By Doris RufOn Nov 12, 2017 Horizontal
Horizontal blinds are more common for windows that face north or south. This has to do with the angle of sunlight that’ll be coming into your home – horizontal shades can be adjusted up and down to block light or allow light in better as the angle of the sun changes. North- and south-facing windows, however, do not have direct sunlight, so they are well-suited for use in these locations.
Automatic blinds also eliminate the need for a cord or wand, which streamlines the look of the room. To personalize the design of your office space, you can choose horizontal blinds with slats made of vinyl, wood, aluminum, or faux finishes. Horizontal blinds are also easy to combine with sheer fabrics, resulting in an excellent balance of style and practicality.
Horizontal blinds are more practical for tall and narrow windows due to their design and construction. If you are worried about dirt or dust collecting at the bottom of your window coverings, horizontal blinds may be the best option, as they typically rest on window sills instead of the floor.
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