Image featuring 25mm Aluminium Venetian Blinds
Thinking about restyling or redecorating a small room in your home, but have no idea where to start? With so many interior items to consider, it’s easy to make the mistake of choosing your window coverings last.
But when it comes to designing tiny spaces, your choice of blinds or shutters should definitely become a priority, as window coverings are one of the best design elements that you can use to make a small room feel bigger.
Scroll through the 4 designs below to discover some popular window coverings for small spaces and see how they make compact areas more inviting.
Vertical blinds are perhaps the most effective tool at your disposal if you’re looking to make a space feel less closed-in. This is because they create the illusion of length by leading the eye up towards the ceiling rather than from wall to wall. What’s more is the fact that they can slide to one side to let a large amount of sunlight in. And since natural lighting can create a more open atmosphere, opting for our Vertical blinds is a great way to ‘expand’ any room!
Want your small space to exude elegance? Why not consider our Tecwood Shutters? These stunning shutters will take your teeny space from casual to classy in an instant! This great product not only comes in classic white – which helps reflect light and makes spaces appear roomier – but can also be made to fit panels that are as small as 300mm.
Lantex Fabric Venetian Blinds
Our Lantex Fabric Venetian Blinds are one of the most practical window coverings for small spaces like kitchens and bathrooms because they are 100% waterproof as well as fire retardant. This trendy window treatment offers a softer and more welcoming look, which can work to lift the mood of a room and make it seem less confined.
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Redecorating or restyling small spaces doesn’t mean you have to think small. You can use our brightly coloured Roller Blinds to breathe new life into a small bedroom or office and unify your lively colour scheme. What’s really great about these blinds is that they are available in translucent material that blocks out all the harmful rays and allows just the right amount of light in to brighten up a room’s atmosphere.
As shown in the examples above, window coverings for small spaces can have a massive impact on a room’s design! We hope that after reading this blog, you’ll have a better idea of how to move forward with your design project. But if you’re still a little uncertain about which window covering to choose, then be sure to get in touch with one of our experienced consultants at your nearest Windovert franchise for professional assistance.