Choosing Scullery Window Treatments

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Because they’re sometimes considered a kitchen’s closet, sculleries might not have the same attention paid to their windows as other rooms in a home. However, if you have a scullery with a window, be aware that covering that window is just as important in the scullery as it is in the rest of your home—after all, the same kind of outside air can sneak in, and the same kind of UV rays can damage anything in their path through the window. At Blinds & Designs serving Marin County, we have a variety of ideas about how to treat scullery windows. Check them out below, and be sure to speak with one of our specialists to see the options in person. 

What’s a Scullery?  

Although most people associate sculleries with Victorian era construction, they’re actually making a comeback in modern builds, and many people are remodeling homes to include them. Sculleries offer several benefits: They provide extra storage for pots and pans and small appliances, they open up new counter space for food prep, they offer an additional sink for cleanup, and they’re a great way to hide kitchen mess while entertaining. 

Covering Scullery Windows

Even if your scullery isn’t a place you’ll show many guests, you will want to feel comfortable being in it, so everything from aesthetics to functionality will be important if you’re looking to treat a window in your scullery. Consider some of the following, and contact us for more information:  

  • Softer light. Sheers can soften light entering the space and leave the room with a welcoming glow. Silhouette® Sheer Shades are designed with the Signature S-Vane™ that appears to be floating between two sheers. Pirouette® Sheer Shades offer beautifully contoured fabric vanes attached to a sheer backing
  • Modern style. Roman shades lend a touch of class and elegance to any space, combining the softness of drapery with crisp, clean folds. Especially in sculleries that are all white, Vignette® Modern Roman Shades add a hint of pizzazz through color, pattern, and texture.
  • Easy maintenance. For sculleries with high moisture, a good choice would be aluminum or faux wood blinds, such as Hunter Douglas Everwood® Alternative wood Blinds or Modern Precious® Aluminum Blinds. They never go out of style, can be cleaned fairly easily, and are a good value.

Scullery Window Treatments in Marin County, San Francisco CA Areas 

Blinds & Designs offers a full line of quality window treatments to homeowners and commercial clients throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and Marin County areas, including Burlingame, Hillsborough, Atherton, and Los Altos. With an ongoing commitment to high quality products and exceptional service, we’ve been serving our communities for over 26 years.

Stop by our showrooms in San Francisco or Belvedere-Tiburon to see a variety of motorization displays in our showroom or call 415-921-4212 Ext 101 for more information.

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