Custom Bedroom Window Treatments

We spend an average of 33 years of our lives in our bedrooms, so making yourself as comfortable as possible is very important. After your bed, window treatments are arguably the most important choice you'll make in furnishing your room.

Things to Consider

The best window treatment ideas for the bedroom will include features for privacy, light control and of course general aesthetics. When choosing window treatments for your bedroom we recommend you consider these things:

Convenience and ease of use are extremely important in selecting a window treatment for the bedroom. If your windows are in hard to reach areas or you enjoy sleeping in, consider motorizing your blinds and never get out of bed to close the blinds again! In addition to daily conveniences, all window treatments require regular cleaning to look their best. Shutters and all types of blinds are the hardest to clean, so if you hate dusting, or you prefer less maintenance, consider Roman shades an easy to clean material like linen or cotton. 

 Is the bedroom you are outfitting for a child? Cord free day-to-night cellular shades offer the flexibility off light filtering and privacy during the day with room darkening shades at night, all in one beautifully designed, child safe window treatment. 

What will be your bedroom window treatments basic function? Is your bedroom facing the sun? If so you may consider using a tinted window film as well as a sheer, light diffusing shade.

For example, a daytime sheer shade will give you the privacy you are looking for during the day, but not at night. However, a sheer shade can be used in combination with draperies or roller shades on a blackout track for nighttime privacy.

If light control is something that is important for your bedroom window treatments we have all kinds of functional options including room-darkening and blackout window treatments and sheers with light filtering options

One of the nicest things about beautiful window treatments is enhancing the ambiance and mood of the bedroom. Whether you are looking for fun, uplifting, romantic or a more dramatic feel, there are so many custom options to match any type of décor. 


FAQS

After you have selected and agreed to purchase custom window treatments they can take from 2 -8 weeks to fabricate and be installed, depending on the availability of the fabric. Since the window treatments are custom 3BM requires full payment to begin the fabrication. We accept all major credit cards and checks.

3 Blind Mice not only has quality products at an affordable price, but we also provide professionally certified installers and an outstanding customer support team. Our commitment to our customers has been rewarded by winning the coveted Better Business Bureau’s Torch Award for marketplace ethics multiple times and through our customers’ referrals and online reviews.

3 Blind Mice not only has quality products at an affordable price, but we also provide professionally certified installers and an outstanding customer support team.

Our designers will design the best style for your home and your budget. The designer can bring fabric samples to your home or you may choose to visit the local Design Center with the designer.

Three Blind Mice offers a variety of different fabrics for any type style of drapery you choose for your home or office decor. We have a variety of custom fabrics, trims, and rods that can be incorporated into any type of design. Curtains or drapes can be used alone or in combination with the many other types of window treatments that we have available. We offer sheer curtains, blackout & darkening curtains and valances in addition to a wide variety of motorized options for each. Styles of curtains we offer include flat panel, tab top, grommet and rod pocket.

There are so many factors when choosing coverings, your choices can seem overwhelming. The biggest factor in your decision is knowing whether you need privacy, light, or a combination of both.

When choosing the right window treatment for your home, it's important to take all the elements into consideration. Wall color, type of window, how much light you want coming in, etc.

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