Venetian blinds are the ideal choice as they not only give you complete control over the amount of light entering your bathroom, they also are excellent at providing privacy which is much needed especially if your bathroom is at the front of the house and looks out onto the street.
Cheap Venetian blinds can transform the look of your bathroom instantaneously! Nowadays there is no need to have white or cream, although these two colours still remain the most popular. A whole host of other colours are now available making it easy for you to have a fully coordinated bathroom.
If your looking for a more country cottage style Roman blinds are also popular for dressing bathroom windows. The great advantage of Roman blinds is that you can make your own simply by buying a Roman blind kits, these come complete with all fixings as well as instructions, this enables you to select fabrics which complement or match other furnishings within your bathroom.
From a safety point of view Venetian blinds are probably the best option as they fit snugly inside the recess of the window. The days of having curtains as the window dressing in bathroom is gradually disappearing! However, with the arts and crafts revival people are using fabric at the top part of the bathroom window to create a charming rural look. This delightful style is ideal if you have decided to opt for a more shabby chic interior and replaced your bathroom cupboard doors with fabric.
Cheap roller blinds are all so a good investment as a bathroom window dressing. With the latest wipe clean materials roller blinds offer excellent value for money, and as they are so inexpensive you can change them frequently to add new injections of colour into your bathroom!
This year's colour trends are greys with splashes of yellow or turquoise, whilst cherry red is also popular in bathrooms. If you prefer a more natural look and want to adopt eco-friendly materials within your bathroom, wooden Venetian blinds or wood weave Roman blinds can look stunning particularly when teamed with pine flooring, bath panels, vanity units and large mirrors with an antique pine frame.
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