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Best Window Treatments for Living Rooms

February 11, 2023

In this blog entry, the Florida window treatment, blinds, and shades installation experts here at Design Your Blind will detail the best window treatments for living rooms of all types.

Matchstick Shades

Matchstick shades are very popular these days, offering a wide array of stylish and sumptuous textures, and providing a level of warmth to your window decor. Matchstick shades come in a broad range of weave types allowing you to vary light control.

Cellular Shades

Cellular shades have simple and attractive designs, and make your window highly functional, especially when made of a honeycomb design that works to filter out light and provide insulation properties that lower home energy costs.

Roman Shades

These classic window treatment styles are super easy to use, simply operated with a pull cord, and easily installed by mounting them on the interior or exterior of a window frame baked in your mood and/or aesthetic preference. Roman shades come in a hue range of colors and patterns, so you can be sure to find one that watches your room decor.

Grommet Curtain Panels

Grommet curtain panels are ideal for french doors or large windows. The heavy grommets make the fabric easily fall back into the ideal place when open. They are named after the reinforced metal or durable plastic eyelets that line the top of the fabric – they are very popular for their utilitarian yet attractive qualities.

Pinch Pleat Curtains

These attractive curtains are ideal for the top of drapes, providing extra light control and privacy control. They are best for formal dining rooms or high-end living rooms. If you want a slightly more casual look, double pinch pleats will be an ideal choice.

Blackout Curtains

These allow for total darkness for bedrooms, nurseries, and even movie rooms. Their blackout lining can allow your interiors to be pitch black at any hour of day or night, as well as protecting your furniture, rugs, and artwork from benign faded by the UV rays of the sun.