Although home trends change, bay windows have stayed popular over the years. That’s because their multi-window style adds extra natural light and fresh air to your home, plus window seats in some instances.
However, having several windows close together with shallow wells can make them difficult to cover. Window treatments with big headrails might not work. That’s why we prefer blinds for bay windows.
Our favorites include:
- Vertical blinds
- Wooden blinds
- Roman blinds
- Plantation blinds
Learn more about these different blinds and how you can create ones for your home.
1. Vertical Blinds
Whether used in your living room or dining room, vertical blinds for bay windows are a great choice. Choose from vinyl or fabric vanes, which are available in curved styles to imitate soft drapery folds. Cadence® soft vertical blinds are similar to curtains but are much easier to use and clean.
These Hunter Douglas vertical blinds come in a full range of fabric styles, patterns and colors. You’ll be able to check out all the options during your free, in-home consultation, where your Louver Shop of Pittsburgh consultant will help you customize window blinds that complement your home.
2. Wooden Blinds
Wooden blinds for bay windows are a great solution when you are looking for a classic look. Hunter Douglas wood blinds like Parkland® provide that timeless look plus modern features.
With PowerView® motorization, you can transform your window treatments into smart blinds for bay windows. Whether you’re at home or out and about, you can move your Hunter Douglas blinds with your phone.
Parkland blinds are constructed from 100% basswood. This furniture-grade wood is extremely light yet durable. They’re available in three different styles and a variety of colors so you can find just the right look.
3. Roman Blinds
With the neat pleats of Roman blinds, you’ll be enjoying drapery-like softness for your bay windows. All without the hassle of mounting multiple curtain rods.
Large windows can lose a lot of air. In fact, windows are the number one source of energy loss in your home. Stay more comfortable with the energy-efficient Solera®, which includes modern style and light filtering in one beautiful window treatment. Solera has honeycomb-shaped chambers that keep air at the window, which keeps heating and cooling indoors.
With more than one window to cover, you might be looking for a style without ugly rear cords. Vignette® has a crisp look available in your favorite colors, textures and prints. Customize your modern bay window blinds in a flat-fold stacking style, which has a low-profile headrail for shallow mounting depths. And add optional Duolite® for even better light control.
4. Plantation Blinds
Love the style of plantation shutters but are on a tighter budget? Bay window plantation blinds are the next best choice. Hunter Douglas EverWood® blinds have the extra-wide louvers you love and come in many popular finishes.
While they look like wood, they’re built from a modern material that resists warping and other sun-related damage. This makes these Hunter Douglas faux wood blinds a fantastic option for south-facing windows. Or rooms that experience a lot of heat and humidity.
Start Creating Your Bay Window Blinds Today
Your home is just as special as you are. With custom blinds from Louver Shop of Pittsburgh, you’ll enjoy a seamless fit on your bay windows. Plus, a way to highlight your style through the hundreds of colors, patterns and textures we offer.
Want to start elevating your home? Give us a call at 888-428-1415 to schedule your free, in-home consultation today. There’s never any pressure to buy, just access to the latest designs and our expert assistance.