I recently sat down with Pamela Brown from Budget Blinds to discuss different types of window treatments for you home. Window treatments can add a new element to your home besides furniture and paint color.
One of the biggest trends Pamela is seeing in window treatments is going cordless. Cordless means you won’t need to have a pull cord to lift the blind, which is a great feature. In the past, cords have been a safety issue with children and pets.
Some examples of window treatments for your home are shutters; woven wood, honeycomb, roman shades and stationary panels.
Be sure to consider the function when picking out a window treatment. What do you need this treatment to do? “If you don’t hit the function the design doesn’t matter; it’s just a pretty window that’s a pain in the butt.” Once the function is chosen we can work with different fabrics to fit your home.