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oh joy! builds a house: window coverings!

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oh joy! builds a house: window coverings!-5-blog

Windows (and lots of them) were always a huge part of our home build design.  We love natural light, and sunny Los Angeles gives us some of the best and longest daily sunlight we could ask for! But we also knew, even as far back as our old apartment how important blinds were for sleeping through the night, keeping privacy, and controlling the amount of sunlight and heat in our house.

So we’re excited to partner again with to find the perfect window coverings for all the bedrooms in our home. While I can’t show you everything in our house just yet, I can show a couple of peeks at some options we choose.  And then I did some shopping for you, too! has a large selection that can be daunting, so I picked some of my favorites for you to consider for your own home…

oh joy! builds a house: window coverings!

We chose Premier Roman Shades with the black-out option in mostly every bedroom in the home. I love that because you could have something like and bright (like the Gent Bisque linen shades at very top) or darker and more sultry (like the dark blue Luxe Velvet Lapis shades above).

oh joy! builds a house: window coverings!

I love these Flat Sheer Shades and Premier Flat Sheer Shades for rooms that get indirect light or rooms that don't require too much privacy, like a living rom or kitchen.

oh joy! builds a house: window coverings!

Also, ready-made curtains can be so hard to make work when you have extra high or wide windows, so I love that you can get them custom-made affordably here, too, like this Easy Rod Pocket Panel style.

Window coverings are one of those pieces that we don't often work into a design from the get-go, but it's important to make sure they work for you both functionally and aesthetically. One thing that is SO helpful to selecting window coverings is to chat with a professional that works with window coverings for a living. They have a great service and you can work directly with a designer to get just the right treatment for your home! 

I can't wait to show you how these shades work into our full room reveals!

(Top two photos by Lily Glass, Other photos by


  1. Any suggestions for doubles shades or layering? In the bedroom, I want blackout shades when I’m sleeping during the daytime after working the night shift (a few times a month), but the rest of the time I want as much light as possible (that’s why we bought the house with all the windows!)

  2. Joy! I love this! We recently remodeled our home and have black frameless windows, too! Question for you: how high up did you install the Roman shade? We splurged on windows and I don’t want the Roman shade to cover 1/3 of the window even when all the way up. Thanks!

  3. What about window coverings in a bathroom?? This one always stumps me because bathrooms require privacy (obviously), but the idea of lots of fabric in the humidity just kind of weirds me out. Please help!

  4. I really liked the design of the windows in the photos. If you need to minimize the illumination in the house, then only shutters can be better than Roman blinds, but you can’t always put them. And I trust this company for window cleaning and I am always grateful for their work.


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