Blinds for Extra Large Windows

Daniel Miller

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Wondering how to cover that extra large window opening in your home? You’re not alone. There are more solutions for blinds for extra large windows than you’d probably guess. No longer are Vertical Blinds your only option for covering those oversized windows. Let the window treatment experts at Shades Shutters Blinds walk you through some of the popular options for blinds for extra large windows.


Folding Panels | Folding Doors

If you’re going for a natural, modern, Asian-infused look for your home; Natural Folding Doors may be the answer.

More and more American homeowners and companies are looking for ways to cut their carbon footprint and become more sustainable-and Shades Shutters Blinds is no exception! Released on our site in 2011, Woven Wood or Bamboo Folding Doors are ideal for use as room dividers and solutions for extra large windows or sliding doors. The blinds are hand-made and operated to insure no cords will pose any potential threats. Choose between light and dark filtering materials. Liner attachment colors can come in white, beige or cream. The high-quality, lightweight aluminum track folds the panels accordion-style when closed and ensures durability..

 

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Natural Folding Panels | Folding Doors


Panel Track Shades | Sliding Panels

Although they are similar in some ways to Folding Doors, Panel Track Shades run on a track above the panels that allows them to be stacked on top of one another when opened.

They’re one of the most popular options for oversized windows or sliding doors. Shades Shutters Blinds offers Panel Track Shades in a large variety of different colors and patterns. Our most budget friendly of the bunch, Super Saver Panel Tracks, are available in light-filtering neutrals like Linen Light Aspen, Blackout Fabrics like Timeless Black and Grey, or solar shade-type fabrics with 5% openings, including Charcoal Bronze and Pearl Linen. For those who want as much sun as possible to filter through their windows, we’d recommend the light-filtering or solar shade fabrics. Blackout Fabrics, as the name suggest, will almost entirely “black out” the sunlight from your windows. Perfect for large windows facing the east and west during those glare-heavy sunrises and sunsets. We also have additional collections of Solar/Sunscreen Panel Track Shades, Woven Wood Panel Tracks, as well as name brand options from Comfortex and Levolor.

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    Woven Wood/Natural Panel Track Shades
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    Super Saver/Standard Panel Track Shades
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    Super Saver/Standard Panel Track Shades

Vertical Blinds

Shades Shutters Blinds also has some more traditional options for blinds for extra large windows, although our selection of Vertical Blinds is far from dated!

To match your existing window treatment design, our Verticals come in Faux Wood, Vinyl, Fabric and even Sheer! Comfortex Ballet Sheer Blinds are a favorite of this blogger, and give the appearance of drapery while acting like a blind. Their translucent fabric gives off an elegant, light look and are perfect for sliding doors or oversized windows.

Consider Faux Wood Verticals to match existing Wood or Faux Wood Blinds. Fabric and Vinyl Vertical Blinds are among the most traditional of vertical blinds, but continue to be popular sellers even today.

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    Fabric Vertical Blinds in Black
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    Comfortex Ballet Sheer Vertical Blinds/Drapery
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    Pictured: Fabric Vertical Blinds in Plum

Some homeowners also cover their oversized windows with Plantation Shutters or Standard Roller/Solar Shades, depending on how large the window or sliding door is. Check out our selection of Shutters and Roller/Solar Shades and see if they work for you.

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    Shutters for Large Windows
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    Solar Shades for Long WIndows

Hopefully this quick guide to blinds for extra large windows will help you start the decision making process on how to cover the windows in your home that can sometimes prove difficult to work with.

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