Your kitchen is the center for most family gatherings, and it’s where you cook those delicious meals that keep your family healthy. It’s also one of the rooms with the greatest foot traffic in the home. Stylish window treatments can make your kitchen more inviting, but you need to take the location of the windows into consideration before you add window treatments.
If your windows are close to the stove, sink or places where you prepare food, they’ll easily encounter water, splatters, steam and oil. In this case, you should consider using vinyl roller shades or faux wood blinds or shutters, which are relatively durable and easy to clean.
If your windows are located farther away from the sink or cooking area, you may want to use woven wood shades, Roman shades or a type of roller shade. And if you want to reduce the heat that comes into your kitchen, remember that you can increase your home’s energy efficiency with cellular shades.
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Last Updated: September 16th, 2019