A bedroom is the place where you should feel most comfortable and at peace. Being able to control the amount of light in this room is vitally important for your personal comfort, so it’s imperative to install the right type of blinds or curtains. They also need to look attractive and fit in with the décor. We have quite a few options that meet all these requirements, so you just need to check their pros and cons to pick which suits you best.
Roman blinds for coziness
Roman shades are beautiful, easy to maintain, and can enhance your interior. They are a popular choice for homes and bedrooms, in particular, because they add a note of coziness to any décor. We offer a variety of Roman blinds designs, colours, and materials, including some blockout options for those who work nights and need to keep the bedroom pleasantly dark to sleep during the daytime. Their only drawback is that even the thickest blockout material cannot keep the light ‘off’ completely. The sunlight usually creeps in around the sides of the shade.
Eyelet curtains for a luxury interior
Eyelet curtains are available in a great number of colors and fabrics and their design is so ‘universal’, they will complement any kind of interior. Choose the right fabric, and this type of window cover will look good even with antique furniture. The material determines how much light the curtains will effectively block. Ceiling-to-floor curtains are a good choice for those who wants to boost the energy efficiency of the building as they effectively prevent hot/cool air from leaving through the window and surrounding walls. A great idea for a bedroom is to choose beautiful curtains made from some sheer material that will complement the décor and install regular Venetian or roller blinds to enhance privacy and block out the light. Note that you should choose the curtains design very carefully as this particular type of window cover might look gaudy or outdated if not done properly.
Venetian blinds for contemporary convenience
Venetian blinds are renowned for the fact that they easily fit into any décor, because you can cover them with curtains that they won’t be seen. However, their original appearance is quite attractive as well and it looks great in contemporary interiors. This is a great choice for your bedroom if you need to sleep during the daylight hours. Their main drawback is a rather ‘sterile’ look, but you can install shades made of timber as they look lovelier and will be a great choice for a rusty or country décor.