Looking for window treatment ideas to increase privacy while adding style to your home decor? There are literally hundreds of options and styles to choose from.
JAG Window Tinting & Treatments partners with top-of-the-line manufacturers, including Hunter Douglas, Gaber and Mecho, to provide you the best options for blinds, plantation shutters, window shades and more. Here are some window treatment ideas that you might not have considered before.
Window Treatment Ideas: Frame Your Windows with Plantation Shutters
Plantation shutters are available in many colors and compliment any décor theme while withstanding the test of time. Your windows will not go unnoticed with this window treatment idea.
While JAG Window Tinting & Treatments offers a variety of plantation shutters, Hunter Douglas’s NEWSTYLE® Hybrid Shutters are made from a wood composite material that is co-extruded with a polypropylene coating for a quality product built to last. These shutters feature a grain-like finish that replicates the warmth of wood, but withstands various weather conditions over time.
The window shutters can be made to fit a vast number of window sizes, including custom shapes and sliding glass doors. Choose from a variety of colors to match your interior design while showcasing your windows.
JAG Window Tinting & Treatment has trained employees on staff that have experience installing plantation shutters in a variety of different custom sizes and materials.
Window Treatment Ideas: Add Style with Window Shades and Roller Shades
Get a clean, contemporary look with state-of-the-art technology. Hunter Dougas’ roller shades are uniquely designed to be both aesthetically pleasing and technologically advanced. Each shade is engineered to deliver minimal light gap while offering quiet, flawless and smooth roller window shades systems.
The motorized window treatment system, Hunter Douglas’ PowerView Automation, allows you to schedule your shades to automatically open and close throughout the day with a touch of a button, a tap on a mobile device or the sound of your voice.
Roman window shades (sometimes referred to as roman blinds) are another stylish option for your home. These shades form layers that stack evenly and smoothly as the window shade opens. If you desire a soft fabric look, these shades can provide a touch of elegance to a room.
These fabric window shades are available in an assortment of colors, textures and opacities. The window treatment ideas are endless with shades.
Window Treatment Ideas: Explore the Endless Possibilities of Blinds
From vertical blinds to more traditional venetian or mini blinds, there are several different types of window blinds to consider to enhance the décor of your home while protecting your privacy and cutting down on unwanted harsh effects of the sun.
So, what is the difference between some of the blinds? Venetian blinds have a 2-inch horizontal slat, typically made of aluminum or plastic, that stack on top of one another. The slats are suspended by cords that provide a support mechanism for the slats to rotate in unison when opening and closing. Wood blinds are built like venetian blinds but the slats are made of wood. Mini blinds, however, have slats that are narrower than venetian blinds. Meanwhile, vertical blinds have slats that hang vertically, rather than horizontally.
Hunter Douglas’s blinds are made of high-quality wood, faux wood and aluminum. They come in a variety of colors, textures and styles.
Get Even More Window Treatment Ideas
JAG Window Tinting & Treatments has experts on staff to guide you through the ideation process of selecting a window treatment that will enhance your home. Whether you are looking for kitchen window treatments, bathroom window treatments or even window treatments for sliding glass doors, JAG Window Tinting & Treatments has staff that can assist.
Visit JAG Window Tinting & Treatment’s Hunter Douglas website for even more window treatment ideas. Or schedule an in-home or virtual consultation today. Contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (321) 631-2100 (Brevard County) or (407) 720-4722 (Orlando).