What is the best window treatment for casement windows?

What is the best window treatment for casement windows?

In the case of awning and casement windows, it is best to stick with a window treatment that can be hung outside the frame, so you don't obstruct the window access. While a valance or curtain panels would be a good option for these types of windows, a Roman shade that mounts to the wall can also work.

Where do blinds go on the window?

Outside-mounted blinds or shades are mounted on the wall outside the window frame, on the window trim or even on the ceiling above the window. Outside mounted window coverings may be right for your home if: You want to block more light. Outside mounts cover the entire window.

Where do you put window shades?

Outside shades are mounted either on the ceiling or on the wall just above a window. They are called 'outside' because the shade is fully located outside the window recess or frame. Outside roman or roller shades are always wider than the window opening and completely cover it.

Do roller blinds fit inside or outside window?

Vertical Blinds, Venetian Blinds and Roller Blinds are best suited to be fitted inside the recess.

How hard is it to replace blinds?

Window blinds are an item in the home that may need to be replaced every few years, especially if you have purchased the cheaper ones that bend and eventually break. Luckily, they are very easy to replace on your own and can make the window look much more attractive than ratty, broken window blinds.

Will no nails hold up a blind?

No More Nails is effectively just a glue, so, if the wall is painted you are only gluing the blind to the paint...and you may pull the paint off the wall when you pull the blind!

How can I hang curtains without drilling holes?

Renter-Friendly Window Treatments That Don't Damage Walls

  1. Use Temporary Command Hooks.
  2. Hang Curtains With Tension Rods.
  3. Order Custom Compression Shades.
  4. Make a Faux Roman Shade.
  5. Buy Twist & Fit Curtain Rods.
  6. Suspend Curtain Rods from the Ceiling.

Can Command hooks hold curtain rods?

Curtains are a great way to add charm to any home. They can be merely decorative, or they can serve to block out the light. Many landlords don't allow renters to drill holes into walls, which is necessary for installing curtain rod hooks. Fortunately, it is still possible to install curtain rods with Command hooks.