At Bretz Interiors here in Lakewood, we know that many people think of the “standard” window when they think about window coverings. But of course, there are so many other types of window—and so many types of room requirements—that there really isn’t just a “standard” these days. We have solutions for all challenges, including for those tall windows that might seem daunting. Read on to learn more, and be sure to speak with one of our specialists today.
Tall windows certainly bring in natural light—the drawback to that, though is that the room could be too bright, too warm, and susceptible to harmful UV rays. On top of that, tall windows are made with a large area of glass, which means you could lose inside air to the outside or have outside air seep in, which can impact your energy use and bills. And finally, those taller windows offer a greater area for peeping Toms to look into your home. All of these challenges could demand solutions, and Hunter Douglas is on the case.
Solutions for Tall Windows
You might recognize one or all of the challenges listed above, and there’s an option to address them all. For example:
- Roman Shades are known for their eye-catching, streamlined design. Hunter Douglas offers lots of options, from Vignette® Modern Roman Shades to custom solutions in the Design Studio™. With textures from sheer to room-darkening opacities, you’re bound to be able to control light the way you want.
- Solera® Soft Shades are a cross between Roman shades and cellular shades. They offer a beautiful softly sophisticated look to tall windows, with the color and fabric options that will give you style for days.
- Honeycomb Shades are well-known for their energy efficiency because they trap air within their cells, keeping outside air out and inside air in. Options include Duette® Honeycomb Shades and, for honeycomb-within-a-honeycomb design with extra insulation, Duette Architella®. These shades offer an array of colors and fabrics for versatile in-home style.
- Solar Shades bring great UV protection, blocking out between 86% and 99% of ultraviolet rays. If you want to help protect flooring, artwork, and furniture while having the choice of different opacities, from sheer to opaque, solar shades are a fine option.
Treating Tall Windows Lakewood
Bretz Interiors is a family-owned business located in Lakewood and serving the greater Denver area. In operation since 1959, we focus on delivering high quality products and exceptional service to every client. Our showroom has a wide variety of displays and our sales team is happy to assist you with any questions you may have!