The kitchen is probably the room everyone in the house everyone spends the most time in next to the living room. Choosing window treatments that work with your lifestyle, budget, and style can be a challenge. But, we’ve got a few helpful hints to point you in the right direction. Here are just a few things you need to know about choosing blinds for the kitchen.
1. Consider the Position of the Window
If the window is close to your oven, you’ll definitely want to consider a product that is resistant to heat. As much as you may love Roman Shades (don’t we all?), it’s not worth the spend here. The constant heat from your oven will damage your investment. You may be better off choosing something like a flame-retardant Vinyl Roller Blind instead.
A small space can be just as trendy and chic as a large space. You just have to think a little more creatively to do it right. Here are some interior design tips to help maximize your apartment space and turn even the tiniest of spaces into something out of a home décor magazine.
1. Let in More Light
The darker the space, the smaller it seems. Instead, think lightly coloured walls, and shades or blinds that let lots of natural sunlight in. If you want to let in just the right amount of light and still filter out the sun’s heat, you should consider the 14% SheerWeave Premium Roller Shades. These will let in natural light that will really brighten up your apartment, without heating it up too much.
Some of you are familiar with our motorized blinds and shades. As you know, they are not only child-friendly, but very convenient. We’re finally ready to unveil the next step in convenience: home automation. Read on to find out all about our new NEO Smart Controller System and how it can simplify your life.
Blinds and Shades Motorization
Our Motorized Blinds and Shades products offer a lift system that is controlled by the touch of a button. With one remote, you can control up to six blinds at a time. The absolute best part of our motorization feature has to be the price. Priced at $99 to $119.99 per blind, you can switch to the convenience of motorized blinds, and you can operate your remote from as far away as 75 feet.