If you're looking for flexible window coverings that can cope with the conditions in various rooms, why not consider roller blinds? Here are several ways they offer flexibility.
Light Control Options
Roller blinds let you control the incoming daylight in various ways. For the most freedom, install a dual blind fitted with a sunscreen and a blackout blind. Thus, fitting the blinds in a living area with a garden view lets you leave the filtering blind down during the day. That way, you'll enjoy the openness of being able to see outside while being protected from glare and UV rays. In a bedroom where you want peaceful darkness, you can pull down the blackout blind.
Different Window Configurations
Unlike some other window coverings, roller blinds suit different window configurations. For example, you can install them in a room with a series of expansive windows, as roller blinds come in large sizes. Their sleek design won't add too much clutter and block the windows. Other blind styles, such as Venetians, create a busy look on extended windows.
For example, roller blinds are also perfect for compact windows in a bathroom. Their minimal design won't overwhelm the window. Vertical blinds, on the other hand, are a style that doesn't suit small windows. Because roller blinds can be fitted in every room, you can create a unified look in the home.
Roller blinds are also versatile in terms of the design options they give. You can choose from a range of uniform colours, from neutral beige to bright yellow. You could pick classic navy or opt for an earthy green shade. You can also select from a range of patterns that suit diverse decors. You could opt for cheerful, colourful designs or a muted blue and white tapestry effect. Roller blinds can grace traditional rooms, especially with a classic baroque design. Or else, they can suit a contemporary house.
Roller blinds are also versatile in their operation, as you can install manual models using cords or chains. But you can also fit automated blinds that move at the touch of a button. Thus, if the blinds are installed on high clerestory windows or over a skylight that you can't reach, you can simply open and close the blinds with a remote control device. You can also install blinds that you can operate from your smartphone using WiFi, so you don't even need to be home. If you're on holiday, you can open the blinds during the day and close them at night to give the impression that someone is inside.