How to Choose The Right Window Coverings

“If the eyes are the windows to the soul,” as the saying goes then we can think of windows in our homes as more than just fixtures to allow you to see in and out of your house.  A simple upgrade of window coverings can vastly increase the value of your home as well as provide years of enjoyment and protection from the cold. Chicagoland Home Products offers high quality window coverings from Hunter Douglas and Norman. Here are a few tips to help you choose the right window coverings for your home.

Type of Window Coverings
The first thing to do is determine what type of window coverings you want to have in your home.  Window Shades maximize light control while providing sun protection and energy efficiency. Chicagoland Home Products shades use the latest advances in natural and manmade materials to cover virtually any window. Our extensive shade collection includes highly energy efficient Honeycomb Shades, elegant Roman shades, uniquely textured woven wood shades and many more.  Window sheers allow you to experience the greatest amount of light while still enhancing privacy. High quality shutters not only provide design, privacy, and light control options, but can also increases the value of a home. Chicagoland Home Products offers indoor shutters from both Hunter Douglas and Norman in order to give you the best quality shutters on the market. If you are looking for something simpler, we offer custom Hunter Blinds that will spruce up any room.
Choosing the right color for your window coverings
Once you choose the right window coverings that you want, then you have to decide which color works best for your space. Do you want your window coverings to seamlessly blend in with the rest of the house? Do you want your window coverings to provide a pop of color or accent a room’s decor? These questions can only be answered with an understanding of your particular taste and the overall decoration goals you have in mind for your home. Chicagoland Home Products offers free consultation to help you decide what wind.
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