Blinds and Shades for New Homes and Remodels
Elevating Your View
To begin, think about styles, colors and fabrics, and how you want them to work with your home’s aesthetics. In addition to adding visual appeal, also consider the functionality of your window treatments, as that will influence your choices, too.
For example, do you want to relish the view outside your living room window, while still enjoying natural light in that space? If so, Silhouette® Window Shadings are perfect. Their S-shaped fabric vanes elegantly float between two sheer panels, letting light filter into a space while also providing daytime privacy.
Maybe energy efficiency is a must? Duette® Honeycomb Shades help your house stay snug when it’s cold and cool when temperatures heat up, thanks to their honeycomb construction, which provides a layer of insulation at the window. (Duette shades are also available with LightLock™—a unique feature that blocks nearly all incoming light—perfect for bedrooms and sleeping tight.)
Or maybe you don't want light seeping in from around the edges of blinds or shades? Stationary side panels or fully-functioning drapery from the Design Studio™ collection of side panels and drapery control light gaps while adding a layer of dimension at the window.
And don’t forget about sliding-glass doors, or any specialty shaped windows you might have, such as arches or skylights. You can benefit from blinds or shades there, as well, for blocking glare or creating privacy.
From selecting materials and colors to expert measurement and installation, our window-treatment specialists can help you create the perfect window treatments for your home. Find a specialist near you to get started today.