Amid the water, steam and grease from food prep, your kitchen is distinct from any other area in your Ft. Lauderdale residence. As it’s one of the most popular areas in your residence for get-togethers and family time, you’ll want it to look its best. That’s why a ready-made window treatment won’t work for one-of-a-kind areas like kitchens.
When designing new window treatments, you’ll want to keep the location in your decision-making process. Will it be an over-the-sink kitchen window treatment that might get wet or greasy as you clean dishes? Or is it in a safer location, where fabric shades would be an excellent solution?
You won’t be taking a chance on creating the right kitchen window treatments when you call Louver Shop of Ft. Lauderdale. With years of experience, our design pros know what will fit best in your beautiful house and its unique concerns. On your own, the process can appear stressful. With our expert help, it’s simple and even a good time to make the right option for your kitchen.
Here are several of our designers’ picks for best window treatments for kitchens.
Best Over-the-Sink Kitchen Window Treatments
Simple-clean plantation shutters and blinds are classic window treatment styles to use over your kitchen sink. As an extra benefit, they don’t have to have lots of maintenance to keep them looking excellent or working properly.
Already enjoying plantation shutters in your house? Make a unified appearance by adding them in your kitchen. When selecting plantation shutters for your kitchen, we recommend choosing a style made from superior polymer, like our exclusive LouverWood® Shutters.
These custom shutters are easy to clean with a wet cloth. And their finish stays beautiful while standing up to water and steam. As an additional bonus, they insulate up to three times better than wood shutters, which helps keep your kitchen comfortable year-round.
Blinds are one of the most flexible and economical window treatments. If you love the style of plantation shutters but are on a reduced budget, faux wood blinds provide a similar look for less. And they offer most of the same perks, like fast cleaning and weathering water.
For a more updated look, there’s mini blinds. Available in a wide range of up-to-date metallic finishes, mini blinds are easy to clean and even simpler to use.
You can make both types of custom blinds smart by selecting PowerView®, which allows you to open and close your window treatments with a touch of your phone.
Kitchen Window Treatment Ideas for the Other Parts of Your Room
For areas in your kitchen where moisture and greasy splatters aren’t a concern, there are many varieties of fabric and natural shades to flatter your home’s unique appearance.
With tidy pleats and bold colors to pick from, Roman shades bring a modern twist to your kitchen. They’re better than simple roller shades and a wiser solution than curtains that go out of style fast.
If your kitchen is white or has a lot of stainless steel, you’ll be able to add the perfect amount of color with a wide collection of fabrics, patterns and textures. Or, if you’re on the hunt for farmhouse kitchen window treatments, you’ll be able to pick from a wide range of popular neutrals for just the right appearance.
As an extra safety feature, our Roman shades don’t use rear cords, making them a good selection for houses with little children and pets.
If your kitchen has lots of windows or attracts strong sunlight, ease the glare with sheer shades. Our sheer shades are a a collective window treatment, with moveable vanes that are suspended between two pieces of fabric. The vanes deliver superior light control, while the sheer fabrics diffuse bright sunlight into a soft glow.
If you are after the energy efficiency of plantation shutters but are looking for the appearance of a shade in your kitchen, cellular shades are a wise choice. These shades have honeycomb-shaped chambers that keep air at the windows, which are one of your home’s top sources of energy leaks. As a result, your kitchen will appear comfier no matter the season. Having honeycomb shades across your house may even help you lower your utility bills.
Woven Wood Shades
If your fully white or stainless-steel kitchen is feeling a little cold, make it feel warmer with woven wood shades[AM13]. These contemporary kitchen window treatments use grass, reeds and wood for light filtration and lasting performance. If you get excessive light or heat in your kitchen, these natural materials can handle it without becoming misshapen or losing their color over the years.
Designing Your Kitchen Window Treatments is Easy with Our Expert Assistance
Creating just the right window treatments for your kitchen is easy when you contact Louver Shop of Ft. Lauderdale. Get started by putting together kitchen window treatment ideas and then see them come to life during your free, no obligation consultation. Request yours by calling us at 888-428-1415 right away! We’ll assist you every step of the way, from consultation to installation day!