Blinds. Tuesday , August 14th , 2018 - 00:44:58 AM
The window blinds are designed in various styles. Roman, roller, open roman, apex, cellular, collinear, wood, panel, vertical, zebra and so on. Depending on your preference you can explore the right style. For both light and privacy, you can choose zebra or open roman blinds. These are most preferred in an office or home office windows. While you can have the panel and vertical blinds for your big windows, roman, roller and apex are preferred in other rooms. Roller blinds are most preferred in wash rooms and kitchen along with living and bedrooms. You just have to explore the options available depending on your needs and preferences and then move over to the desired style and design. The you have to measure the right size of the window to get the blinds customized so that they fits in there perfectly. Now you just have to explore your preferences and creativity and dress your room to reflect your taste.
Honeycomb, or cellular blinds are designed specifically to protect against heat loss, and they are made from air-pocketed honeycomb-like material. You can get single-cell honeycomb blinds which are effective in protecting against cold, or duel cell blinds which offer excellent insulation in the winter and summer months. You can also get blackout blinds which insulate while also blocking out light. And finally, light filtering blinds are useful for controlling the amount of light that enters a room, and can help you control the warmth of a room when the sun is shining.
Most Matchstick blinds come in a size which fits most standard home windows. The stick size is mostly 1/8" in diameter, but worry not; these are also available in other sizes and you can make a choice as per your preferences. And if you are still not satisfied, here is the catch: Owing to the nature of the stick, these can be easily customized by trimming them to fit your window size.
Before we discuss blinds, let’s try to understand the two basic types of insulation. Reflective insulation refers to insulation that is lined with a heat and cold reflecting material, while bulk insulation refers to the use of a thick material that prevents hot and cold air from entering your home. The insulation used in most buildings utilizes a combination of reflective and bulk insulation; and while you probably don’t want to use this kind of material as a window covering, the principles of insulating blinds are the same.