In this blog series, we’ll answer some of the most frequently asked questions when it comes to choosing window treatments for a particular space in your home. While there is a range of styles and options for any room — we’ll highlight the best window treatments for a sunroom based on their ability to solve the most common concerns.
Hunter Douglas Skyline® Gliding Window Panels
Are you looking for a window solution that is easy-to-use and maximizes your view? If so, we recommend the Hunter Douglas Skyline® Gliding Window Panels. With window panels, you’re able to easily stack each panel on top of each other, allowing for full visibility and sun exposure when wanted. When closed, the panels offer privacy and light control to your content.
Hunter Douglas Duette® Honeycomb Shades
While you want to soak up the sun when in your sunroom, it’s important to consider the insulation factor when picking your window treatments. For the best-insulated window treatment, you’ll want the Hunter Douglas Duette® Honeycomb Shades. The honeycomb design is extremely energy efficient, helping you better regulate the temperature of the room and save on your utility bill. With the superior energy-efficiency and light control, these shades are great for any window-dominant room.
Hunter Douglas Designer Roller Screen Shades
If you want to maintain your view of the outdoors but also have UV protection in your sunroom, then the Hunter Douglas Designer Roller Screen Shades are a great selection. These roller shades offer a range of visibility and privacy from 0-14%, allowing you to choose just how much opacity you want. These shades are an excellent option for softening the glare of the harsh sun while still allowing you to enjoy the warmth and view from your sunroom!
Hunter Douglas Solera® Soft Shades
For a softer, more traditional style paired with the energy-efficiency of the honeycomb design, we suggest the Hunter Douglas Solera® Soft Shades. On top of the finished and classic look these shades provide, they also have the option of a top-down, bottom-up feature that lets you choose the perfect positioning. For example, if the sun is glaring in through the bottom of the window you can block it out by simply adjusting the shade from the top and leaving only the top half open.
Our design team would love to help you pick one of the best window treatments for a sunroom based on your specific needs and preferences. Schedule a free virtual consultation with us today.