The Guide To Window Treatments For Your Living Room In New Brunswick, NJ
The living room is where you show off your decorating style. And beautiful windows are your chance to install a stunning window treatment to accentuate their shape and match your furniture.
You’ll want to take into consideration your window’s shape since many living rooms have specialty shaped or beautiful arched windows. You’ll also want to take into consideration how you want to frame the view outside, how much light comes through them, and how much privacy you desire. Your living room window treatments should let you control privacy and light so that your guests feel they’re welcome.
Your options for living room window treatments in New Brunswick include:
In contrast to shades, draperies, and blinds, living room shutters match your circular, triangular, octagonal, arched windows - even your french doors. They’re custom made to your window’s exact specifications. Each curve, corner, and angle is intact. And your guests will appreciate your concern for their privacy - and will take notice of your eye for architecture.
For a formal living room, look for window treatments that are more sophisticated and elegant. Plantation shutters feature wide horizontal louvers enclosed in a frame. Whether you select a deep stain for Ovation® wood, weathered reclaimed wood, or a traditional white paint for Polywood®, the resulting window covering matches the decorating style of your living room.
For a living room that will be used more for entertainment, how easy it is to operate the window treatment carries as much weight as its appearance. You can move the shutter louvers with a tilt rod to get as much light as you want. And you can open the panels completely to access the window.
Living room shutters keep your guests comfortably warm all through the evening. All you have to do is close the shutters completely for temperature control. And when you have Polywood shutters on your living room windows, you’re also taking advantage of the resulting energy savings.
The barn door panels easily glide on a top-mounted track to unveil the landscape outside the window. Once the panels are on both sides of the living room window, they frame the view and become standalone pieces of art.
But some shades can be ineffective at blocking light coming through the window. Consult with a window treatment expert about a certain shade’s room darkening capabilities.
Want More Window Treatment Ideas For Your Living Room In New Brunswick?
Find your inspiration in this idea gallery full of images of window treatments for living rooms and other rooms in your home. You can browse through examples of our work from around New Brunswick and see first-hand what might look better in your living room. And if you want to talk with a window treatment expert about your living room - or any other room in your house, call 732-301-6168 or fill out the form below!