Published at Tuesday, August 07th, 2018 - 09:54:24 AM. . By Yasmin Main.
Creative window blind idea combinations. Mixing window blinds and other styles and types of window treatments will allow you to be more versatile in your window decor ideas. To have necessary privacy along with light exclusion you would have a blind in a thick fabric along with curtains just for decoration if you want. Why not combined at floaty voile full-length curtain and a thick textured blind or maybe a splash of some more curious fabric only allowing it for dress curtains only. By draping a scarf or maybe a decorative shawl on some swag holders will soften the blinds lines. These ideas are more economical than the conventional drapery window coverings.
Perhaps the most popular window blinds at the moment are Venetian blinds, which are formed in a modern fashion which allows for compact design and sleek decoration. They are extremely popular in modern homes looking for contemporary styling that is both subtle and practical, with many homes choosing Venetian blinds for their conservatories and other large rooms with several windows. As open-plan living has become increasingly popular, so have Venetian blinds, because they are easy to use and take up very little space, allowing for the maximum amount of light when not in use, but complete privacy when required. Whilst standard curtains still remain popular, primarily because of the designs that are possible with them, it's clear that Venetian blinds are rapidly catching up, especially considering the way they complement the current trends in interior design, which favor minimalism and large amounts of space.
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