When you’re looking for new window treatments, many of the examples you see are probably white or light-colored. But there are many different colors you can choose from, and there are many pros and cons. If you’re deciding between dark blinds and light blinds for your home, there are some things to consider.
Custom window treatments
When you choose custom window treatments, you can choose any color window treatments you want and choose from many different materials and patterns. You can have patterned shades or black plantation shutters. If the possibilities seem too endless, we have design experts who can go over the different options with you. We can help you choose the perfect window treatments for your home.
If you’re deciding between dark blinds and light blinds, you can’t really go wrong with either. Dark blinds can be used to blend in with a darker trim, or you can use them to stand out against a lighter room. The same can go for lighter blinds. Darker blinds can also make a room darker, since light has more trouble penetrating darker or thicker materials.
Light filtering and insulated window treatments
Are you interested in light filtering or insulated window treatment options, but don’t want dark colors? You can get light filtering window treatments in white. SOLAR shades are a great option for any room that gets a lot of sunlight. They are made with a special material to block out UV rays while still letting light through. They can prevent glares on your TV or computer screens, and they can help you save on your energy bills. SOLAR shades also come in different darkening and light filtering options. You can choose to have your room pitch black, or have some natural light come in while still protecting your furniture from fading. You can choose from a variety of colors.
Dark blinds and light blinds: Blinds Bros. offers many options
If you are interested in dark blinds or light blinds or learning more about our light filtering and insulating options, contact Blinds Bros. today. We know which kinds of window treatments work best in each room and which ones are low maintenance, so we can help you choose the perfect ones for your home.