Bedroom Blinds: Stylish and Functional Window Treatments

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Your bedroom is your most personal space. When it comes to decorating windows, most people prioritize privacy and security over aesthetic designs. With the sheer number of blinds available these days, there’s no reason your privacy and artistic expression should be mutually exclusive. In this article, we will discuss some blinds suitable for bedrooms.

Blinds Suitable For Bedrooms

Bedrooms are an oasis for many individuals. That is why it is important to select blinds suitable for bedrooms. Below you will find a list of different types of blinds and descriptions to help you pick out the perfect window treatments.

1. Blackout Blinds
You may want blinds that prevent the sun from shining on your face early in the morning in your bedroom.

Blackout blinds are on the extreme “keep all sunlight out” end of the sun rays spectrum. They’re for people who love

a dark room. Most blackout roller blinds have a tighter weave so that light cannot slip through.  Blackout cell shades have a liner on the back that blocks light from getting in and blackout roman shades have a fabric liner, as well, that keeps the pesky light from shining on your face in the morning.  Some of the bedrooms blind to choose from including;

2. Double Cell Shades & Day/Night Shades
Sometimes called duettes, double cell shades offer an extra layer of insulation and fabric to help block out heat and light.  One other feature is the top down, bottom up option. Depending on the type of duette blind you pick, you’ll be able to leave either the top or bottom sides rolled.

Some 2 in 1 duette blinds have two different fabrics in one blind, with each fabric performing a specific function.  These are also called day and night shades.  They can be useful if you want light sometimes and darkness at other times.  These shades are considered great insulators.  The front fabric can be light filtering and the rear fabric can be made as a blackout, so you have the option of letting light in or keeping it out.

3. Roman Blinds
These classic blinds are also a great bedroom choice, especially if you don’t want light reflecting on your face come morning, but are still partial to natural daylight when you’re not asleep. Remember that typical roman blinds don’t come with blackout linings, so make sure you order them as well.

4. Vertical Blinds
Like Roman blinds, vertical blinds aren’t designed to entirely block out sunlight. However, they do come with attachments that make it possible to affix blackout linens.

The only issue is that since vertical blinds have gaps between the rails and the fabric, as well as between each fabric strip, they make total blackouts virtually impossible. So you may get sunlight streaming in from above.

5. Wooden Venetian Blinds
These types of blinds have gaps between their wooden slats. This, coupled with the holes through which the cords run, means sunlight can stream through a ton of places. So just like the vertical blinds, wooden Venetian blinds alone may not be the best coverings for your bedroom.

If you’re set on getting this particular type of blind, then look for privacy wooden Venetian. Privacy wooden Venetian blinds allow for more security, but they also prevent heat transferring into your bedroom.

Overall, blinds suitable for bedrooms have to do with personal taste. Above are a few to consider when remodeling your bedroom. At Rapid Blinds we provide blinds for your bedroom to not only maintain privacy but also create aesthetic appeal.

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