Types of window treatments for French doors


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The best window treatments for French doors are these units which will match your home atmosphere. Classic French door window treatments are easy to clean and to maintain. Roman shades for this kind of doors can be used to change the atmosphere in your house. Turning the blinds strips, you will easily change the “level of privacy”.

Another popular coverings for the French doors windows are folding blinds which can be attached to the door glass surface. Some French doors window treatments are placed “inside” the doors. These blinds are placed between the glass panels of your door. So that you get the window treatments with a special pulley system. This blinds system is operated by a sliding module which is usually located on the frame of the door.

These doors window coverings provide the best privacy and control the lightening of the room. They do not need any special maintenance or cleaning as they simply do not collect dust. Being “hidden” in vacuum between glass surfaces, these blinds for French doors do their ‘”job” without requiring any special care about them. Some of the coverings for French doors simply suggest using films for glass with frost or stained glass effect.

Choosing your own way how to treat the windows in French doors you are also feel free to buy usual elegant light curtains made of cotton, silk or flax. Pick the style and patterns of curtains depending on your room and even home interior specs.

The fastest and cheapest variant of decorating the door window glass is using decals – try this method for your French doors treatment.


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