Huge range of blinds, curtain and shutters available in Australia nowadays can leave anyone overwhelmed. At Advanced Blinds, we can spare you this frustration. Our experts will ask you just the right questions that will enable you get the perfect custom made blinds or made to measure curtains for your needs. There are a few key factors that can help you pick the right window treatments with ease. Let’s have a look:
- Opacity: Opacity of window treatments you choose for your home depends on your needs and personal preferences but there are some simple things everyone can use. Common spaces such as living room or family room don’t need too much privacy but you need maximum light in these rooms. So, installing semi-sheer window treatments such as stylish made to measure curtains, makes good sense in these rooms. People who like to sleep during the day or who are looking for appropriate window treatments for their baby’s bedroom should opt for blackout coverings.
- Privacy: Bathrooms need the highest level of privacy. Hard window treatments such as custom made blinds are an excellent choice for any bathroom window. Top up/ bottom down blinds offer maximum privacy as well as enough light in the bathroom. Properly installed made to measure blinds can also help in maintaining a comfortable temperature in the bathroom by keeping cold out.
- Floor to Ceiling Draperies: Choosing window coverings for bedroom is somewhat tricky. Bedrooms need both privacy and light. In this situation, floor-to-ceiling draperies are a good idea. When closed, they offer maximum privacy but still allow light to come through because of the fabric. You can choose the thickness of fabric according to the amount of light you want in your room.
- Layered Window Treatments: People who are looking for window treatments for their media room or TV room usually opt for layered treatments. This not only helps them to achieve theatre like darkness in the room but it also improves the acoustics of their home theatre.
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