Window decorations affect the look and ambiance of a room which is why you should not rush into buying blinds for the house no matter how busy you are. Just like a person going to a job interview, a window can also be dressed to impress. Well chosen blinds can be a decorative asset that can also filter light and provide insulation in your rooms. But how do you choose the right blinds for your home? First you should contact Art Construction to make sure your windows are in good condition before you invest in window treatments. Here are also a few factors that can help you find your way to the perfect blinds.

1. Shape and Size of the window.

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This will help you determine the type of blinds that work best for your windows and door windows. Roller Blinds, Venetian Blinds, and Roman Blinds are popular options for bay windows while honeycomb shades are great for Arch windows. There are vertical and horizontal slats that you can choose from. Just remember that smaller slats work better than larger blinds when it comes to door windows.

2. Window location.

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Each room in the house would have its own window treatment requirement. Blinds in the kitchen and other high humidity areas should be easy to clean and water resistant. Vinyl blinds are perfect for these conditions. Vertical Blinds made of sheer fabric is a stylish option that you can use for the living area while wood shutters are good for study rooms. As for the bedrooms, there are plenty of roller blinds that you can choose from. Blinds that have a top down/bottom up features may also be considered for rooms located on the upper floors.

3. Interior Design and Materials.

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Modern blinds are made from a variety of materials ranging from aluminum, vinyl, wood, faux wood, cloth, etc. The type of materials you choose should match or complement the look of your interiors. Dress up your windows with blinds that combine function and style to create a strong impact for your room.