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Downsizing your space doesn’t mean you need to feel cramped: with vertical blinds as your secret weapon, you can feel your walls expanding around you.
Let The Light In
Natural light is king, and vertical blinds do an excellent job of allowing maximum light in. Oftentimes, a room feels far less small when it’s flooded with sunshine, and vertical shades allow you to let as much light in as you need without looking bulky and cramped when opened.
Keeping things too bare and your space too open can actually make a room feel smaller. By strategically adding furniture and wall hangings, it creates depth to a room. Vertical blinds add some further dimension, making a room look more complete.
Sometimes, keeping the light and the outside world out is what actually makes a space feel larger. Vertical shades can also create a pretty definite barrier and separate the space entirely. The feeling of distinct spaces and rooms can go a long way to making a house feel larger.
Pull Double Duty
Vertical blinds pull a lot of weight for one item! Since they run floor to ceiling, they can provide a lot more incremental functions than traditional horizontal blinds. Combining the appeal of curtains with increased adjustability, you can “set” these unique blinds to block out light in gradual intervals, without having to keep them fully open or closed. This adds a lot of versatility to a room, making a small space feel more utilitarian.
Thanks to a perfect combination of form and function, vertical blinds can do a lot for a room and a house.