Combining curtains and blinds
When it comes to finding window treatments, most people just tend to stick to one type per window. But not me, I say the more the merrier! Pairing curtains and blinds together can offer a more finished look and improve the function of your windows, so it's worth considering all of your options before you make a purchase. Read on for more window treatment pairing tips.
Get More Natural Light
If you love the look of natural light in your home, but don't want to compromise your privacy, translucent roller blinds paired with curtains will do the trick. This winning combination will allow plenty of energising natural light to enter the room during the day, which is ideal for heavily frequented areas like the lounge room or kitchen. The same functionality can also be achieved by matching a block-out roller blind with a translucent or sheer curtain.
Block Out Light
For rooms in the home that require total block out at time (like the bedroom or media room), you can't go past double block out roller blinds paired with a block out curtain. Single roller blinds with a sheer curtain or a block out curtain will also do the trick.
If you don't have any major concerns around how much or how little light enters the room, I'd recommend pairing any style of roller blinds with a sheer curtain. If you're looking for a few extra style points, the combination of woven roller blinds paired with regular block out curtains is a versatile and appealing option that is bound to suit the style of any home.
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