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Cascade sheer shades cover 4 windows in a large, contemporary bedroom

Bedroom Window Treatments

Factors to consider when choosing window treatments for your bedroom:

Roman shades in a contemporary bedroom
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How much natural light comes in and how much should be blocked?
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Your privacy preferences
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The need for energy-saving insulation
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Which materials match the decor of your room?

Best choices for bedroom windows:

Roman Shades, Woven Wood Shades, Cellular Shades, Roller Shades, Room Darkening Sheer Shades (Serenity and Cascade), Wood Blinds, Shutters and Drapery

Make your bedroom a sanctuary that is relaxing and conducive to restful sleep.  A window treatment can work wonders in transforming the look and mood of your bedroom.  Consider products that provide privacy, block the right amount of light, and complement your sense of style. 
 
One popular window treatment combination for bedrooms is layering blackout shades such as cellular or roller shades with sheer drapery, which creates an elegant, finished look and affords you even more light control and privacy options.  Alternatively, you can layer light-filtering shades such as Serenity Sheer shades or Cascade shades with blackout Drapery for light control.

Keep it simple and choose classic roller shades or cellular shades for your bedrooms, both can be pulled up fully with minimal stacking to achieve a clear unobstructed view.  Cellular shades provide excellent insulation and with an added blackout lining they block out all light, creating pitch black darkness for undisturbed sleep.  

Go for a classic look with wood blinds and shutters and add natural warmth to your bedroom along with functionality and practicality. These blinds are durable, room darkening, and offer privacy but maintain the views when tilted open.  Consider selecting the addition of fabric tape to the ladders of your wood or faux wood blinds for a decorative accent.

Add sophistication to your room with roman shades, a timeless option that provides the functionality of shades with the softness of elegant drapes.  Roman Shades and woven wood shades are available with a blackout lining to increase the amount of light control and privacy.  Add the Motorized option for hard-to-access windows, like behind your bed.
Roman shades with top-down bottom-up feature let light in from the top of the window treatments in a contemporary bedroom

Roman Shades

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A beautiful modern bedroom has three windows featuring Serenity sheer shades

Serenity Sheer Shades

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Blue fabric roller shades with blackout backing add a pop of color to a child's contemporary bedroom

Roller Shades

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Cellular shades with top-down bottom-up option and blackout material are left partially open on the top and the bottom of the shade

Cellular Shades

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Cascade shade in a bedroom.

Cascade Shades

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