Design elements – blinds, glides and screens

The various different types of blinds, guides and screens are a study in design preferences and needs. Every space has its own design requirements and needs, and these very flexible types of design feature are the preferred, straightforward method of management for professional designers.

Blinds and design

One of the most basic issues with blinds in any design context is the amount of space they take up. Many blinds, particularly in modern buildings are very big, and they naturally create a major visual impact in design. One of the reasons the top interior designers tend to gravitate to high end of the market types of blinds is because they need good quality blinds to handle these visual issues.

(It’s worth noting in passing that one thing inferior quality blinds simply can not do is look good in an upmarket design. They can be real eyesores, and in many cases can’t even do their jobs as blinds. Designers steer clear of these situations on principle, as well as in practice.)

The primary visual effects of blinds are colour, texture, and design context in terms of function. The general approach is to select a range of blinds and screens which are complementary, blending in with design motifs and providing good colour matching effects. This can get complicated, particularly regarding interiors with multiple colour schemes, but professional designers plan it all out in advance, selecting blinds for each environment.

The professional design approach is definitely the best for residential blinds, too. A bit of shopping around and asking top online suppliers will provide a whole range of design options with a phone call. Getting some professional help with lighting and screen issues is also a good move, because you can solve design and practical situations at the same time.

Glides- Designer’s choice

Panel glides have become favorites with designers and consumers. These are elegant fittings, often with designer prints, customized for their environments, and the results really are excellent. The glides are versatile, good space managers, and extremely strong in terms of design elements. There’s nothing panel glides can’t do, and they’re rapidly becoming a must-have in upmarket design choices.

Again, the reasons are practical, as well as aesthetic. Panel glides are perfect for any interior situation. They’ve become so versatile in terms of design that they’re now natural choices for professional designers specifically because they can be fully customized to any design, residential or commercial.

Screens- Wherever you need them

Screens have become a true all round design feature for practical and even business reasons. Outdoor screens in particular have become big favorites with designers, because they’re able to deal with often major lighting issues easily.

Outdoor screens come in a large range of types with different options, and can also be used as privacy screens. For commercial purposes, exterior screens and awnings are real assets. They provide light management solutions and heat blocks. In some cases they even create more commercial space, and better shopping environments for the outdoor areas.

Professional designers use blinds, glides and screens as primary design options. Whatever the problems, they provide the solutions.