How to Match Your Blinds to Your Interior Design
All of Domir’s blinds come with unique features for optimal functionality. They can be mixed and matched to create a very efficient house. However, for many, aesthetics are more important than function. If you’re happy with basic functionality, all you need to know when shopping for new blinds is how to match your blinds to your interior design.
Magic Lite Blinds
Magic Lite blinds are a take on the traditional, vaned blinds that most homes have. However, with higher quality and functionality, they offer extremely flexible light control. You can take a room from full sunlight exposure to complete blackout with a pull of the cord.
These blinds are white and squared, offering an appearance that fits best with a cool-toned aesthetic. These blinds would fit in well with a sleek, modern interior, providing a fantastic backdrop for bright decor. Thus, a vase of bright flowers or a couch with colored pillows would look great in front of a window covered in Magic Lite.
Blackout shades are not the prettiest blinds we have to offer. They’re made to be functional, primarily. Offices where functionality is key would benefit from them greatly. On the other hand, you can use the blank, white, inside surface of these shades to your advantage. If you want the blackout abilities of these shades but aren’t satisfied with their appearance, use the white space as a canvas for your creative side. Put decals on its surface or, at the risk of voiding the warranty, put your painting skills to use. Use your creativity to match your blinds to your decor by force.
The Ninet blinds we offer are a combination of regular, vane blinds and roller screens. They offer lighting control and privacy all at the same time. These blinds, with their soft and warm appearance, would go well with a cozy interior. If you decorate with warm colors and have a welcoming aesthetic, these blinds would fit right in with your interior. Not only that, they’re one of our best designs and offer great functionality!
Roller screens are made to let in all of the natural sunlight you want while still blocking out UV, heat, and prying eyes. These screens aren’t pure white. They offer a warm tone to the windows and would fit well with a warm interior design. These screens would be well suited to a home with lots of big windows. We recommend pairing them with side channels. Side channels are attached to the walls framing your window and hold shades in place. They also keep errant rays of sunlight from slipping in at the sides of your shades or screens.
These screens can be left down at all times, since they let in all the light you need. Because of that, they’re great for homes with a lot of decor. Cover your window sill with as many bouquets, books, and statuettes as you want. You won’t have to worry about knocking them off when adjusting the blinds.
If you have questions about our products or how to order them, just drop us a line. We look forward to helping you choose your new favorite blinds.