Large Window Treatments & Blinds

  • Panel track blinds ideal for wide windows
  • Cellular shades easy for tall and thin windows
  • Wood blinds are good for tall, skinny windows
  • Vertical blinds work well on oversized windows
  • Utilize 2 or 3 on 1 headrail to distribute weight

When choosing window treatments for large windows consider the dimensions of the window. Horizontal blinds and cellular shades are an ideal choice for tall windows, and wood blinds work best for tall skinny windows. Vertical blinds or panel track sliding blinds usually works best on wide windows, and add height and formality to any room.

  • 24" x 36" change
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  • Opaque / Blackout (1) Opaque / Blackout

    Opaque window treatments are made from fabrics or materials that block light.

  • Semi-Opaque (1) Semi-Opaque

    Although light is substantially blocked, some vague shadows may be visible.

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  • Blackout (1) Blackout

    Blackout blinds and shades can eliminate glare on TVs and monitors, make sleeping easier or simply used to darken a room.

customer reviews for large windows

5 stars

"Blackout shade"

By from

Arrived sooner than expected, extremely well packaged.  Easy installation.  Excellent product, excellent results.  I will purchase again.

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5 stars

"Kitchen Windows"

By catemcc from West Greenwich, RI

Love these blinds!!  We feel it was well worth the extra cost to get quality.  No cords, no gizmos to get in the way.  Smooth handling up & down.  Installation was ridiculously simple.  Our main window is 65" wide & there was no need for a middle support bracket (sweet).  Thin profile & tight fit helps these blinds blend nicely with our window trim.  Shades do a nice job of blocking the harsh sun in wintertime without any gaps or peek-boo-holes.  Just perfect.

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