23 Jul A NEW TREND IS THE USE OF SHEER CURTAINS IN THE BEDROOM
Using different fabrics for your window furnishings can create texture within the space and variety within your home. Window furnishings can be used to work the style of a room, offering the perfect opportunity to play with pattern, scale and colour.
Consider each room individually and select window coverings that suit each room. Where do you require light, privacy or both? The decision to use blinds or curtains not only comes down to a visual choice but one of functionality.
Curtains and blinds are often used improperly or not used at all when could meaningfully improve a space. When planning, take into consideration aspects such as the light control needed, the size of the room, the size and type of window, placement of furniture and insulation required.
With the large range of blinds and window shades available on the market today, you don’t have to choose between style and functionality. There are many solutions that provide light and privacy control without having to compromise on visual appeal.
Roman blinds have long been a favourite for contemporary interiors because they frame a window beautifully without detail. The beauty of Roman blinds is their ability to adjust light in any room while making your windows look fantastic. They are great insulators and can be lifted above the window, so natural light isn’t compromised. They are neat when raised, acting as a pelmet which completes the look of the window.
A new trend is the use of sheer curtains in the bedroom, achieving that relaxing and flowing feeling. Used with Roman blinds you can adjust your level of privacy and light for rest. Blending blinds and sheers is also an option.
There are so many options and can be quite costly depending on the amount of windows, it is always worth consulting a professional if you are faced with choices.
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