Your entryway serves a few different purposes. It welcomes visitors into your home, and it allows you to live your life, privately, the way you want. To be an inviting space for guests, it needs to complement your home’s decor while keeping prying eyes from invading your personal space. The best way to accomplish that is by installing a set of blinds that offers you as much control as possible, allowing in only the amount of light you want.
However, it’s important to note that not all types of blinds are created equal. They all have their jobs to perform, but, for your entryway, only the best should do. This is where enclosed blinds outperform all the rest. Let’s explore what makes them perfect for your home’s doorway.
Adds Style to your Entryway
The area surrounding your entryway may have its own unique style, so you don’t want to install anything that would overwhelm the decor. The ODL enclosed blinds have just the right accent colors to help enhance the design you’re going for to create a warm, inviting doorway to your home.
Choose from a selection of light, medium, or dark-colored ones for your entryway. With several sizes available, you can find one that will fit your full-sized or half-sized glass panel door.
Eliminate extra work
We all love the look of traditional blinds, but they bring more work along with them. When they’re installed on the surface of the door, they’re exposed to dust and other debris. Because of this, you have to clean them often. More often than you’d like. Cleaning them can be tricky as they can easily get damaged if you’re not careful with them. To prevent ruining the blinds, you would need special cleaning tools to wipe each slat down to get them clean.
Enclosed blinds eliminate that step and free you up to focus on other tasks in your home. These blinds hang in between two panels of glass that sets into your entryway door. By sealing them in, the blinds stay clean and dust-free, because they’re not exposed to dirt and debris. Plus, children and pets cannot reach them to cause damage to the individual slats, like we so often see with traditional blinds. Also, there are no cords to deal with.
Installing Enclosed blinds don’t damage door frame
Hanging traditional blinds involves putting holes into the frame of the door to install the brackets. When you remove the blinds, you’re faced with drill holes and other unseemly marks marring the wood framing the glass. Depending on how bad they appear, you’ll either need to repair or replace the whole frame altogether.
ODL enclosed blinds are inside the glass inserted into your door. No drilling or marking is necessary to install them. The wood frame remains intact and you don’t have to worry about dealing with the marks other blinds can cause.
Enclosed blinds are Multi functional
Besides looking good in your home, enclosed blinds function in a few different ways. Some of those include:
- Privacy and security
- Blocks out heat from hot weather days
- Sound suppression
ODL enclosed blinds adjust to whatever light situation you need to ensure privacy and security for your home. Whether you’re looking to keep the heat out on hot summer days or to suppress sounds from permeating your home, you can choose exactly what your space needs from their wide variety of options available.
Put your entryway to good use by installing enclosed blinds. For more information about how to get them installed in your home, contact us.