By Gina G.
Letting the Light Shine, Not Blind
Allowing natural light to enter a room, rather than simply relying on artificial lighting, can be a delightful addition to any room.Â Â Often times, accomplishing this can seem difficult to do with window treatments because most times people require privacy and can confuse getting privacy with darkening the room.Â Â Light-filtering options, like most fabric shades (whether roller, roman or pleated) can give you both privacy and natural lighting.Â Â However, if you have a space that has a more relaxed, earthy, and natural vibe, bamboo shades or even sunweaves might be worth considering.
Bamboo shades, with their natural wooden chutes and grasses, can be a great addition to any room.Â Â They certainly can dress up or down any window in the home depending on what the space requires.Â Â And, whatâ€™s more, most of them are light filtering and sometimes even sheer.Â Â Â They bring a natural dÃ©cor and allow natural light to enter the room.Â Â Â A lot of bamboo or woven wood shades are offered with liner choices so that if you do have a space, like a bedroom, where letting the light come in may not be preferred, you can block it.Â However, in most cases, they are used to allow light without the unwanted glare.
Sunweaves, or solar shades, are also great options for spaces with a natural dÃ©cor.Â Â They come in such a wide range of colors, designs, and textures that are sure to fit any room.Â Â These shades are special because they are sheer treatments that allow natural light to shine through while blocking harsh sun rays.Â Â Both sunweaves and bamboo shades are great natural looking additions to the home that can allow natural lighting to enter a space while either providing privacy or protecting against harsh sun rays.