Window Treatments for Large Windows

Oversized Window Treatments Designed for the Unique Architecture of Your Home in California

Oversized Window Treatments CaliforniaLarge windows offer an expansive view of the outdoors and allow plenty of natural sunlight into your home. But they can also act like a widescreen presentation of your family’s activities for your neighbors’ viewing pleasure. Plus, too much sunlight can fade your furniture and other interior decorations. To ensure the oversized windows of your California home are providing all the benefits you’d expect and none of the drawbacks you’d rather live without, turn to 3 Blind Mice Window Coverings for a custom solution.

Window Treatments for Large Windows

At 3 Blind Mice Window Coverings, we’re well-experienced with creating custom solutions for homes with oversized windows. We can design the perfect window treatments for:

Enhancing Privacy

For large windows, maintaining privacy is key. After all, most of us are not stars of reality TV shows and prefer to keep the activities of our households private from our neighbors. To ensure your family’s privacy, we can design window blinds that can be opened partway and window shades that can be opened from the top to allow some light in. Another option is a blackout curtain, which will also serve to darken a room.

Shielding Sun Exposure

The hot California sun can fade your interior décor if exposure is not properly managed. To this aim, we can install custom cellular shades that are designed to repel UV radiation, protecting and keeping your home’s interior at a more comfortable temperature.

Beautifying Your Home’s Interior

While managing privacy and sun exposure are certainly important benefits, on the surface, new window treatments will add a personal touch to your home’s interior design. We’ll work closely with you to create the perfect new look for your windows, and we can even create arched window blinds to fit your home’s unique architecture.

To learn more about how we can design window treatments for the large windows at your California home, contact 3 Blind Mice Window Coverings today. When you do, be sure to ask about our motorization options.

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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