Do you have an oddly shaped window? Are any of your windows in a high space or a tight corner? This is common, especially in older and custom homes. It can be challenging to find window coverings that fit unconventional shapes and spaces. Here are a few tips on finding blinds for hard-to-fit windows.
Finding the Right Blinds for Hard-to-Fit Windows
Arched or Sloped Windows
Add blinds or shades from the horizontal point down, leaving the arch or slope bare. If you need window coverings for light blockage or energy efficiency, there are custom options available in honeycomb blinds or shutters. Contact us to discuss your options.
When windows meet at the corner with little or no space between, consider mounting tracks on the ceiling or above the window frame. The window treatment should then open on the outer edges of each window. You could also choose roller shades that are mounted inside the window frame.
If casement windows open outward, blinds or curtains can be mounted inside the frame. If the window opens into the room, you can mount coverings above the windows, ensuring they clear the window openings. You could also choose top-down, bottom-up blind options.
Got a challenging or hard-to-fit window? Call Blind Installation and Repair! With nearly three decades of experience, we’ve encountered nearly every possible window size or shape. We can help you find a solution that meets your budget and needs. Get started with a free quote!
Blind Installation and Repair is your one-stop shop for window coverings in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area. In addition to installation of new blinds, we make blind repairs and offer design consultations and direct blind sales. Through our Just One safety campaign, we educate homeowners and business on the dangers of blind cords to children, pets and vulnerable adults.
Whatever your window covering needs, our experienced blind installers and repair team are ready to help. Request a quote today!