Window Treatments. Friday , September 28th , 2018 - 23:37:21 PM
Before you start shopping for your window treatments, the first thing you should do is to create a budget for yourself. This should actually be the first step before you even start considering the type and style of window treatments you might like. It makes absolutely no sense to look at certain window dressings that are outside of your budget. If you don't create an honest budget, you very well may wind up regretting the amount you spend after you get your credit card statement.
Custom window treatments can be intimidating for many consumers. Many are overwhelmed by the choices in treatments. Others worry that custom window treatments may be cost prohibitive. There are even those individuals who feel that window treatments are only appropriate for traditional design styles. The reality is that yes, there are thousands of style, fabric and design options for custom window treatments. Window treatments can be as diverse and creative as the creative mind can imagine and a good designer can design. And although they can be costly, they should be considered as an investment, something that, if done correctly, you will live with and enjoy for many years to come. I came across an article recently that stated that on average, individuals who purchase store bought window treatments will change them out once per year while individuals who purchase custom treatments will keep their treatments for at least seven years. If you do the math, at about $100 per window for store bought treatments, you have paid more for them over seven years than if you had invested the money to purchase custom treatments.
Window treatments are an integral aspect of any room's designs, and today they range from simple floor-length fabric or modern-styled blinds to elaborate fabrics and draperies that embody the style of any era. Ideally, you want to find window treatments that represent your own personal style while also matching the function of the room. These basic guidelines will bring together elements of budget, function, and style so you can find the perfect coverings for all the windows in your home
With your budget in mind, you should also be prepared to set your priorities. Unless you can afford to do all the windows in your home at one time, you may have to choose which rooms are most important to you. Dress living room and bedroom windows first and then consider window treatments in the bathroom or kitchen, for example. Ultimately, you want to consider things like privacy when prioritizing, but also take some time to think about which windows treatments are the most expensive as well.
Custom window treatment might not be something you're considering because of the cost. However, before you write it off as too expensive, you should think about how valuable it can be for your life. There are lots of advantages to getting your window treatments done by real professionals. Here are just a few of them. Window treatments that fit your lifestyle: One thing people often don't realize is how much window treatments can be tailored to fit a particular lifestyle. It doesn't have anything to do with the actual style of your home, but it has everything to do with the way you want to live your life. There are all sorts of choices to make when it comes to window treatments, and if you make the right choice, you'll be much happier in the long run with what you get.
Once you have answered the question of what you need, then you can begin to consider your options. If you need the maximum in light blocking and light control (for instance, in a bedroom where someone needs to sleep during the day), then you might want to consider dual window treatment options on those windows. Total light-blocking blinds are a good option, but you can also combine them with fabric panels to help add to the light-blocking properties. The fabric panels will also give you light control when the blinds are opened, and depending on your color and texture choice you can give a light and airy feel to the room even when the blinds are closed and no sunlight is coming through.
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