You’ve completed your home remodel and have almost everything just the way you want it. Now what? One thing you may want to consider is what kind of window coverings you plan on using in your South Bend home. These are important aspects of the home and can accentuate the rest of the areas you’ve already remodeled. It’s important to know the different types of coverings and what you should consider regarding your decision.
Curtains or Drapes
No matter the look of your home, curtains or drapes can have a good look that helps filter out the lights from the outside and provide a comfortable feel. The decision comes when you try and figure out which types of curtains or drapes you want to install. You may want something a bit lighter and choose sheer curtains that allow some light. Or you may choose blackout curtains that are heavier, keeping out nearly all light.
Determining what kind of blinds you want depend on the style you want matching the rest of the stuff in your home. For instance, you may need to choose between vertical and horizontal blinds, the type of material, and the color of the finish. They’re effective at blocking out light and can easily open up to let the light in.
Shutters are a great option for those who want a classic and elegant look with some style. These are sturdy options, allowing you to choose between wood, vinyl, or composite. There are different types of colors and finishes and you can customize your shutters to fit in perfectly with your remodeled home. They offer minimal light when desired and can open up to give your home a larger feeling.
Our team at HM Remodeling knows how difficult it can be to make specific choices regarding accents around your home. We want to help you understand your options so you can make the choice that is right for you.
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About the Author: Dave Sipp, HM Remodeling
Dave Sipp owns HM Remodeling with his wife, Janet. He specializes in kitchen and bathroom remodeling services and has recently expanded the business’ offered services into interior design and home furnishing. Dave takes a “whole home” approach to remodeling, striving to create a cohesive appearance and feel for a home.