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3 Things to Look for When Purchasing Window Treatments for Your Kitchen

Did you know we spend a majority of our time in the kitchen? Whether you were making breakfast, lunch, or dinner, you will need to grab items from your kitchen. In today's times, large and spacious kitchen are often found in people's homes. Thus, the kitchen has become an area to hangout with your friends and eat the food together. However, many homeowners have overlooked the best ways to cover your kitchen windows. So here are ideas on what to think about when purchasing new window treatments. 

Lighting in the Kitchen

Your kitchen should have good lighting while you are preparing food. It would be strange to have a dimly lit kitchen because you would not be able to see clearly the meat you are cutting. If your windows face the rising or setting sun, consider purchasing blinds and shades that have a feature on light control and reduction. However, if your kitchen doesn't have much light, consider filtering and sheer shades. It will keep your place private and maintain the light your kitchen gets. 

Children

If you have children in your home, you should consider going cordless. It will eliminate most window treatment injuries caused by children. So use either cord cleats or cordless blinds and shades for you windows if they are near tables, chairs, or any other place that are easily reachable by children. 

Large Windows

If you have large wall-length windows, consider top down bottom up shades. The sun's position will move during the day so your window treatments will have to be moved consistently. So, using top down bottom up shades to keep the glare out of your face when you spend time in the kitchen is a versatile approach to light control. It will also create a unique enviroment for your kitchen. 

 

3 Things to Look for When Purchasing Window Treatments for Your Kitchen

Did you know we spend a majority of our time in the kitchen? Whether you were making breakfast, lunch, or dinner, you will need to grab items from your kitchen. In today's times, large and spacious kitchen are often found in people's homes. Thus, the kitchen has become an area to hangout with your friends and eat the food together. However, many homeowners have overlooked the best ways to cover your kitchen windows. So here are ideas on what to think about when purchasing new window treatments. 

Lighting in the Kitchen

Your kitchen should have good lighting while you are preparing food. It would be strange to have a dimly lit kitchen because you would not be able to see clearly the meat you are cutting. If your windows face the rising or setting sun, consider purchasing blinds and shades that have a feature on light control and reduction. However, if your kitchen doesn't have much light, consider filtering and sheer shades. It will keep your place private and maintain the light your kitchen gets. 

Children

If you have children in your home, you should consider going cordless. It will eliminate most window treatment injuries caused by children. So use either cord cleats or cordless blinds and shades for you windows if they are near tables, chairs, or any other place that are easily reachable by children. 

Large Windows

If you have large wall-length windows, consider top down bottom up shades. The sun's position will move during the day so your window treatments will have to be moved consistently. So, using top down bottom up shades to keep the glare out of your face when you spend time in the kitchen is a versatile approach to light control. It will also create a unique enviroment for your kitchen. 

 

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