You can have just the right amount of sunlight in your home, whether it’s the bedroom, living room or kitchen. Your window blinds give you high level of control over glare and light control.
But choosing the right fabric can be confusing. To help you choose the right fabric to get the effect you want with your blinds, here is a look at the differences between openness and opacity.
Handling View and Glare with Solar Screen Fabric
When you have solar screen blinds, you can control the amount of openness. This means your can allow just the right amount of light in through big windows, skylights and the sliding doors to your patio.
You control the level of light by choosing solar blinds by percentage of openness. The smaller the level of openness, the less light enters the room, and the less of a view you have.
Filtering Light with Other Fabrics
Do you use pleated, roman, cellular or roller shades, or have drapes on your windows? The amount of filtering you can get depends on the fabric.
Here is an overview of what results you can expect with different types of fabric.
Blackout: this has an additional blocking material to really stop light from entering your room. It is the right choice if you have trouble sleeping.
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