Your living room should be welcoming to family gatherings and visiting guests. The window treatments you choose should help create this inviting atmosphere while at the same time protecting your furnishing from harmful UV rays and tempering the heat gain from direct sunlight. Here are some ideas for living room window treatments to help you get started.
Living room window treatments such as sheer shades and semi-opaque cellular shades will softly filter light while blocking UV rays. Wood blinds and shutters can bring the warmth of real wood into your home while providing great light control and privacy. For rooms with a sliding door, there are great alternatives to the traditional vertical blind - instead, try a modern panel track blind or a vertical sheer blind. Many of these products come in fabrics that coordinate to other window treatments, such as roman shades, to give you a matching look for all your windows.
Specialty lift options can offer flexible choices for operation and light control. For windows that are very high or difficult to reach, motorized lift or tilt options available on many blinds and shades to let you control the shade remotely. Top down/bottom up is another great living room window treatment that lets in light from the top while maintaining privacy by keeping the bottom of the shade closed.
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Light is gently filtered through the fabric; silhouettes are visible through the shade.
Opaque window treatments are made from fabrics or materials that block light.
Have a big window but don't like the look of vertical blinds? Try these other types of window treatments that are perfect for sliding doors and more.
Choose from our selection of window treatments featuring white and off-white fabrics and materials.
Choose from light gray tones to deep slate colors - everything between white and black
Try black window treatments for a striking contrast and modern look
Offering a variety of natural textures, fabric is featured in a number of shades and vertical blinds.
Flattened pieces of bamboo in various colors are the star of these window treatments
Strands of wild grasses are woven together for casual style
Whether a simple design or a complex weave, matchsticks make the shade.
Large round reeds with other natural materials make a bold statement.
Stained or painted narrow slats of wood are featured in these shades.
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