• Color
    •     Rio White
    •     Rio Cream
    •     Ice White
    •     White
    •     Daylight
    •     Cool White
    •     Wilmington White
    •     Madison Linen
    •     Lucky White
    •     Chevron Snow
    •     Wilmington Natural
    •     Madison Cashmere
    •     Ivory Beige
    •     Wilmington Witeout
    •     Quill Platinum
    •     Madison Cotton
    •     Bayhead White Wash
    •     Vine Spa Blue
    •     Ashton Stripe Ivory
    •     Twilight Glacier
    •     Fynn White
    •     Quill Natural
    •     Bone
    •     Wilmington Buff
    •     Ashton Stripe Beige
    •     Rio Camel
    •     Everest Vapor
    •     Bayhead Grey Tint
    •     Vine Cove
    •     Twilight Oatmeal
    •     Lyon Soft Pink
    •     Carlo Spa Blue
    •     Natural
    •     Cream
    •     Voisey Ocean
    •     Voisey Driftwood
    •     Twilight Ice Blue
    •     Wilmington Moonlight
    •     Rio Rye
    •     Rio Putty
    •     Lyon White
    •     Lucky Silver
    •     Ashton Linen
    •     Fynn Cool Grey
    •     Everest Oat
    •     Cloud Blackout
    •     Beige
    •     Origami Platinum
    •     Lyon Lt. Blue
    •     Lyon Ivory
    •     Carlo Cove
    •     Vanilla
    •     Wilmington Bluestone
    •     Fynn Onyx
    •     Dove Grey
    •     Wilmington Jute
    •     Vine Black
    •     Sri Lanka Blush
    •     Fynn French Grey
    •     Fleuretta Slate
    •     Ashton Grey smoke
    •     Chevron Zen
    •     Voisey Greystone
    •     Everest Moon
    •     Mocha
    •     Linen
    •     Rio Atlantic
    •     Lyon Taupe
    •     Tussah
    •     Antique Linen
    •     Ivory
    •     Vine Vintage Indigo
    •     Twilight Seal
    •     Rio Stone
    •     Lyon Silver
    •     Everest Silver
    •     Grey
    •     Gold Rush
    •     Fynn Natural
    •     Light Brown
    •     Amber
    •     Vibrato Blue
    •     Fynn Saffron
    •     Silver
    •     Vibrato Grey
    •     Everest Taupe
    •     Eastfield Ash
    •     Eastfield Teak
    •     Coffee
    •     Vibrato Taupe
    •     Ashton Nugget
    •     Fynn Coral
    •     Bayhead Natual
    •     Sri Lanka Harvest
    •     Brown
    •     Moss
    •     Chevron Space
    •     Storm
    •     Leaf Gold
    •     Fynn Storm
    •     Draw The Line Slate
    •     Antique Linen
    •     Ash
    •     Navy
    •     Hunter Green
    •     Ashton Camel
    •     Charcoal
    •     Rio Tobacco
    •     Black
    •     Twilight Espresso
    •     Eastfield Umber
    •     Espresso
    •     Carlo Vintage Indigo
    •     Camellia Fire
    •     Wilmington Caliente
    •     Twilight Bordeaux
    •     Fynn Blue
    •     Wilmington Nautical
    •     Ashton Wine
    •     Wilmington Ebony
    •     Ashton Navy
    •     Chocolate
    •     Ashton Chocolate
    •     Lucky Navy
    •     Carlo Black
    •     Lucky Black
  • Category
    • Kitchen
    • Bathroom
    • Bedroom
    • Dining Room
    • Living Room
    • Classroom
    • Kids Room
  • Outdoor / Water Safe
    • Outdoor Use
  • Lift Styles
    • Motorized
    • Cordless
    • Top Down Bottom Up
    • Corded
  • Light Control
    • Light Filtering
    • Room Darkening
    • Blackout

Discover the perfect window treatments for each room of your home or office with our comprehensive guide.

Practical window treatment ideas for different rooms include: 

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Or buy an affordable light filtering sheer shade for your home office for just $181.92 for a 48” x 48” (w x h) window (with 49% off!).

Create your 100% custom sheer, light filtering, room darkening, or blackout window covering for any room in 100’s of colors, designs, patterns, and styles. They’ll add functionality and decorative elements to your space.

Custom sizes range from 12 x 12 inches in width and height, respectively, to over 100 inches or more along both dimensions, like 115 x 120”.

Read on to get useful design tips, functional benefits, and style advice from our expert interior designers to dress windows in each room.

Window Treatments for Rooms Based on Style and Purpose

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Find the perfect balance of style and functionality for every space. 

Some window treatments will suit each room, such as a Roman shade. For example, you can buy a Roman shade in a beautiful decor-friendly style like soft fold, flat fold, front slat fold, plain classic fold, European relaxed fold, top-down, bottom-up and seamless.

Do You Need a Unique Window Treatment for Each Room?

When it comes to window treatments, there's no such thing as one size fits all. Every room is different, and every room needs its own custom treatment. That's why we're here to help you figure out what type of window covering will work best in your space.

Practical Window Treatments for Each Room in 2023

Explore our rooms guide below to learn which options are best suited for the room you're working on.


If you're looking for window treatments that will help make your kitchen feel like a home, look no further. Our faux wood blinds are made to match your cabinets and appliances, so they'll fit right in and be easy to maintain. We can also customize them to suit your needs—whether that means keeping the light out or creating privacy from neighboring houses.


Bathrooms are some of the most humid and damp areas in your home, so it's important to find window treatments that can resist water damage and offer privacy. Explore our moisture-resistant mini blinds or roman shades collection that offer privacy while still allowing light in through the windows.


When you're looking for window treatments for bedrooms, it's all about the light. The best way to control the light in your bedroom is with blackout or nightfall blinds and shades. The more control you have over the light that comes into your bedroom, the better!

Dining Room

Dining room blinds and shades are a great way to add style and privacy to your dining room. Whether you're hosting a formal dinner for 20 or a casual brunch for six, we have the perfect window treatment for your space.

Living Room

Light filtering blinds and shades for the living room are a great way to add style to your home. They can be used as a way to protect your furniture and other valuables from sunlight and also create a more elegant atmosphere.


Sufficient brightness, privacy, glare reduction, insulation and customizability are the features you need most for your classroom windows. If your blinds for classroom windows also filter light and reduce noise, it will be a plus point to create a comfortable interior.

Modern blinds for classroom windows also come with the advanced functionalities, like motorized lift, remote control, and integration into your existing smart home automation system.

Kids’ Room

Blinds for kids’ room windows are optimized for safety, blackout functionality, insulation, light filtration, and noise reduction. Parents also want the blinds for kids' room windows to have child-friendly colors, cordless or motorized lift mechanism, and full customization for color, size, texture, pattern, and material.

Available Design & Functional Models

Window treatments for different rooms are available in lots of design and functional variants to choose from. Some of these models are:

Expert Tips on Choosing Unique Dressings for Different Rooms

Here are a few things you need to consider before buying window treatments for unique decor settings and purpose of each room.

Color Scheme of the Room

If the walls of your room are painted with a solid color, choose white, black, gray, red, blue fabric. Otherwise, go with patterned or floral fabrics.

Style of Room

If your room is part of a traditional home, try curtains, shutters, blinds, or shades in a classic pattern or fabric. If it's more modern, we recommend purchasing blinds or shades that complement the rest of your décor.

Purpose of Room

Choose the purpose of each room, before upgrading its window treatments. For example, you’ll need:

  • Blackout blinds for better sleep in your bedroom, and
  • Light filtering shades in your study room or home office to let in glare-free light.

Design Advice for Each Room

  • If your room’s aesthetic is light and modern, go with white or off-white window covers.
  • In your dining room, create a layered look with patterned curtains and sheer drapes to increase the decorative vibes of the space.
  • If you're looking for something simple and elegant for your bedroom, try a white roman shade with a linen liner.
  • For something bolder and brighter (but still soft) in your children’s playroom, select a bright red fabric with a silk liner.
  • Choose tightly woven or cellular insulating fabrics to keep any room in your home warmer in winter and cooler in summer without wasting energy.

Optional Upgrades (for an Extra Cost)

  • Cordless
  • Motorization (with wireless remote control)
  • Privacy liners (for sheers)
  • Double-cell design (for better energy efficiency and light filtering)
  • Layering option (for living rooms and dining rooms)

Customization Options

  • Sizes: Choose a size ranging from 12” x 16” to 115” x 115” (w x h) or bigger to perfectly fit your window frame.
  • Inside/Outside Mount: Go with an inside mount to make your room look cleaner and more spacious. Or choose an outside mount to make your smaller smaller windows look bigger.

Cleaning and Maintenance

It’s easy and cost-effective to clean and maintain our dust-repelling window treatments. 

Here are DIY cleaning tips.

Lift Away Dirt: Just wipe down the slats of blinds. In the case of curtains or shades, use soft cloth or vacuum cleaner to remove dust or dirt.

Remove Stains: To remove stains from the fabric, blot it with warm water and mild dish soap. If it’s motorized, make sure the electronic components do not get wet.


Get free samples to see how various functional and stylish blinds work in different rooms in your home before finally selecting and buying a custom-made product.

Why Buy Custom Window Treatment for Rooms with Affordable Blinds?

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  • Up to 70% discounts

Measuring Instructions

Here is our DIY step-by-step guide on how to measure the size of window frames in different rooms to get started.

  • Measure Width: Measure the width of the windows at top, middle, and bottom. Record the narrowest value.
  • Measure Height: Measure the height of the top of the window or other space from the top to bottom in the left, middle, and right. Record the shortest measurement. For example, if the measurements are 110”, 110 ¾”, and 110 ¾”, order custom blinds measuring 110 inches in length.
  • Deduction: Do not make any deductions. We’ll do it for you.

Installation Instructions

All hardware components included. For a professional, inch-by-inch, edge-to-edge fit, follow our DIY step-by-step guide on how to install window treatments in each room.

  • Step 1: Drill holes (using a ⅜-inch drill bit)
  • Step 2: Set up the brackets with screws and a screwdriver.
  • Step 3: Hang your window covers.

Installation Time

Quick: 10 to 12 minutes

Shipping Information

Shipped from San Diego, CA.


Can I have different window treatments in different rooms?

Yes, you can, if you maintain cohesion and consistency in each room. If windows are right next to each other on the same wall, match the two of them, and select a different window cover for windows on adjacent walls or those separated in some way.

Choose type and length of fabric for each window cover based on style and function.

Should all window treatments in a room match?

Yes, all window treatments in similar styles and colors will work well in a room, as consistency is important for a room to feel cohesive. However, your curtains or shades in adjoining rooms don’t have to be the same. In some cases, you may want to dismatch windows in a room on purpose. For example, you may want a window treatment to stand out among the rest.

Is it OK to mix window treatments? 

Yes, mix up the window treatments but keep it neutral. Subtle differences in fabric, tone, and texture are perfectly fine, but don’t have drastic color or style changes. If your home has varying styles in each room, just focus on cohesion on a room-by-room basis when mixing up window treatment in different rooms.

Should the front of the house have the same window treatments?

It depends. If you prefer simplicity and consistency, do install the same window treatments throughout the front of your house. But, if you want a more interesting, custom look, mixing is actually preferable.

If you go with mixing window treatment on the front, we recommend sticking to a common element in terms of color, style, or fabric. For example, if you want some blinds and some shutters, use the same color wood.

Need More Help?

Still unsure what kind of pattern, style, layering option, and function will suit each of your room? Give us a call at (800) 863-6109 or use 24/7 live chat to contact our design experts. We'll help you find the custom window treatments for each room.





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