Gilmat. Door Design. November 03rd , 2017.
There are many options of patio door blinds you can use to fit your patio doors depending on the style and type you prefer. With many patio door blinds ideas, you will always get inspired in deciding which style and choice of blinds to use, complementing your home interior and decor style as well as your family’s lifestyle. Here are some interesting choices for patio door blinds shades to add in your living space, whether it is a modern or traditional setting you have!
Vertical patio door blinds are the highly versatile choice that can match any window virtually. Vertical blinds are always designed with controls to make them a great choice for doors aside for windows. With controls, you can draw the blinds with a cord pull, as well as tilt the blinds to control the amount of sunlight entering your room. There are plenty of options in patterns and colors so you can always find one that matches your interior and decor theme.
But if you prefer patio door blinds that can integrate into the doors instead of covering them, then a blind fitting into the Perfect Fit system is what you are looking for. This option includes Venetians, Rollers, and Pleats. With Perfect Fit system, the frame clipping into the panes of your doors or windows is added without having you to screw or drill your patio door. Therefore, there is no hole left in your patio doors. And since the blinds are fitted against the door instead of into the recess, they can fit seamlessly.
Plantation shutters can also make a wonderful alternative to patio door blinds. The shutters can be fitted with the doors, so you can slide the shutter doors easily to access it or on a track for another easy access option. Traditionally, shutters were to be used externally to provide protection against extreme climates. The similar purpose also serves for plantation or internal shutters, but the latter is usually designed with a more modern and contemporary finish. With shutters, you can also benefit from saving on energy bills as the heat is trapped in the room during the winter and blocked out during the summer.
You can also match up the patio door blinds with other window treatments around your home or within the same room. This way, you can create a coordinated look throughout the space. Which type to choose will depend on your personal preference—verticals are the simplest, Perfect Fits have more modern approach, and shutters seem the most luxurious.
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