shades

If you want to have two shades at a time without having to decide which shade to go for, the EnviroFusion Textured Linen Roman Shades are great option. These are a mix of of cellular shades that are utilized as a liner for insulation along with Roman Shades that are elegant and chic.

•  Solar Screen Shades and Custom Drapes

Windows that are receiving a great amount of sunlight are perfect for views, but they can fade due to UV rays. With such shades, the view is still intact, but it can very well filter light for less eyestrain and glare on computer or television surfaces. They keep out the cold during wintertime and help with energy efficiency inside the home. They give privacy, but when they’re open, they beautify windows and help get color schemes in the room together.

•  Woven Wood Shades and Shade Liners

Woven wood shades are those South Pacific style woven wood blinds, also known as grass blinds. They give an extremely unique look with a tropical feel. However, they don’t offer privacy or energy efficiency. Per se, they have aesthetic value, but for practical purposes a liner is advised. A simple liner can have privacy and help in regulating temperatures.

These are just some of possible laying decorations for windows. In window treatments shops, be it online or physical, you can take home or order samples just to assess how colors and textures will go with your current interior design.

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