Sliding glass doors are a great way to lighten up a living space, especially when they lead to a patio where you can enjoy some Florida rays. Since they do let so much sunlight in, window coverings are a must- especially during the harsh summer. The first window treatment that comes to mind is classic vertical blinds, but why not mix things up? Here are some unexpected ways to cover your sliding glass doors.
Norman Polyresin Sliding Shutters
Shutters are such a sturdy window treatment, one wouldn’t usually think of them as a match for the fluid sliding glass door. By installing a sliding panel track, these shutters move seamlessly. This Cocoa Beach home has lovely backyard scenery that peeks through the windows just enough!
Horizons Averté Shade
This Rockledge home’s warm color scheme is continued through these woven averté shades. If you like how easily vertical blinds glide over your doors, these shades are a striking alternative that will add a new focal point to your dining area. Glass doors make the inside of your home very visible, but these shades provide much needed privacy.
Horizons Shades and Side Panels with Blackout Shade and Valance
If you want to make a statement in your living area, this is one way to do it! This window is extravagantly covered with Horizons shades with a blackout shade behind it, side panel drapery, and a wide valance to top it all off. It certainly adds style to this colorful Rockledge space, but it adds practicality as well.
Hunter Douglas Vertical Window Shading
If you’d like to add a soft feel to your windows, these vertical window shadings are a nice fit. This family in Viera can allow just the right amount of light in while keeping some visibility to the outdoors.
Since they’re large and mobile, sliding glass doors can be seen as a challenge to cover, but that doesn’t mean you have to go with the same-old solution! There are a variety of shade, shutter, drapery options that will allow you to express your creativity and match your home’s style. This is just a portion of the options our Budget Blinds of Indian River County, Port St. Lucie, and Rockledge team can provide, so if you’d like to learn more or experiment with something new, give us a call at 772-202-7324.