What are the best curtains and blinds for your windows?
You’ve managed to choose between the different window designs; casement, sash, French, tilt and turn and bay and bow. Then, you picked your frame material and colour, selected a reputable installer and set the date. Now, the dust has settled and your new windows are installed — mission accomplished.
Having new windows and doors fitted is almost always a good thing, but – like repainting white walls – it can lead to a whole lot of other work around the house. Suddenly, your old sofa needs to be moved to a different wall, that coffee table looks a little out of place — or you need new curtains or blinds!
We’ve found that many of our customers like to fit new curtains and blinds to go with their new windows. Just like a set of windows, they can improve a room’s looks, liveability and insulation. As such, here’s our short guide to choosing the best curtains or blinds for your windows, old or new.