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Window Treatments to Keep Your Bedroom Cozy

Working overnight shifts can be difficult. Trying to rest before, or sleep after, can be especially challenging when there’s an excessive amount of daylight shining through your window. The BlindBroker, your trusted custom blinds provider in Leawood, Overland Park, and Kansas City, shares some advice to keep your room cozy using shades, blinds, and draperies.

Window Treatment

Roman and Cellular Shades

For their subtle and elegant appeal, Roman shades are the most commonly used bedroom window treatments. They are frequently available in blackout material, allowing you to sleep without light interference. Our Graber® Artisan Roman Shades have a variety of light filtering and room darkening fabrics, controlling how much light can penetrate in your room. They also provide additional insulation, making your home energy-efficient.

On the other hand, cellular shades are known for their insulating value, light-blocking quality, and noise reduction. Our Graber Slide-Vue™ Cellular Shades are crafted to cover larger windows, closets, and patio doors. These window treatments also come with three cell sizes and four opacity levels.

Combining Draperies with Blinds or Shades

This technique can add an extra layer of coverage in your bedroom, providing more privacy and light control. The versatility of drapery can also increase the aesthetic value of your home.

At The BlindBroker, we offer a unique set of handcrafted window treatment fabrics with textile weights, adding more color, volume, texture, and dimension to a room. We also have headings and top treatments, such as valances, cornices, swags, pillows, and cascades.

We take pride in our custom blinds services. Our company believes in giving our customers the freedom to customize some of our designs based on their likings and needs.

To further explore your window treatment options, schedule a consultation with our expert installers. Call us at (913) 562-2333. We serve residents of Kansas City, MO, and Overland Park, KS, and surrounding areas.