The Smaller rooms in the house are often the cosiest, whether it’s a spare room, a children’s room, or other.
Often people can feel constricted from a design point of view when it comes to their smaller rooms. The tighter the space, they feel, the harder it can be to put their own stamp on the design of the room.
That’s categorically not the case. Sometimes only slight creative changes can be needed to enhance the look of a smaller room and make it stand out more than it ever has before.
An inventive way to enhance the look of smaller rooms in the home is to install blinds and shutters on the windows to produce something visually stunning and creative.
Smaller rooms can also become hotter more quickly due to the compact space, which makes window blinds a fantastic option for rooms treated as workplaces within the home or smaller flats.
With another few months of warmer weather predicted blinds which protect from UV rays and keep the heat out are a marvellous investment that can also help improve property prices.
Window blinds come in all shapes and sizes, from silhouette styles to pleated blinds and much more besides.
But the best blinds are ones that are entirely bespoke, and made for the benefit of the house they’re measured to fit.
There are thousands of different design styles, shapes and colours that can be fit any window in the house, whether in a small room or to fit entire conservatories to give them a real injection of style.
Blinds don’t come in one shape, size, or style. There are all sorts of ways a set of blinds can improve the look of a home with a nice, classical style made out of high-quality woods with a polished finish to more modern designs and finishes.
Pleated blinds from Thomas Sanderson are a great way to keep the heat out of smaller rooms without compromising on style. The most important thing to consider though is how blinds complement the rest of the room’s design, and can act as an excellent starting point before people decide to decorate.
Pleated blinds are some of the most stylish available and are making something of a comeback according to home décor expert Mary Scalli.
She also points out how blinds are more than just window dressing, and are an incredibly practical way to lower utility bills by keeping heat out on hot days.
Consider furniture in smaller rooms. People only have a limited amount of space to work with so plan ahead and look for furniture that matches the planned décor and style of the room and potential blinds. To find out more check out JM Interiors