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Large Window Treatments & Blinds

Large living room featuring ceiling to floor windows with shades behind a modern style sofa.

Having large rooms to spread out, appreciate the openness and/or entertain, sounds appealing to most of us. Yet, all that space can make it challenging to decorate in a way that feels comfortable and inviting.

One way to address that challenge is by choosing the right window treatments. Large rooms often mean large windows, an asset to welcoming in the sunlight, or enjoying the views, but also challenging when it comes to energy efficiency and privacy.

Here are four tips for shining the light on large rooms while accentuating your décor.

Large Windows Provide lots of Natural Sunlight

Warm colors complement the natural light pouring into your room. When you use warm colors in window treatments you complement the flow of that natural sunlight shining in. From beiges and browns to grays or even wood, these window treatments contrast the outdoor views of nature and its landscapes with the lighting inside.

 

Dark Colors make Lovely Accents 

Window treatments that use dark fabrics can dramatically change the lighting of any room and can create a cozy atmosphere. Consider a room-darkening fabric or liner for added privacy if you have large windows in a bedroom.

 

Using Motorization to Cover Large Windows

Whether dressed with drapes, blinds, shades, shutters or a combination, window treatments that are controlled by a motorized operating system makes adjusting the amount of light that enters a room as easy as pressing a button. With the convenience of controlling the window treatments by remote, phone or tablet, you can relax from your sofa or bed and create your preferred lighting environment quickly and easily.

Large, brightly lit living room featuring ceiling to floor windows with shades behind a sofa and accent chair. Duette® Shades in Metallic


Large, dimly lit bedroom with large windows featuring dark fabric blinds for dramatic lighting. Applause® Cellular Shades

Benefits of using Large Window Treatments

You appreciate the sun’s rays shining into your room, bringing in light and warmth. However, larger windows in your living room or bedroom may allow so much sunlight into the room that it gets too warm. Did you know that up to 30% of a home’s heating and cooling energy can be lost through its windows? The superior design of honeycomb shades may help with temperature control. The design traps air in distinct pockets to help keep your room cool when it overheats from the sun’s brilliant rays (not to mention, it helps keep the room comfortably warm in the winter as well).

Whether it’s a spacious living room, bedroom, or dining area, give your windows room to shine with any one (or all four) of these tips when decorating the larger spaces within your home.

Woman operating her motorized blinds in a naturally lit dining room. Sonnette® PowerView® Shades in Ainsley Voyage

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