You have plenty of interior choices, from curtains and nets to shutters and blinds, all of these are good contenders but which ones are best?
We examine some of the most worthy candidates here and take a closer look at their merits.
The good thing about curtains is you can coordinate them to match the decor of your home. Close them and they work in harmony with pvc double glazing, helping to trap heat within the home. They come in various sizes, you can choose different fabrics, and hang them using a variety of methods from curtain poles to tracks and rods. Plus if you get bored with the look you can simply take them down and replace them in a matter of minutes with different looking items
Nets and voiles are good options if privacy is your main concern. They are available in a variety of styles, are relatively easy to hang and they are simple to take down for cleaning purposes. Not everyone is a huge fan of nets though. If you prefer contemporary window dressings, nets might be a little old fashioned for you.
Choice is never lacking if you are considering fitting blinds as window features. Different styles make shopping for blinds fun. Take your pick from rollers to venetians, pleated Roman, plastic, metal or wooden slatted options. Blinds are suitable for all rooms within the property. Roller blinds are great for kitchens and bathrooms, pleated blinds look beautiful in bedrooms, and venetians are practical for downstairs living areas.
Choose shutters if you want to create a classy, plantation look at your property. Shutters are stylish and they are available in a variety of configurations depending on your requirements, full height, cafe style or tier on tier are just some of the options available.
Once you install a new set of double or triple glazed windows take your pick from any of the options we mention here and finish those frames in style.