Those “open concept” homes can feel roomy and have a great flow, but they can also be a bit daunting to decorate, including with window treatments. After all, finding coordinating elements that can bridge a large area might be tough. At Window Treats here in Monmouth Beach, however, we have a few thoughts that might help you as you decide what will work for you. Read on to learn more, and be sure to contact one of our specialists for additional advice!
Larger Windows Let in Lots of Natural Light
Many larger spaces contain larger windows, which benefits the room with lots of natural light. Window treatments with warm colors for your window treatments can complement that light. Consider beiges, browns, grays, or natural wood (like wood shutters or woven wood blinds).
Dark Colors Are Good for Tall Ceilings
Dark fabrics on window treatments can create a cozier environment that can otherwise be lost in rooms with tall ceilings. If you’d like additional privacy, add a liner to the back of the treatment, which will also help with room-darkening. For great fabric options, be sure to check out the Hunter Douglas Design Studio™.
Lift System Is Important
Without a doubt, an automated lift system will make your life more convenient. No matter if you have blinds, shades, or shutters, PowerView® Automation will give you a hassle-free way to adjust them, even when you’re not at home. PowerView opens a whole new world of privacy, functionality, and safety for your home.
Helping With Energy Bills
Larger windows can mean more light—which can bring with it additional warmth in the summer. Plus, larger windows give more expanse of glass, which can let inside air escape and outside air sneak in, negatively impacting your room’s temperature. Choosing cellular shades like Duette® Honeycomb Shades can help insulate the window, providing protection from that excessive heat from the sun. These shades are built with honeycomb construction, which traps air in its pockets. Not only do these beauties help during hot days, but they can also help during cold ones, which can help keep your energy bill from getting too high.
Finding Treatments for Large Rooms in Monmouth Beach, Little Silver, Locust 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!