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Blinds that fit bay windows

Blinds that fit bay windows

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Bay windows are so great, that you would be lucky to have them in your house. They allow so much light to enter a room that it just makes it look bigger. The only thing you have to think about is how to cover these windows.

Let’s say you decided to go with blinds against curtains. This means you have to choose what type of blinds to use. Read the article below and then choose.

Bamboo Blinds

Bamboo blinds are more of an eco-friendly option. Still they are also elegant and are an often choice for interior designers. You can also get them in a roll up system. About the color, we can say that they are also available in other colors than the natural one. In the end we can say that bamboo blinds are very durable and are a good choice.

Vinyl Blinds

They are known for being the cheapest of all blinds. They come in vertical and horizontal arrangements. Normally bay windows require horizontal blinds, but this doesn’t exclude vertical blinds. If you don’t like the idea of cheap blinds that may not last forever, you can go for the faux wood blinds. They resemble wood so much and still cost a lot less. They are very resistant and easy to clean. Still this doesn’t mean you can’t actually choose wood blinds. They are a lot classier and increase the appeal of the room.

Mini Blinds

Another cheap option is the mini blinds. Despite of their low cost, they are still very durable. You can easily match them with the rest of the décor because they are available in so many colors and patterns. Cleaning is easy also and they look very pleasant due to the small width of the slats.

Panel Blinds

The last but not least are the panel blinds. They are the most stylish choice of all. The blind has more flat panels that can slide on a track and be opened when you want them. It is very easy to match the panel blinds with the rest of the décor.

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