Shown above: Silhouette® Window Shadings
EverWood® Alternative Wood Blinds
Consider Your Functional Needs
As with all rooms, light control is essential in the kitchen, and so is ventilation. Depending on your home’s location, you may also want your window treatments to provide privacy.
If you cook frequently and your stove is near a window, it’s best to select a window treatment that can stand up to heat and humidity and is easy to clean, such as:
- Modern Precious Metals® Aluminum Blinds
- EverWood® Alternative Wood Blinds
- Palm Beach™ Polysatin™ Shutters
These window treatments are made from materials that won’t warp, crack, fade, chip, peel or discolor - regardless of extreme heat or moisture. This also makes them a great choice for windows near a sink.
Duette® Honeycomb Shades
If moisture and heat are less of a concern, you may want to consider shades that can be opened from the bottom and also from the top. These shades create the perfect balance of privacy and natural light and look beautiful in open kitchen layouts, as shown here.
Shades that come with Top-Down/Bottom-Up functionality include:
Newstyle® Hybrid Shutters
Window Treatments for Every Kitchen Style
Another consideration, of course, is your kitchen’s style. From modern shades to classic shutters, Brightline Custom Blinds has window treatments to complement any décor.
Sonnette® Cellular Roman Shades
Simplify Your Life with Automation
Many Hunter Douglas window treatments are available with PowerView® Automation. Using the intuitive PowerView App, you can automate your window treatments to move to the exact position you want throughout the day.
You can also operate your PowerView settings using the PowerView Pebble® Control, or with voice commands using devices from Amazon and Apple® HomeKit™.