When choosing the right blinds for the bathroom, it’s important to go with practicality and functionality over aesthetics. Sure, wooden blinds can look amazing in the bathroom, right up until the moisture damages the material and you end up with wood rot. So be sure to go with the right material that has the right look in your bathroom.
”A girl once came to my beery flat in Kensal Green, opened the blinds and cooked me breakfast. I married her.” - Peter Capaldi
For most bathrooms, roller blinds are the way to go. They provide privacy, are easy to operate, and can even have certain treatments installed to further benefit your home. Here are just a few of the different options when it comes to roller blinds.
- Light filtering
- Light blackout
- UV protection
- Roman shades
- Mini blinds
Second best would be venetian blinds. These completely practical units are slightly cheaper, but have a tendency to get wrapped up in themselves if used improperly. These are more common types of blinds for windows. Just make sure they’re made of something that can resist moisture!
While you usually find these in the kitchen, pleated shades can also be found in the occasional bathroom. Not only are they easy to work with, but they’re even easier to install. This makes them one of the best types of blinds for windows.
Even smaller than mini blinds, these types are much more apt to shield against sunlight and protect your privacy. That’s because when they’re folded shut, they nearly become another wall. Just one that you can fold up. Micro-blinds make for some of the best blinds for large windows.
Looking to install new blinds on your bathroom window? Want to know what options are available? Don’t DIY, contact a pro for a free estimate today!
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