Cellular blinds are often overlooked when considering window treatments for your home, but they can add style and elegance to any room. Cellular blinds are ideal for any setting where you want the light to come in, such as dining rooms or sunrooms, while still maintaining privacy and adding style.
Here is how you can choose the right Cellular Blinds for your home.
What Is a Cellular Blind?
As its name suggests, a cellular blind is essentially a material made up of individual, sewn-together cells that helps you control light in your home. They come in different styles, colors, and patterns and are used to block out light from windows and doors. A typical cellular shade has two parts: an upper track (that holds up the shade) and lower housing (that covers most of your window). The upper track comes with several slats (usually four or five) that move separately from one another, so they can be opened or closed individually.
The How Are They Designed?
Cell phone blinds are composed of a fabric layer and a soft plastic layer that is designed to hold up to cellular frequencies. A low-cost alternative to cell phone blockers, they block all major cellphone frequencies. Available in all common window sizes, they’re also ideal if you’re looking for quick and easy window treatment solutions. What are cell phone blinds? How do they work? And how can I use them effectively in my home?
The How to Choose Them?
There are plenty of reasons why a homeowner might choose to buy cellular blinds. The best way to determine if they’re right for you is to understand what they do and why people love them so much. There are actually many different types of these blinds out there, but today we’ll be focusing on three common choices: Shades, Roman shades, and paneling.
What Are My Options?
The first step to choosing cellular blinds is, of course, to figure out what your options are. What you’re going to want to do here is open a dialogue with your local window coverings expert and have them run through all of your different choices. Basically, ask them what kind of cellular blinds they offer and how much they cost. You should also make sure that you have a good idea of what size window you need to cover before you go in so that there aren’t any surprises when it comes time to place an order.
For example, if you only need blinds for one small bedroom window but get quoted on covering three windows instead, that could be cause for concern—as could being quoted on covering two windows at once. You don’t want your quote price jumping up because something unexpected happened during installation.
The How Do I Install Them?
You might think that installing cellular blinds is too difficult to handle on your own. But, in fact, you can install them very easily. The entire installation process shouldn’t take you more than an hour or two, depending on how many blinds you buy and how big they are. Following these simple instructions will make sure that you don’t make any mistakes during installation and get a professional-looking result in no time at all.