What do you notice whenever you walk into any office (for a meeting, collecting documents, etc.)? Interiors? Lighting? Overall feel? Minor details can make up a big impression. Window treatments bring together all the décor elements together and complete the look. They are an aesthetic element and work on maintaining the proper lighting and privacy.
Most window treatments you come across today are custom-fit to fit your space. Appropriate window treatments can even increase employee engagement and productivity, so a little thought is critical while installing window treatments.
Window treatment for Office
Roller Shades offers a clean, modern look and comes in various styles, fabrics, colors, and textures! They roll up neatly into a panel on the top of the window, creating a sleek look. You can pull them down completely for total privacy or adjust them to allow in the required light.
Solar Shades are one shade that will prevent all harmful UV rays from penetrating in and letting the sunshine come in.
Offices mostly have big glass windows where the amount of light coming in is immense. It leads to more use of ACs and hence more energy costs. Honeycomb shades trap hot air and keep the indoor temperature cool due to their unique cellular construction. These shades will trap in the cold air in winter and keep the rooms cozy and snug.
Like roller shades, you can customize them to suit any length and order from various colors, textures, and styles.
Shutters look great for your living rooms and adorn the office space. The panels are mounted in a shutter frame attached to the window opening. It creates a clean and sleek look. Shutters are a great choice when you have a small office space.
The different louver width allows you to achieve the desired light and privacy with are classical yet stylish window covering that will add to the aesthetics.
Another choice when you have log windows in the office is the popular vertical blinds. They run up and down and hang from a track attached to a valance. You can choose from the width of the panel, material, and even slat size. Even if your windows are small, you can hang them, they add to the visual height.