Isn’t it amazing how the number of minimalists is on the rise, continuously? Pretty cool, you have to admit, especially nowadays when we live in such a world of consumerism.
Yes, the decluttering lifestyle is appealing to many, more so because we are surrounded with minimalist interior trends, like the many coming from the Scandinavian countries, so it’s not difficult to see why. However, there are still some things a home can’t do without, no matter how minimal you want it to be, like the window treatments.
Regardless of how much you love your bare windows, the addition of blinds can be of help in many ways, and the versatile roman blinds can be just what your minimal home needs.
Popular for quite some time, they make for an elegant and sophisticated window treatment. You’re bound to fall in love with a variety of designs available in almost every blind shop, fabrics (plenty of blackout choices), colours, the soft and subtle folds, as well as the back batten system, and most of all their affordability.
Thanks to the use of a cutting-edge technology, there are neither stitching holes nor penetrating light, and as they are custom made to fit the exact size of your windows, you can count on utmost UV protection and privacy; energy efficiency too by the way!
Along with that, they are simple, just what you’d want for a minimal interior (in case you opt for the inside mount!), and offer another chance to save up on money as you can do your own measuring and installation.
All you have to do is find the adequate instructions, and videos, showing you the step by step process, and the tools you require, and you’re ready for taking up this DIY project. Furthermore, you have the option to choose whether you want the corded or mechanism operated almost every blind shop offers, that can be of help stylistically and functionally.
In case you have kids, that don’t know how to differentiate what’s dangerous to play with and what not, then the mechanism operated is the ideal choice. What makes these blinds perfect is also the fact they are suitable for any part of your home, including the kitchen and bathroom.
When choosing for these two rooms, as they are areas prone to moisture, it’s advisable to choose the blend of cotton and polyester that’s sure to make it easy to maintain the romans even in moist conditions. Not so difficult to see why they make a favourite and popular choice with Aussie homes, right?