The biggest mistake homeowners make while choosing window treatments is the same room covering for every room. Gone are those days when curtains or vertical blinds were the only options. We do not deny that curtains and vertical blinds are still popular;many options are available today.
Curtains or Draperies work best when you have big rooms as they take up quite an extended area. For small spaces, you need to look for other available alternatives.
You can choose from real wood or composite wood shutters per your taste and budget. They offer a neat, clean look. They let in the natural light when opened, making your room look big. Also, they are great at offering insulation and keeping indoors warm and cozy during winter.
The best thing about plantation shutters is they fit every size and shape of the window. Even if you have arched, bay, triangular or octagonal windows.
Roller shades are a good pick for a small home office with a small window. They are a minimalist window treatment with no frills or embellishments, and the fabric covers the window offering a clean look. An opaque roller shade is a great idea to make your room and window look bigger.
These shades are a classic window treatment made of high-quality fabric that sits above the window frame, making them appear large. The fabric adds warmth to the room, making it welcoming for the guests and you. You can get them in different styles, colors, patterns, and textures to match any décor and decorate your space.
They are cost-effective yet very popular window treatments amongst all homeowners. They are available in many varieties – mini blinds, aluminum blinds, vertical blinds, etc. All are great options for small windows. However, look no further than the wood blinds if you want to create a classy look.
Choose window treatment for your small space carefully, as it can make or break the room’s look. The window covering options discussed above will help you create the perfect look for your small space in terms of style and functionality. They will help you create an illusion of a larger space. Schedule a free in-home consultation with design experts to understand more and make a better decision.