Window Treatment Ideas for Modular Home Owners
Something you may not have considered when buying a modular home was how to best treat the windows. Mobile home window coverings are a great way to add a pop of color or unique style to your space. When going shopping for window treatments, think about your budget, style, and taste. If you want privacy, look for coverings that provide that. If you want a certain look, research some ideas before you go shopping. Whatever you do, think with intention before you shop if you want to get the best window treatments for your space.
Looking for window coverings can be daunting, even in a small space. With all the options available, it helps Modular Home owners to know what’s out there and what works best in a small space:
- Shades: easy to install and with lots of varieties, you can easily make your space fun and unique with different shades. They lower energy consumption by blocking sunlight. In the winter they stop heat loss if mounted close to the window. They are affordable for any budget and often you can find deals on open box items in good shape
- Blinds: if your thing is blinds, you can find them in any shape, sizes, or variety. Wood blinds are a beautiful choice with many finishes for any budget. Winter can be chilly so keep some cold out with nice blinds
- Draperies: add a touch of luxury to your space with some nice drapes. In all shapes and colors, drapes add color and class
Film it Up
Reflective film treatments may be applied to mobile home windows to cut down on glare and save money. This solution is more permanent as you cannot remove the film from a window. The film reduces heat and glare. Installing it is fairly cheap so consider this alternative if you don’t want to add blinds or have an odd space that just needs a little something to keep sunlight out.
Considering all the options for window treatments, it helps for modular home owners to have a plan. Sit down and design your space. Imagine looking at furnishings and seeing what will work with your space. If you want a certain aesthetic (beachy, coastal, antique or vintage) then look at some of the fabrics and patterns associated with that. Check your budget and see what you can do to design a space you will like but also functions for you while saving money in the process.
Just because a mod home is smaller does not mean it has to compromise quality and beauty. Think through what you want and start shopping for things in the store on sale. Write down what you like, names, and brands, and price shop those to get the best deal. Sometimes you can sew your own if you are handy but they are relatively cheap if you buy in big box stores.
Green Valley Homes knows you like a beautiful home. We will help guide you on how to make it look beautiful and build the home you always wanted. If you have a home in mind, call us. We will help you get started today: (740) 385-2434