Window treatments have been functional in concept for years, and are meant to regulate light, sound, and heat. They have become an intricate part of the theme and atmosphere of modern homes. The desired effect is accomplished with the use of curtains, sheers, blinds, drapes and shades that accent the room and regulate light and heat.
There are many factors you need to keep in mind as you decide on the window treatments for any room. Do you need to block UV rays? Do you need to protect your furniture? Do you need to block heat or cold?
Window treatments are a part of your decoration and theme. This will bring the color theme together in a smooth easy flow into your comfort zone. They are functional and dictate the mood of each room in your home. The ability to implement the window treatments for the best impact is an art and a science. We, at Breslow, claim to have perfected this art and have decades of practical experience in the science of decorating with window treatments.
One way to utilize shades and shutters is to view them for their functions and benefits. Another way is to consider their aesthetic appeal. While every room has its purpose, remember that your window treatments can provide the atmosphere you are trying to achieve. A little research can bring superior results in the finished room.
Let’s take a look at the living room. While there is much emphasis given to the anchor of the room, the shades can add warmth and comfort to the entire décor. The living area may serve dual purposes, as an entertainment center as well. Then you might think about darkening shades with light weight sheers to keep the room cozy while getting the light levels you desire.
As you prepare to add window treatments to your kitchen, you need to keep a couple of factors in mind. You need good ventilation to vent the heat, while avoiding gushes of air. Keep the heat and moisture factors in mind as you select your window treatments for this central focus of your home.
Everyone loves to relax over a good meal. For the dining room area you should consider treatments that allow the glow of the outside light source to filter into your space, creating a soft, glowing atmosphere.
Working from home is becoming very popular with today’s employment market. If you are one of those people, remember that you will spend a great deal of time in this space. You need to allow soft light to filter into your space for the comfort and calming effects. Sheers or lightweight shades might be the answer here.
It goes without saying that the bedroom requires privacy. This space would benefit from darkening shades with drapes or curtains that accent your atmosphere. There are shades that are translucent, allowing a view from the inside out but privacy from the outside in. These shades also allow the light to enter your private space.
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