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Treating windows can increase privacy, let in the sun (or not), and keep the cold weather away. 

In addition, it dresses up the windows, transforms the room into something formal, elegant, modern, or romantic while incorporating playful, playful elements.

Have you decided to go blinds or shades for your windows within the next few months? All the options can seem overwhelming and confusing when you’re just getting started. 

You can get help in taking a look at the wide variety of window coverings from experts. We hope you found this article helpful in determining what you want in your new addition to your home.

Here are some kinds of window coverings styles in the market. 

  • Layered Shades

There are two layers of fabric in Layered Shades, with solid colors alternated with opaque stripes. In this arrangement, light is softly filtered through the opaque fabric when both layers of the fabric are aligned. If you want a modern look, these are a great option. 

  • Roller Shades

Rolling shades look and work best inside window frames since they are an alternative to blinds. Like layered, a second window treatment is often incorporated with roller shades for aesthetic purposes and control additional light. 

Rolling shades allow you to decorate the window without altering the architectural details, which is a good choice if your window has extra-thick molding.

All the other options offer sleek and seamless appearances. Single fabric panels are discreetly rolled up into their casings. Fabrics and light filtering options are available for roller shades.

  • Pleated Shades

When the shade is pulled up, the fabric folds perfectly to layer perfectly. We recommend these to people looking for a stylish and sophisticated option as they are available in various pleat sizes and fabric colors.

  • Natural Shades

Bamboo, reeds, grass, jute, and other materials are usually used to fabricate these. With this beautiful earthen weave, you get the chance to roll up or down your shade to match your needs. People who want to create a relaxing and private atmosphere will love natural shades.

  • Sheer Shades

Despite looking like traditional blinds from afar, sheer shades are actually made using two layers of sheer fabric sandwiched between solid fabrics. 

While the fabrics lay flat, these shades allow light to filter through and provide complete privacy when turned vertically. A room with these would look delicate and soft.

  •  Roman Shade

Light-filtering and fabric-design options are available for Roman shades made from fabric. They create a simple yet dramatic design for your windows by folding them up into pleats when you need more light. 

  • Shutters

A shuttered home has a timeless, classic appearance. Wood and composite wood products are common materials for these window treatments, usually more expensive but add the most value and warmth to your home.

Final words

The type of window coverings you choose can greatly influence the interior design of your home, whether you’re moving in or changing your decor. 

Changing both the look and feel of a room can be accomplished with many types of window treatments.