Large Window Solutions

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    Designer Banded Shades

Experience Floor to Ceiling Blinds…

Gorgeous landscape views with comfortable interiors. That’s what floor to ceiling blinds, shades, shutters & drapery can do for your home. It’s all about balance. And, if you’ve been living with bare windows, or the wrong window treatments for your large windows, you’re probably looking for answers!

  • Reduce the glare
  • Enhance the view
  • Control the light
  • Maintain the temperature
  • Add dramatic style

Large windows can bring in a ridiculous amount of sunlight, glare, uncomfortable temps and damaging UV rays. But, that doesn’t mean you can’t experience beautiful natural light and landscape views! Let us help you select floor to ceiling window treatments for the ideal balance of beautiful light, stunning views and comfort inside your home.

Available product solutions

  • Draperies
  • Architectural Roller Shades
  • Designer Roller Shades
  • Designer Solar Shades
  • Duette® Honeycomb Shades
  • Applause® Honeycomb Shades
  • Pirouette® Window Shades
  • Provenance® Woven Woods Shades
  • Silhouette® Shades
  • Designer Banded Shades
  • Vignette® Modern Roman Shades
  • Sonnette® Cellular Roller Shades
  • Skyline® Gliding Window Panels
  • Luminette® Privacy Sheers
  • Duette® with Vertiglide™
  • Cadence® Soft & Somner® Custom Vertical Blinds
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Discover Window Treatments for Large Windows

You probably fell in love with the idea of having scenic views and natural light. But, when your largest windows continually let in flooding light and the exhausting heat of summer, the honeymoon is over. Don’t despair! We can help. With the right floor to ceiling blinds, the incoming light can be softened, the glare diffused, the heat blocked–and privacy restored.

Sizing Specifics

Certainly, when you have floor to ceiling windows, you know you’re dealing with a lot of glass. But, picture windows and sliding doors are also a considerable way to let light into your home. And, when it comes to individual sizing, we consider anything wider than 48 inches or taller and 72 inches to be *large* windows. Take a look at a recent piece we published to help homeowners identify which collections could comfortably cover their largest windows. *It’s important to keep in mind that specific sizing and available features can change depending on structural elements and window type.

Feature Favorites

When it comes to covering large windows, the choices you make go well beyond which collections you choose. It’s really the features that can deliver the best experience. Many homeowners love the way top down shades offer them tree-top views while covering the majority of the view back into their homes. You’ll let light in, across the ceiling, while blocking the harsh heat & direct light. Another favorite is motorized shades. Often hard to reach, your largest windows can be conveniently covered and uncovered with a simple tap or voice command. Enjoy the view and the light, but instead of suffering most of the time, you’ll set a schedule to enjoy it when you want.

Sizing Combinations

One design aspect that many homes have in common is that large windows can often share the same space with smaller windows. How does it work to make choices for window coverings? Styling an open floor plan with floor to ceiling blinds can seem to be a challenge, but it doesn’t have to be. Some windows will do best with horizontal shades that adjust up and down–others function well to move side to side. Pairing beautiful fabrics together will coordinate the overall look. We help you focus on coordinating the look, so you can give each window what it needs, with a dynamic end result.