Each room in the house is used differently, which means that the same covering might not work as well in one room as another. The living room (which some people call the family room), is often one of the most used rooms in the home, so it requires a window treatment that will work the way it needs to. At Window Treats serving Monmouth Beach, we’ll be happy to discuss how your living room treatment can best suit your needs. Read on for some ideas!
Living Room (Family Room) Treatments
Your living room might require UV protection, privacy control, view-through, or aesthetic qualities. If the room faces south or west, natural sunlight might be too strong, and it could require that you add some form of insulation at the window. Here are some products to consider for your living room window:
- Designer Screen Shades. If you’ve got a lot of natural light, that could also mean a lot of direct sun and too many damaging UV rays. Designer screen shades can block up to 99% of harmful ultraviolet rays from damaging your flooring, artwork, and furnishings. Plus, if you choose a more open weave, you can get some view-through.
- Honeycomb Shades. Rooms that need additional insulation at the window—from too much heat or too much cold—could benefit from Honeycomb shades. These products trap air in their pockets, to keep outside air out and inside air in, all while offering light and privacy control. They are available in a wide array of textures and colors that can match or complement most décor styles.
- Vertically Oriented Options. If the window openings are large or if your living room includes a sliding glass door, you might need vertically oriented treatments. Luminette® Privacy Sheers or Skyline® Gliding Window Panels might be just the trick for the space, bringing a modern look and contemporary lines.
Add Dimension to Your Window With Drapery or Side Panels
No matter the base layer of window fashion you choose, you can add drapery or side panels to add depth to the room, bring in additional texture or color, or just make the window truly unique. Drapery or side panels can help block light from the sides of your window, and they’ll help finish the aesthetic look at the window.
Living Room Treatments in Locust, Long Branch New Jersey
Window Treats, Inc. is service-oriented business specializing in custom shades, blinds and draperies. We serve residential & commercial customers throughout New Jersey & New York, including Allenhurst, Brooklyn, Cherry Hill, Colts Neck, Deal, Eatontown, Elberon, Englewood, Fair Haven, Freehold, Holmdel, Little Silver, Locust, Long Branch, Manalapan, Manhattan, Marlboro, Middletown, Monmouth Beach, Monroe, New Brunswick, Oakhurst, Ocean Township, Rumson, Spring Lake, Teaneck. Contact us for a consultation!