Written by Three Birds Renovations

As you embark on a home renovation journey, it’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of selecting paint colours, flooring materials, and furniture. However, one crucial aspect that often gets overlooked until later stages of the renovation process is window coverings. 

Learn how Three Birds Renovations incorporate their window coverings planning from the outset of a renovation project. 

Here’s why it’s essential to prioritise window coverings from the outset of your renovation project

Integration with Design Plans

Window coverings play a significant role in the overall aesthetics of a room. By considering window treatments early in the planning stage, you can integrate them seamlessly into your design plans, ensuring they complement the rest of your interior décor.

Power Supply and Automation

Luxaflex offers the option of amazing motorised window shades that open and close automatically with the rising of the sun. If you want motorised blinds the electrics for them should ideally be roughed in before the wall linings go on. Leave it until later and you might end up paying twice for a job that can be done once.

Budget Management

If you don’t decide on your window coverings until late in your reno, chances are you’ll be out of budget and left with the painter’s drop cloths hanging from your windows as an attempt to block the morning sun. Include them as a line in your budget from the start so that you know they’re accounted for.

Whether you opt for curtains, blinds, shades, or shutters, taking the time to consider window treatments early on will ultimately contribute to the success and satisfaction of your renovation efforts. We recommend visiting your local Luxaflex showroom to explore your design options and confirm your selections as soon as possible in the process.