As great as large windows are, they’re not without their drawbacks. Yes, they provide rooms with lots of natural light but they also reduce privacy and, during the summer months, can make rooms uncomfortably hot. Luckily, there is an answer: vertical blinds.
Due to their design, vertical blinds can – unlike other types of blind – be made to fit virtually any size of window. They’re also available in numerous colours and designs so finding something that suits the room should be a fairly simple task.
Perhaps the most obvious benefit of using vertical blinds with large windows is that they can be used to provide additional privacy whilst still allowing a large amount of natural light in to a room. Unlike other types of blind, vertical blinds have what you might call an ‘intermittent’ setting where they are neither fully closed (and preventing natural light from entering the room) nor completely open (and affording you no privacy whatsoever) thus allowing the room to enjoy both sufficient privacy and natural light simultaneously. Better yet, if it’s a room with a pleasant view, you can use vertical blinds to stop the world looking in on you without sacrificing this entirely. Use thermal vertical blinds and you can add reduced heating bills to this list of benefits.
Ultimately, it is because of this versatility that vertical blinds are, in the opinion of Best View Blinds, the best choice for anyone that is lucky enough to have to deal with the ‘problem’ of large windows in the home.
Looking for vertical blinds for a large window? Have another blind-related query? Get in touch with Greater Manchester’s specialist blinds supplier and fitter Best View Blinds today.