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patterned grey and white roman blinds in a kitchen window

Top tips for choosing a window dressing for your kitchen

Tara Hall

by Tara Hall

Product Innovations Expert

Published: 17/08/2013

Updated: 21/10/2021

The kitchen is the heart of the home and we spend a significant amount of time in this room.. That’s why it’s important to create a welcoming environment there.

When it comes to choosing a window dressing for this space, there are lots of options available. Here are our top tips for picking just the right one.

White vertical kitchen blinds fitted to a tall rectangular window in a kitchen decorated in white and green

Choose splash-proof options

In lots of homes, the kitchen window is situated above the sink. If this is the case for you, then splash-proof Teflon coated or PVC Vertical blinds are a sensible choice. These are easy to clean and mould resistant too.

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Go for practical alternatives

If you love the look of real wood, then a faux wooden blind is a great alternative for the kitchen. Our practical range is perfect for humid spaces as the water repellent blinds will not warp in steamy conditions.

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Consider storage space

If you like to use your kitchen window sill as additional storage space, then go for a window dressing which doesn’t take up much room on the sill. A simply stylish Roller blind would be ideal.

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Cafe-style kitchen shutters in Black Walnut

Think about privacy

For many of us, our kitchen windows are overlooked by neighbours, or face out onto a busy street. If privacy is an issue for you, Cafe Style shutters provide a stunning solution. Only the bottom part of the window is covered, so prying eyes are kept out while plenty of light is allowed in.

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