Blinds tend to be a more practical solution for kitchens; they are streamlined and that fits in with the surroundings of a busy cooking zone where billowing curtains likely would not. Blinds are easier to keep clean, they tend not to soak in moisture or smells, plus blinds are generally less costly.
For the open-plan space, there’s every possibility that a full-length curtain that comes in a contemporary fabric will work wonders in softening the scheme. A full-length curtain will designate the cooking area from the living zones in your home.
Further, heavy curtains keep draughts out and warmth in. This is ideal for a kitchen space where families gather at mealtime.
So, really, what it comes down to when choosing between curtains and blinds for your kitchen is your personal needs and your personal preferences.
And if you do opt for curtains, then here are three offerings that will have you covered regardless of your personal needs and personal preferences.