Hello girls. I've finally got rid of the old curtains from my kitchen's windows and now searching for some alternatives - eventually some blinds that will filter the light but will be easy to clean and to maintain in time. So what type of blinds do you have in your kitchen? Thanks for the help
Done some search on the web to see which are the most suitable types of blinds for kitchens and decided on roman blinds, think Ill have them ordered from this place http://www.blindsuk.net/roman-blinds.html as they can have them made in the exact size of my window. Now I just have to decide on the colour, but I think Ill go for some green ones, they look awesome.
Actually, roman shades are relatively easy to make if you have any sewing experience. McCall's 3088 Home Dec. pattern has directions for a soft fold roman shade and a lined roll up shade. Making a straight roman shade is even easier and making a unstructured roman shade is very easy and quick.
we have these 2" wide faux wood blinds in white on all our kitchen/dining room windows (and in all of the rooms that face the front of the house) and i love them. Very easy to clean. And look nice
Thanks for the help Blinds just arrived and look great - it will be a pleasure cooking in my newly redecorated kitchen