The question isn’t if you and your family need privacy. It’s what kind of privacy works best for your lifestyle. What levels are best and how to achieve that.
Bed & Bath
When you think about privacy in the home, the bedroom and bathroom are obvious. But how much is just right?
For the bedroom you will want privacy but it can adapt to the “light switch” concept. Where the shades make the room dark and private, or open and you have light.
Bathrooms can be a little more complex. This is where you most likely are getting ready for the day and need natural light, but still maintain privacy.
Security is a big concern with the front of the home. Many times it faces the street so there is a lot of foot and vehicle traffic. Onlookers can see right into your home. Our suggestion? Shutter and blinds with directional control. They can bring light in but obstruct views.
Another option is motorized window coverings. Not home? Click a button and the shades automatically shut. If you’re out for a longer time they can be set on a schedule to enhance security.
Backyard Views Need Privacy
What isn’t as obvious during the day, can be right, bright if you will, and center. The darker it is outside your home now is a light beacon your neighbors accidentally may become moths to a flame.
We suggest coverings with the dual shade feature, directional control, or Pirouette shades. They will close off a majority of the view but allow light inside. Different fabric opacity can make a huge difference depending on the time of day.
Give Us the Green Light
We are ready to get your house feeling like a home with the right privacy control. Let our expert team at California Window Fashions find options that you’ll love to look at and use. Your family will need privacy and we want to help find the best options for you. Contact us today to get a free in-home design consultation so you can feel rested and safe!