The Best Window Coverings for Privacy in Apartments

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The degree of privacy needed in an apartment is determined by individual preferences and geographic location. Window coverings aid in regulating the levels of privacy. An assortment of window treatments in various styles, colors, textures and features are available to suit every apartment dweller. Ranging from blackout window coverings to transparent window film, the best window coverings for privacy are dictated by personal comfort levels of privacy.

Blinds

  • Economical, faux wooden blinds provide light-regulating capabilities and aesthetic appeal. Open the blinds and let streams of bright sunshine fill your space, or close them for complete privacy. Raise the blinds and the windows are totally unobstructed, or twist the wand to determine the degree and angle of light entering your apartment. Easy installation and ready-made sizes make these a favorite.

Shades

  • Cellular shades, Roman shades, balloon shades and traditional roller shades are varieties of window shades well suited for apartment windows. An assortment of fabrics, colors and styles are available for any apartment decor. Blackout liners, available on some styles, provide the highest level of privacy, blocking unwanted incoming light and interior viewing of your apartment by others.

Drapes

  • Inexpensive, sheer curtains provide color, texture and warmth to an apartment. Their light-filtering nature allows bright sunshine to enter your apartment windows while providing a low level of privacy during the day. Cover the sheer curtains with a set of draperies that can be pulled shut at night when a higher level of privacy is desired. Thermal or lined drapes help to regulate a comfortable temperature in your apartment and cut energy costs.

Window Film

  • Window film is a covering applied to the inside of your windows, providing privacy and energy efficiency. Varying window tints range from subtle to dark, aid in ultraviolet ray reduction, consistent room temperature and glare reduction on computer and television screens. One-way protective film incorporates a mirrored or reflective side providing privacy to the apartment's interior.

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