Sidelight Window Treatments Ideas

Aug 1st

Sidelight window treatments – Sidelight windows is the long, thin windows that line the sides an entry way door, especially a front door. There are different ways to deal with sidelight windows to keep outsiders from easily looking in, while still keeping the charming sidelight windows intact.

Unique Sidelight Window Treatments
Unique Sidelight Window Treatments

Natural shades and blinds include bamboo, rope, grass, wood planks, matches and rushes. Natural shades come as small as 6 inches long-perfect for sidelight window treatments. Natural shades are easy to maintain. Bamboo shades, for example, are heavy and do not require replacement as often as other materials. Sheer curtains are made of silk or lace, and tin, bronze and gold metallic thread. Sheer curtains are attractive and allows light to enter but not sheer curtains did not create much privacy because they are relatively seconds through, and should be used with a set of blinds for the most privacy.

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Cellular shades, which opens from both the top and bottom are provided. If you want a little more light without sacrificing privacy, simply roll the top down a bit, but if you need a lot of light and do not need to worry about privacy, roll the cellular shades all the way up or down for maximum light . Cellular shades come in many different colors and provides insulation. Gallery glass is a fake stained glass, which you paint on sidelight windows to create a privacy screen. You can also use vinyl cling film which is adhesive-free and easy to remove and place. Vinyl foil may have the appearance of stained glass, rice paper or other effects. Sidelight window treatments can also be treated with window tinting methods that allow you to look out while outsiders from peering in.

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