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Bedroom Window Treatments

Bedroom window treatments should balance the needs of privacy, light, and functionality, but should also be comfortable and inviting. Realistically, almost any window treatment would be appropriate for bedroom windows, but it's important to take sleep patterns, privacy and style preferences into consideration

Light Filtering

Softly filter incoming light for a warm, inviting glow.

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Room Darkening

Block almost all incoming light for a much darker room.

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Blackout

Completely block all incoming light for the best sleep possible.

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Privacy

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Top Down, Bottom Up

Lower your shades from the top or raise it from the bottom to balance incoming light and privacy.

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Routeless / Tapes

While tiltable slats provide versatile privacy, eliminating the vane holes can provide a more secluded, darker room.

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Drapery

Cover an existing window treatment with drapery for flexible privacy and a complete, layered look.

Style

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Woven Wood Blinds

  • Built with renewable materials
  • Natural, textured appeal
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Roman Shades

  • Variety of prints and patterns
  • Multiple fold types available
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Wood Blinds

  • Warm, timeless look
  • Hand-selected materials
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Faux Wood

  • Great for humid climates
  • Durable and long-lasting
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Cellular Shades

  • Highly customizable
  • Motorized/cordless option
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  • Any style works in a bedroom
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