Bedroom Window Coverings
Deciding on the best window coverings for your bedroom can be a challenge. To begin, you should decide what your specific needs are for covering your bedroom windows. A helpful way to do this is by asking yourself the following questions:
DO YOU SLEEP BEST IN TOTAL DARKNESS?
If you prefer sleeping with as little light as possible, blackout shades would be ideal for your bedroom. Choose slumber shades for the highest light blockage and near complete darkness. For all other blackout shades, it is important to know that inside mounted blackout shades might have a small light gap on the edges of the shade. If you would prefer no light gaps, please consider ordering outside mounted blackout shades. Blackout shades may very well provide you with the most peaceful sleep you can get.
DO YOU WANT THE CHOICE OF NO LIGHT OR FILTERED LIGHT IN A SINGLE WINDOW SHADE?
With blackout shades, you only have the option of having your shades open or closed. Day/Night shades give you the added flexibility of having both blackout and light filtering options (or a mix of both) in a single shade.
DO YOU WANT TO PRESERVE YOUR VIEW BUT BLOCK HARSH UV RAYS?
Our custom solar shades are made out of sun control fabric that shields your room from harmful UV rays - protecting your furnishings from sun damage and fading while still providing a view to the outside. Solar shades are also energy efficient, and have the advantage of keeping your bedroom cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
DO YOU WANT LESS GLARE WHILE WATCHING TV IN THE BEDROOM?
To get the most out of your TV viewing experience, blackout shades and solar shades both present great options. Blackout shades prevent virtually all light from entering, while solar shades are ideal if you wish to block the glare while still having natural light come into the room.
DO YOU WANT TO CUT YOUR ENERGY BILLS WHILE KEEPING YOUR BEDROOM COMFORTABLE?
A good night’s sleep requires a bedroom that is neither too warm nor too cold. The best way to keep your bedroom naturally heated in winter and cool in summer is with cellular shades, also known as honeycomb shades. The construction of these shades keeps your windows insulated and saves you money on energy costs all year round. Blackout cell shades provide the added benefit of blocking natural light from coming in when the shade is closed.