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There are so many possibilities when it comes to choosing blinds for every room in the house. You want a seamless flow from one room to the next- but you’re not sure what blinds to install. We all know that what suits the kitchen windows might not be best for the other rooms in the house. This poses the question- which blinds are best for bedrooms? Let’s find out what the experts say! When making a choice for your bedroom there are a few things you may be thinking about.
A few questions you might be asking:
- Do I want complete privacy or is the view more important?
- Do I want light during the day? How much light?
- Do I want a complete blackout at night? Or during the day?
- Will the blinds get dirty easily?
- Is insulation important in the climate where I live?
Block out Blinds
It’s mentioned in the name. These blinds will completely block any light from filtering into your bedroom. They operate the same as regular roller blinds. But they have a cassette at the top of the window and side channels to block maximum light.
You may have already heard of cellular or honeycomb blinds? Duette blinds utilise this technology to the maximum.
The fabric goes the full width of the window leaving very little space for light invasion into your bedroom. If insulation is a big requirement for your room these will be the best blinds possible.
One amazing feature for the Duette blinds is the Top-down feature. If you choose to you can have blinds that open from the top down. This easily allows you complete privacy and the light you need to start a new day.
Commonly used for many different applications. They can be made with block out fabric to allow for less light at night. You will get light filtering between and at the edges of the blind installation. This could be a better option than complete blackout if you have small children who like to visit at night. Perhaps also for a partner who is constantly kicking their toe on the way to the bathroom?
Horizontal Venetian blinds can be manufactured in a number of different materials. The difference between regular Venetians and the privacy style is where the cords sit. Privacy Venetians do not have holes in the slats allowing for a closer fit when they are closed. They can be made from metal, plastic or wood. The style and décor of your home will affect the material you choose.
Your bedroom is your sanctuary within your home. Making the right choice for your window covering could make or break the feel you want to create. At Complete Blinds, we are here to make that choice an easy one. If you’re struggling to know which blinds are best for bedrooms or any other room in the house, give us a call and our friendly team will be happy to assist.