If your window is more than four feet wide, adjustable window treatments that are also in style may seem tricky to find in Denver. But more options exist than you think.
Yes, some window treatment options like blinds are able to cover the wide window. But with multiple blinds that butt up to each other without a frame, blinds don’t show the window off. They also don’t offer control over temperature and light.
That’s why we offer these 3 window treatment ideas for wide windows in Denver. So you can have a better understanding for how to cover your wide windows.
1. Shutters For Wide Windows
Wide windows are exposed to a lot of light. Plantation shutters help you control that light. They cover the entire window using multiple panels surrounded by a frame for a seamless look. Each shutter panel can swing out along its hinge. Each panel’s louvers tilt closed to block out the light. The frame that encases the panels brings the whole window treatment together, giving it a finished look on your wide window.
You can adjust each shutter panel to let in as much light as you want with a tilt rod. The louvers all tilt together, so more light can come in quicker. Depending on your window’s size, you may even decide to have a divider rail installed. A divider rail lets you control the top louvers separately from the bottom louvers.
Wide windows have a lot of glass, which can lead to higher utility bills. Some plantation shutters, such as Polywood®, can significantly reduce airflow and heat transfer. And that means extra energy savings for your home.
Windows with so much glass means that you need a window treatment that helps you control your privacy. Plantation shutters for wide windows shut completely to block off both curious eyes looking in and light. Tilt the louvers upward to let some light into the room while keeping your space private.
2. Window Film For Wide Windows
Your wide windows give you access to a wonderful view of your Denver neighborhood. With window film, you can appreciate that view without any distractions in the way. Window film applied to your wide window can add a little bit of colored tint to the glass. You can choose from multiple levels of darkening for increased privacy. The window film won’t block your view when you’re inside the house looking out.
Window film also blocks UV rays coming through the glass. Since wide windows let more sunlight through than narrow windows, it’s essential that you cover them with window film if you’re not going to install any other treatment. Window film will prevent your furniture and carpets from fading.
3. Shades For Wide Windows
Shades can dress up wide windows. Windows that are extremely wide may mean you need to install more than one shade across the width of the window to cover it completely. But there are shades that come in wide widths. When you want less brightness, roll the shades down. And you can add a room darkening liner for increased light and privacy control.
Get access to the view outside by simply rolling your shades up. Even when they’re retracted, shades provide a cozy accent for your wide window.
Get Custom Window Treatments For Your Wide Windows, Denver!
We have the window treatments you’re interested in for your wide windows in Denver. Schedule your free in-home design consultation and we’ll bring samples of these window treatments to your home and give you a quote. Our team is glad to answer all the questions you may have about window coverings for wide windows. Whether your wide windows are in the dining room or the bedroom, we’ve got you covered. Contact us at 720-538-0182 today to start finding your custom window treatments.