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What is specialty or louvered glazing?
Before you select a window treatment, though, you have to keep two things in mind:
– You need something that will give you privacy when you want it and sunlight when you want it – while still looking good.
– You need something that fits in with the rest of the décor in your room. For example, heavy, antique-looking floral curtains would look ridiculous in a room that’s chock full of modern furniture.
Thanks to new innovations – like shades, bamboo products, and things that roll up and slide away – the world of window treatment ideas can seem endless.
But what about older window treatments – like curtains? Are they still useful for window treatment ideas?
You don’t have to settle for your mother’s heavy antique curtains, though. They might be one of the most traditional window treatments, but curtains have gotten some “sprucing up” in recent years. Here’s why curtains are still one of the most popular window treatment ideas out there:
– There are more fabrics than ever to choose from. Whether your window treatment ideas call for something light or heavy, you can do it.
– Sheer curtains have surged in popularity and availability because they offer the best of both worlds; they let in light while also giving you privacy. Plus, they can be either elegant or casual.
Window Treatment IdeasThere are more options for curtain hardware now. You can use rings, tracks, and even fancy pins to get a unique look.
– Lace curtains will never go out of style. No matter what year it is, you can count on lace for a light and airy look.
So, how do you know which window treatment ideas are right for you?
It depends, primarily, on what kind of window you have!
Specialty or louvered glazing solutions are insulating glass units incorporating cord-free, extruded aluminum louvers inside the airspace cavity to provide the ideal daylighting or privacy solution for commercial, residential, educational, healthcare or institutional environments. Aluminum louvers provide compelling advantages over standard blinds for architectural glazing solutions in terms of quality, durability and low maintenance requirements.
How is speciality or louvered glazing used?
Louvered glazing can be used for almost any interior and exterior glazing applications. Whether you need shading systems, vision control, privacy glass,sound or daylight control, Unicel provides a superior louvered glazing alternative to any vision or daylight control requirements.
About Louvered Glazing – Vision Control®
Vision Control® is the market-leading product for superior daylight and vision control – louvered glazing that replaces blinds in windows, integral blinds, and other shading systems for unmatched function and performance.
Vision Control® is a patented, hermetically sealed glass unit, combining louvers within glass that can be customized to virtually any shape for interior or exterior glazing applications. Its advanced louvered glazing technology eliminates strings, ensures alignment and requires no maintenance. When installed in exterior applications, Vision Control® significantly reduces energy consumption in support of LEED certification requirements.
Push Block operated integrated blinds are a simple and reliable manual system. They function with surprising speed and grace. Raise, lower and tilt functionality is achieved by simply sliding the push blocks along side border rails.
Our Single Rail Push Block operated integrated blinds are a simple and reliable manual system. They function with surprising speed and grace. Raise, lower and tilt is achieved by simply sliding the one push block up and down the single side border rail.
French Doors with built in blindsbetween the glass panels are great. Typically French Doors don’t provide much privacy because of all the glass. If you wanted privacy with a French Door in the past you would have to install some type of blind or a curtain attached to the door. You no longer have to settle for that option because you can now buy most allFrench Doors with the blinds built in.
When I designed our new home my wife was concerned about having French Doors in our breakfast nook. She was worried about privacy and shading from the afternoon sun. She has never been a huge fan of mini-blinds because she hates cleaning them. When I told her I could order the French Doors with the mini-blind built into the insulated glass she was very interested in trying the product.
I’m happy to say we’ve been very pleased with this feature. The blinds have two controls on the door, one to raise and lower the blinds and another to control the tilt of the blind blades. The great benefit of these blinds is they never need to be cleaned because they are contained within the sealed void between the pains of glass. The cost was similar to buying a set of mini-blinds so in my opinion you’d be crazy not to order a door with this feature. If you want full light from the window just open up the blinds all the way and you don’t even know they are there.
1. Bay window treatment ideas
These might be big windows, but you can use the right window treatments to make them look even bigger! Depending on the look you’re going for, you can use:
We offer integrated blinds for our bifolding doors. Venetian style blinds that are actually installed INSIDE the double glazed sealed unit - between the two sheets of glass. These impressive looking blinds never require cleaning, allow you your privacy and shield furnishings eyes and delicate skin from the suns rays. Perfect for reducing the glare on the TV in a conservatory.
The advantage of having your blinds incorporated into your sealed units is that they don't require the constant dusting and maintenance associated with conventional blinds. Integral blinds allows a room to have both privacy and protection from bright sun light, without obscuring your view, while still allowing light into a living or working space.
The aluminium blades can be raised, lowered and tilted to effectively diffuse the light and obscure the vision of prying eyes. If you don't want opaque glass that will constantly impair your view, then these blinds are for you