Moving can be challenging, especially if you move into a new home because you now have a new space to decorate and furnish.
There are so many different decisions you have to make when moving.
Common choices you have to make when moving are; what brand of appliances you want, what color scheme you are going for, or even how to organize your linen closet.
A decision that a lot of new homeowners forget to make is to decide on what kind of blinds they want to use in their homes.
Do you want plastic blinds, wooden blinds, or maybe even windows with built-in blinds?
Deciding on what kind of blinds to equip your home with sounds like it will be an easy one, but believe it or not, there are so many different kinds of blinds to choose from.
Are you moving? Or are you in the market to buy or build a new house?
Let us help you make at least one of the many decisions you will have to make easier.
Check out the list below for 6 of the best high-end blinds to choose from for your new home.
1. Electric or Motorized Blinds
Electric or motorized blinds are perfect houses that have windows in inconvenient locations.
For instance, if your window is behind a couch or a counter, it may be more challenging to pull your blinds up and down.
Or maybe, if you are a little on the shorter side, with electric or motorized blinds, you should be able to pull your blinds up as high as you want without any struggles.
Electric or motorized blinds allow you to move your blinds up and down without enduring any struggles while doing so.
2. Blackout Blinds
If you are more of a night owl than a morning person, then blackout blinds were made for you!
Blackout blinds look like a shade on your window. When you pull them down, the room they are in is entirely blocked from any sunlight.
They allow you to wake up in the morning without the sunlight shining into your bedroom.
Blackout blinds are the ideal type of blinds for sleeping in or having your friends and family over for movie nights.
3. Vertical Blinds
Vertical blinds are not as commonly used in homes as in office buildings, but they can virtually be used anywhere.
Vertical blinds run from the top of the window, but instead of moving up and down, they move from side to side.
Virtual blinds are an excellent choice for your home if you are someone who likes being in control.
They allow you to control both the light in the room and your room’s amount of privacy.
4. Wooden Blinds
Although wooden blinds do not necessarily have any physical perks, they add a different kind of design element to your home.
If you want to make a room in your home appear warmer than it is, wooden blinds will do that for you.
They are a little bit more challenging to clean than any other kind of blinds, but the maintenance is worth the look it will give your home.
With wooden blinds, you can add a pop of decoration to a dull room in your house.
5. Solar Shades
Solar shades are the perfect choice for the room in your house with the most windows in it.
For instance, if your home has a sunroom in it, solar shades would be the best option for you.
If your new house has a sunroom, solar shades are the best choice for you!
Solar shades do not entirely block out the sun from the room, but they do make the sunlight in the place weaker.
6. Mini Blinds
If you are going for a minimalistic look in your new house, you have to try mini blinds!
Mini blinds function like any other blind, but they appear less bulky. The slats on mini blinds are only about an inch thick.
They are also a type of blind that is more affordable than most.
Not only that but having fewer blinds on your window means having fewer blinds to clean.
All of the decisions that come with moving can make the process all the more stressful—figuring out what kind of blinds your home needs does not have to be complicated.
There are many blinds to choose from that can match your style, budget, and efficiency needs.
One of them will be the perfect match for your new home.