Say Hello to Fall with Window Insulation and Warmer Bedding

Fall is finally here! It may not feel like it in some places, but in other places, autumn is in full force. Leaves are changing colors, and soon they’ll be scattered on the ground. The air is getting cooler and the daylight hours are getting shorter. So now’s the time to prepare your home for that beautiful fall weather, which will inevitably turn to the harsh chill of winter.

Better Insulation

Choose window coverings that insulate.

Because the fall season brings with it colder temperatures, you’ll want to make sure you have the best insulation possible. This will save you money by reducing your energy usage. One of the easiest ways to better insulate your home is to focus on your windows. By simply adding the right window coverings, you’ll save money, energy usage, and still have a beautifully stylish home.

Honeycomb shades, also called cellular shades, provide the best insulation. Their honeycomb construction gives your window shades even more layers, all while trapping the cold weather in the little cells. For even more insulation, choose double cell honeycomb shades.

Don’t like the look of cellular shades? You can still get great insulation benefits with other types of window shades, including roman shades and solar shades.

Light Filtering

Light filtering cell shades lets the light in but keeps the elements out.

Fall is beautiful, but it just doesn’t offer the same warm natural light that summer did. While you may have wanted to block out the sun and the heat in the summer, blocking out light in the fall will only leave your home cold and dark.

Choosing a light filtering window shade will give your home that soft, warm glow that’s perfect for this time of year. With the decreasing amount of sunlight for the next few months, it’s important to use the sunlight you do have with light filtering window shades.

Warmer Bedding

Photo Credit: Bedding.com

Photo Credit: Bedding.com

If you haven’t yet, now’s the time to change out your bedding. Depending on where you live, you may need even warmer bedding than other places. Start with warm sheets. Then you can add blankets, throws, down comforters and duvet inserts. Make your bed as cozy as possible, and you’ll have a happy and warm fall while you appreciate the chill in the air, tucked away in your bed.

One of the best, and most fun, benefits of saying hello to fall is that you can choose fall color palettes for everything from your window coverings to your bedding. Isn’t it time you prepared your home for fall?