By Doris RufOn Nov 10, 2017 Kitchen
Does your kitchen face the street or is toward the front of your home? If so, you will want kitchen window blinds that gives you privacy. But privacy does not mean you ca not see out or that you ca not have natural light streaming in. Solar shades are a great option. If you choose the right solar shade, you will still have your privacy, but you can actually see outside. People outside your home, however, ca not easily look into your window. Your second option is a top down/bottom up shade. You can keep the bottom part of the window covered while leaving the top open, so you can have that sunlight. Your third option is a light filtering shade, which allows light to come through but no one, including you, can see through it.
The first tip to choosing kitchen window blinds is to stay away from fabric materials. Fabrics absorb grease, making them difficult to clean. Fabrics also generally absorb odor, so in a couple of years window treatments might end up smelling like fried chicken or ragu sauce. Dusting can be hard with kitchen window blinds because dust sticks to grease, sometimes smearing the dirt
If you only have one kitchen window, it is important to keep your natural light source as open as possible. So you will need to find something lightweight that accents the natural light you do get from that window. If you are not worried about people seeing into the kitchen, sheer shades are a beautiful option. They accentuate your window without covering up the best parts. You could also use any light filtering blind, but this might block more natural light than you want.
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