If your front door is partly made of glass, you want to be able to control how much light comes through it and protect your family’s privacy. These front window treatment ideas can help!
Window Treatments for Light Control
If regulating the amount of light that enters your home is a top priority, you can install cellular, roller, Roman, or woven wood shades. Knox Blinds offers several styles that filter out varying amounts of light. During the winter, the sun can help heat your house. In the summer, you’ll be able to block out direct sunlight and keep your home’s interior from getting unbearably hot.
Another solution is to install blinds so you can adjust the slats to let in as much or as little sunlight as you want. We offer blinds made with both real and faux wood, in addition to aluminum.
Plantation shutters are yet another option. They’re made with durable materials, including vinyl and MDF composites and natural wood. You’ll be able to open and close them as needed to regulate the amount of light that enters your home. Our shutters have mortise and tenon joints that are designed to prevent damage.
Window Treatments for Privacy
You might want to keep an eye on what’s going on in the neighborhood without others being able to see what you and your family are doing inside your house. If that’s the case, blinds are a good option for your front door. You’ll be able to angle the slats so you can see out, but other people can’t see in.
Shades on your front door can also protect your privacy. It will be easy to lower them to keep out prying eyes and raise them when you want to look around the neighborhood or let some light in.
Explore Front Window Treatment Ideas
You probably have questions about the advantages of different window treatments and which would work best for you. A member of the team at Knox Blinds can show you samples of our products and answer your questions during a free in-home consultation. Call us today at (865)544-8339 to schedule an appointment!