Dining Room Window Treatments

  • Soft, diffused light keeps dining pleasant
  • Fabric shades provide a natural, soft feel
  • Wood and faux wood enhance a traditional look
  • Add drapery for a luxurious setting
  • Romans add a decorative touch

Presentation is an essential part of any meal and dining room window treatments can magnify the ambiance for you and your guests. Whether you are seeking a relaxed, casual look with wood blinds or cellular shades, or you lean toward a more formal dining experience, with roman shades or drapery, Blindsgalore has all styles covered. Make sure to consider the light that enters the room during different times of the day and night so that you may soften the glare and darken the space for each meal. By controlling the amount of light, you can control the mood for a romantic dinner or a happy Sunday brunch.

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Good Housekeeping™ Sheer Shades: 2" Light Filtering

retail $298.60 $200.00 + an extra 10% off

Certified Best for Kids

Products with this label meet or exceed safety recommendations approved by the Window Covering Manufactures Association (WCMA) and have undergone rigorous third-party testing.

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Good Housekeeping™ Sheer Shades: 3" Light Filtering

retail $328.46 $220.00 + an extra 10% off

Certified Best for Kids

Products with this label meet or exceed safety recommendations approved by the Window Covering Manufactures Association (WCMA) and have undergone rigorous third-party testing.

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4 stars

"An acceptable purchase alternative"

By twiggy from Vancouver, WA

We nstalled these next to a room where we had used a more expensive,national brand of this type of shade.  These look as good or better, and were somewhat cheaper.  There is an imperfection in one of the cords but I'm sure they will correct that once I contact them.  These are slightly less sheer than I was expecting--they provide more privacy, if you want that, but the details of your flower garden might be harder to see.  They do let in lots of light and would be too sheer for a sleeping area.  We knew that and wanted the light!

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