29 Sep 6 ways to give your living space a needed change, with blinds.
Anywhere with glaring sunlight, so you might say. But some may not know that putting blinds in certain areas will help make space look spacious. Here are some ideas that will help you decide where to install blinds in your home:
In addition to normal curtains, try having another layer of blinds. Not only it helps shading you from the bright sun, it also gives a romantic atmosphere to the whole bedroom. It will be useful for light sleepers because layered blinds can block out more light, thus improving sleep quality.
Normal curtains will absorb the smells and splashes due to its fabric, but not if you use blinds made of water-resistant materials like wood or metal blinds. They are also easier to clean, just wipe them down with water and detergent to regain its glory.
3. Living rooms.
Use blinds to fake a large window by attaching the blinds just slightly below ceiling level, it will create an illusion that you have a high ceiling, making your living room appear larger and grander.
4. The balcony.
When you hang blinds outdoor, it will not only shade us from the sun, but also from the rain or any dust and debris that might be blown in by the wind. It also gives your balcony a luxurious feeling, making it look like there’s another space in your home.
Apart from acting like a bathroom decor, it can double as a divider between spaces. For smaller homes, you can open the curtain to make a space look bigger by disguising a continuous space between the bathroom and the external living space. Of course, you can draw the blinds for privacy whenever you need to use the bathroom.
5. Working space.
Separate your study or office with blinds to give a definition for your working space in your home. Blinds can make a space appear professional, making the area conducive and productive to work in. When not in use, draw the blinds to expand the space.
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