Going through the winter season can be a bit hard for people who get cold very easily, but we try to make life simpler (and warmer) during these months, lots of ideas show up and one of them is insulating drafty windows! While we’re on that, you can also update your home winter decor with some window treatments for the season. Check them out!
"Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire: it is time for home." - Edith Sitwell
These shades can come with several benefits, alongside having different color options to choose from and match with the room decoration pattern, they’re really easy to use, since they can be lifted with either a remote or motorized wand.
Some other benefits include:
- Noise reduction
- Light filtering and blocking activities
Shutters also have a couple of awesome benefits, for instance: being able to fit pretty much any window shape out there. They also offer great control over the light entering a room, add some curb appeal, and even help insulate the room. There’s no going wrong with them, right?
Insulated curtains already give away their best benefit in the name: insulation! But you can also find amazing colors or even patterns to match your winter decor. It’ll look beautiful and your home will be super cozy!
In case you don’t find any insulated curtains you like, there’s also this next option…
You can either put together an insulated curtain with a simpler and cuter one, or learn how to properly layer curtains and go crazy mixing and matching your favorites patterns! They may not be the most efficient of all the insulating options, but they’re definitely full of style!
These are certainly the easiest option! Both to buy or DIY at home, the draft snakes can be personalized to your own style, and they prevent draft from getting into your house amazingly. Whether you use it on your door or your window (or both!), they’ll do the job! But since we’re talking about window treatments here, check out a couple of these other options:
Simply wrap a blanket and place it on your window sill. This is the easiest you can get!
A more modern-looking draft stopper can also be the case for you.
So, their popular name is “draft snake”, but why not a draft dog, right? Maybe even a draft cat, and so on. Don’t be afraid to get creative!
Hope you’ve liked these window treatment ideas for winter!
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