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Bedroom Window Treatments

Posted: Thursday, September 1st, 2011 | Filed under: modern window treatments, privacy window treatments, window blinds, window shading
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Choosing your bedroom window treatments may be just as difficult as choosing window treatments for the living room. The bedroom is a relaxing environment and where you want to get a good night’s sleep. Window treatments can be based on design (appearance, style) and function (darkening, motorized).

The right window treatment can turn any bedroom into a modern bedroom.  There are a few things to consider when shopping for bedroom window treatments, so keep these things in mind:

When consider window treatments for function, it’s important to think about the thickness of the fabric. If your bedroom window gets a lot of morning light, it might be wise to consider a thicker, heavier fabric to block the light. Blackout shades are also an option, which help reduce the amount of light entering the room as well as helping control the level of noise. Blackout shades are commonly found in bedrooms that are located near a busy street or receive a lot of direct sunlight throughout the day.

Since bedrooms represent style as well, bedroom window treatments are often chosen by the color palette and theme of the already existing bedroom. Choosing between simple and more dramatic window treatments can help enhance the look of the bedroom overall. Depending on your particular taste, choosing softer colors for the fabric may help keep the bedroom simple. Dark red, chocolate or blue give the room a pop, without overtaking it. Neutral colors like white or cream may keep the room less busy and more elegant. There are also different pattern options to choose from to help enhance the look and feel of your bedroom. If the bedroom is simple and you’re looking for something exciting, choose a stripes or even floral pattern to help bring out the personality.

You can choose your bedroom treatments based on whether you want to block out the sun, add a little color to your neutral room or if you’re looking to bring out your personality. Always think function and design when choosing window treatments (bedroom or other). There are always endless options when decorating or designing the interior of your home.

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