Different Rooms and the Right Window Treatments for Them

Posted on Sep 1 2016 - 8:10pm

Window TreatmentsWindow treatments don’t just improve the lighting and ventilation of any room, they also provide more aesthetic appeal. That’s why you should know how to choose the right types of window treatments for certain rooms to achieve the look you’re going for. 

Here are some suggestions to help you out.

Living Room

For the living room, the options are practically endless because it all depends on the overall look and feel you’re going for, Image Blinds says. Brisbane roller blinds, drapes without ties, pleated drapes, window clings, and curtains are some of the best choices because they are kid-friendly and allow you to control the amount of natural light that enters your living room.


The bedroom is where you spend every night to relax and sleep to prepare for every day ahead of you. That’s why you need window treatments that can block natural light, but won't make you feel like you’re in a cave. Achieve the right balance by using plantation shutters, blackout curtains, or Roman shades.


The kitchen is a busy room, so you should choose sturdy window treatments that could withstand heat and keep the room cool even if the oven is turned on. The window treatment must also be easy to clean and must not have chains or cords. Wood blinds and café shutters are the best options here as they can make your kitchen feel cosier.


The bathroom is a private space where you should feel relaxed and comfortable. You should be careful what window treatments to use especially if your bathroom faces the front of your home or is adjacent to a neighbour's window. Roman shades, natural fibre shades, café shutters, and draped with tiebacks are some of the most popular options.

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Now that you have some options, you can pick and buy the right window treatments for your home. Buy only from trusted sellers so they last long.