• 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
  • Outdoor / Water Safe
    • Outdoor Use
  • Lift Styles
    • Motorized
    • Cordless
    • Top Down Bottom Up
    • Corded
  • Light Control
    • Light Filtering
    • Room Darkening
    • Blackout

From sheer drapes and blackout curtains to light controlling blinds and shades, there are lots of affordable options to choose from. We are sure to have something that will fit your needs and style.

Interior designers recommend patterned and layered window treatments for some seriously stylish inspiration in the room where you and your guests gather.

Order free samples today to match the blinds to your interior design before purchasing! Free shipping, free expert advice, huge discounts, & more!

Or buy a low-priced roller shade for light filtering, heat control, and privacy for just $104.10 for a large 60” x 72” (w x h) window! (With 47% off, the standard retail price of $194.92 drops to $104.10!)

100% customized! Great affordable prices!

Create your custom window blind by choosing the right color (white, black, gray, red, blue), size, style, material, and other options such as child-safe cordless lift cordless lift, motorization.

Get privacy and various light control options, from sheer to light filtering to room darkening or total blackout (when needed).

These shades are a durable and easy-to-install option for your modern living room settings..

What Are Living Room Window Treatments?

Living room window covers are one of the most important design elements in your living room. They can add elegance and style to your room, or they can make it look drab and uninviting. Window treatments for living rooms should be carefully chosen to complement the rest of the room's decorating style.

Modern Window Treatment Ideas for Living Room

Light Filtering Roller Shades for Filtered Light and Airy Feel

In your living room, you’ll need a bright, airy feel. But too much natural light can be harsh, especially in rooms meant for relaxing. So, just filter - don’t block out - natural light. 

If your 21st-century-inspired open-concept living room with wall-to-wall and floor-to-ceiling windows, we recommend light filtering roller blinds that will provide ample glare-free light for an airy feel, while maintaining privacy.

Vertical Panels for Texture and Definition

If you have tall windows in your living room, hang vertical panels starting and ending with a velvet strip. It will add texture, definition, and an unexpected dose of color to your window treatments.

Combine two Blinds for a Layered Look

Nina Hendrick, an interior designer, recommends combining two window treatments for a better look, feel, and functionality. She claims: “Layering window coverings can give your living room a stylish and sophisticated look, while also allowing you to adjust the amount of light and privacy.”

Layering also offers functional benefits. For example, if you combine a blackout blind with a sheer fabric shade, you can instantly switch between 100% room darkening effect and brightly-lit living room interior.

Wood and Faux Wood Blinds for a Touch of Nature

The living room is the heart of your home. It's where you gather with friends and family, where you watch TV, enjoy a nice meal, and unwind after a long day.

It should be a place of comfort and serenity, but if it's not designed well or furnished with the right furniture, that peace can quickly turn into chaos.

Wood and faux wood blinds for living room windows can help you achieve the look you want in this important space.

Whether you're looking for something simple that will complement your existing decor or something more bold that will add some color to your space, there are plenty of options available from our selection of wood and faux wood blinds for living room windows.

Cellular Shades for Sleeker Look & Energy Savings

Cellular shades are a great option for your living room. These insulating window covers are easy to use and maintain, and they have a sleek style that will enhance the look of your home.

Cellular shades are made up of cells that are lined with material that blocks light but allows air flow. This makes them perfect for living rooms because you can block out sunlight and other light sources while still having access to fresh air.

If you have a large window that lets in a lot of light, cellular shades will help to keep your room dark and cozy while still letting you enjoy the view outside.

You can also use cellular shades to block out glare. If you have a window that faces east or west, these shades can help keep your room from being too bright in the mornings or evenings.

You'll find cellular or honeycomb shades in a wide range of colors and fabrics, so you can choose the ones that match your décor best. Most cellular shades come in neutral colors like tan or beige, but you can also find options that are made from materials like linen or cotton.

Roman Shades for Warmth and Curb Appeal

When you are looking for the perfect window treatment for your living room, you need to consider the look, feel and function of the room. If you want your living room to be a place where people can relax and unwind after a long day at work or school, then you will want to make sure that it has a comfortable feeling. The best way to achieve this is through using a suitable type of Roman fabric blinds.

Roman Shades for Living Room come in many different styles and colors so that they can be easily matched with any decorating style. They are also available in various materials including cotton, silk and polyester which makes them easy to clean and maintain.

There are many reasons why Roman Shades for Living Room are so popular among homeowners today:

Sheer Shades for Outside View and Natural Light

The living room is a great place to relax and unwind. It is also a great place to unwind your window treatments. The right sheer shades will allow you to enjoy the view outside while still letting in the light.

Sheer light filtering shades can be used to add color and style to your room without adding any real weight or bulk. They are perfect for rooms where you want more light but do not want to block it all out with heavier drapes or curtains.

If you have a large window that needs covering up, then sheer shades are a good choice for you. They will let in lots of natural light and still offer privacy if needed.

They come in many different styles so there is sure to be one that fits your decor and décor perfectly.

8 Valuable Factors to Consider When Choosing Window Treatments for Living Rooms

It’s vital for you to pick out the right window covering for the style and functionality of your living room. Just consider the following factors:

  1. Fabric Length: Choose fabric length based on function and style of window. If you want to make a small window look bigger, add a few inches to both length and width. 
  2. Light Control: How much light do you want to let in? You'll want to choose blinds or curtains that allow enough light through to ensure that you can see clearly, but also keep enough light out so that you feel comfortable. To get filtered light while maintaining privacy, we recommend light filtering roller shades.
  3. Color Scheme of Your Living Room: If you have a lot of warm colors, go with darker shades like burgundy or maroon. If you have various cool colors, opt for lighter shades like white or beige. This will help tie everything together and make it easier to maintain an overall look and feel in your living room.
  4. Style Considerations: Consider whether or not a blind matches furniture pieces, whether it's made from natural materials like wood or metal (for example), and whether it has a modern or traditional feel to it (if so).
  5. Energy Savings: Choose an energy saving option, as it can not only enhance the comfort of your living room but also help you save tons of money you would otherwise be spending on heating and cooling costs.
  6. Direction in Which Your Window is Facing: It will help you to decide if you want to allow light to come in or to block it out.
  7. Blackout Liner: Add a blackout liner to improve light control and privacy of your space.
  8. Patterns: Choose from hundreds of beautiful floral patterns.

Optional Upgrades (for an Extra Cost)

Material Choices

These finer quality materials are better suited to living room window treatments:

  • Linen
  • Cotton (100%)
  • Bamboo
  • Silk
  • Faux silk
  • Polyester

Select a suitable material depending on your taste and need for durability, functional potential, and affordability. 

Customization Options

  • Sizes: Choose a size ranging from 12” x 16” to 115” x 120” (w x h) to perfectly fit your window frame.
  • Fabric Opacities: Choose sheer, room darkening, blackout, or light filtering fabrics.
  • Motorization: Choose a manual cordless or automatic/motorized lift.
  • Inside/Outside Mount: Go with an inside mount to make the interior look cleaner and more spacious. Or choose an outside mount to make your small window look bigger.

Cleaning and Maintenance

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

Here are DIY cleaning tips.

Lift Away Surface Level Dirt: Use soft cloth or vacuum cleaning 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 different stylish and functional blinds look in your unique living room decor settings before finally selecting and buying a custom-made product.

Why Buy Living Room Window Covers 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 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 61”, 61 ¾”, and 61 ¾”, order blinds measuring 60 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 living room blinds.

  • 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.


What are the window dressing trends for 2023?

The hottest window dressing trends for 2023 are all about layering window treatment. Layering adds depth, interest, and a customized feel to the window of your living room, dining room, or other space. Popular layering options include combining wooden blinds with sheer curtains, or roller blinds with flowing drapery.

What to put on the window in the living room?

Choose a light filtering fabric blind to put on the window in the living room to make the room feel brighter and more open. Alternatively, you can go with layered window treatments for a beautiful layered look and dual functionality.

What window treatments are popular now?

Beautiful, child-safe, energy efficient window treatments like natural shades, roller shades, textured window treatments, patterned fabrics, and motorized blinds & shades are among the most popular choices today.

What can I use instead of curtains in my living room?

Bored with curtains in your living room? Choose privacy patterned fabrics, Roman shades, ethnic roller shades, custom draperies, or vertical panels.

Need More Help?

Still unsure what kind of window treatment would be best for your home? Feel free to give us a call at (800) 863-6109 to contact our window treatment experts and set up an appointment. We'll help you find the custom solution to get the perfect fit.




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