Written By Jaime-Lynn Dyck
The window coverings in Patti and Franklin’s home were meticulously selected with the help of the Budget Blinds team. Each room was carefully considered for what the needs would be; privacy, light reduction, room darkening.
The sunroom off the lower walk-out is a show-stopper. The team installed 3 large automated Solar Roller Shades on the West wall to offer a bit of reprieve from the sun’s intensity, while still enjoying the view. Having them automated on a remote gives the homeowner the ability to adjust their height from anywhere in the room.
The Deep Charcoal Roller Shades in the living space on the lower level are all automated with rechargeable motors for ease of use. You can add some privacy, as well as a bit of softness to your space by pairing your Roller Shade with Grommet Sheer Drapes. The homeowner wanted to have some privacy in their spare bedroom without always lowering the shade, the Sheer Drape is a perfect answer for that.
A Solar Roller Shade is very popular for the kitchen and is a great addition to this home. Solar Shades cut the glare while doing dishes or working on the island, while still offering a view. This is a great product that can be used in many rooms throughout the home.
The Horizontal Shade (Zebra Blind) in the dining room is mounted under a Palladian Shelf allowing them to leave the transom (small detail window above the window or door) open to natural light. Pairing the Palladian Shelf with the Horizontal Shade is perfect for this room. Horizontal Shades are also available in room-darkening fabrics. The homeowner chose these for their bedroom so they could control the amount of light coming in.
As you can see, using different window coverings throughout your home makes perfect sense. Book a home consultation with Budget Blinds today to find which products will work best in your home.