When it comes to your bedroom, picking out the right blinds is vital! You might be sensitive to light, or need blinds that keep heat in, so choosing the right blinds for your bedroom will help keep you comfortable and cosy all year round. Keep reading to find our breakdown of different kinds of blinds!
Light Sensitive Blinds
When it comes to light sensitivity, there are two main options to think about:
- Blackout blinds are great if you need to block out all light from your bedroom, and you can get a range of blinds in a blackout style to suit your bedroom.
However, you may not want to completely eliminate natural light from your bedroom, so you could consider:
- Roller blinds, Roman blinds or Vertical Blinds as these will filter out some light, but still leave a natural glow in the mornings. If you are someone who needs a bit of sunlight to wake up in the morning, these are great options.
Blinds For The Cold
When it comes to keeping the heat in, thermal insulated blackout blinds are your best option. Not only will they stop unnecessary light from entering your bedroom, they will stop heat from escaping too, giving you a toastier room during the winter months.
Roller blinds are typically a good choice for your bedrooms and are the most economical type of blinds. They usually come in the most varying ranges of colours and pattern options. They are a little difficult to maintain privacy and let light in, as you have to fully roll them up to get full light.
Wooden blinds can be a great addition to your bedroom, and they are another natural insulator. If you are looking for something to protect the heat in your room, these are a good alternative to thermal blackout blinds.
You can also tilt wooden blinds, to maintain your privacy while letting in natural light, which makes them a good fit for bedrooms.
Blinds Of All Kinds
If you are on the hunt for the perfect window blinds and shades, we are here to help. With our extensive range of made to measure blinds, we are sure to have something to cater to your needs.
For more information about our work and how we can help, feel free to get in touch with us today and speak to one of our team members.