Front Door Window Covering Ideas

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Front Door Window Covering Ideas

If you have a unique front door window that needs to be covered, there are a variety of options of front door window covering to choose from. These include blinds, shades, and even frosted window film!

Tie-up panels are another great option for small windows. They are easy to install and can be tied up or left open for privacy.

Tie-Up Panels

Whether you have one small side window or an entire front door window, a tie-up panel can be used to add privacy and control light. These fabric panels are lightweight and easy to install, making them an ideal choice for a modern design scheme on a budget.

A simple valance made from flat fabric is another option for adding privacy to the front door window without blocking light. The flat fabric is simply hemmed on all sides, with ribbons tied up to the curtain rod to hold the piece together.

Front Door Window Covering
Front Door Window Covering

Tie-up panels can be hung inside the frame next to the glass or on the exterior of the window for a dramatic look. They are also useful in areas that have limited wall space, such as a child’s room or an entryway with a narrow window.


Whether you want to add privacy or light control, blinds are an excellent option for your front door. These window coverings can be sized to fit any size window and come in various styles and colors.

These shades are insulating and control how much light enters the room to save energy and reduce heating and cooling costs. They also offer a stylish design that works with almost any home.

When selecting the right blinds for your front door, you’ll need to consider how much light control and privacy you need, along with any other functional needs such as blocking outside noise or reducing UV rays.

If your front door has a sliding glass or French door, consider installing blinds that have an outside mount to cover the entire door frame. This will help them to stack neatly and avoid interfering with the door’s function.

Window Shades

Window shades are a versatile window covering idea for your front door, French doors or sliding-glass door. They can help you control the amount of sunlight entering your home, provide privacy and even reduce your energy bills.

Woven wood shades, crafted from jute, rattan or grasses, are another great option for your door window treatment. These natural window treatments are custom-made in sizes that fit your door’s unique shape.

Cellular shades, roller shades and blinds are also a great choice for your door window. These shades are insulating window treatments that help to keep your home warm and cool.

Front Door Window Covering
Front Door Window Covering

Beaded Curtains

Beaded curtains are a fun and inexpensive way to accentuate your front door windows. They are easy to hang and come in a variety of colors, materials and designs.

A beaded curtain works well in any room decorated with modern, eclectic or psychedelic style. Curtains made from bamboo or wood are natural fits for this decorating style, as are those with Asian inspired painted motifs.

For a room with a tropical or beach theme, consider beaded curtains with shells in blue or green. You can also use strands of silk leaves as decor.

If you run a small business, a beaded curtain is a great way to keep customers from seeing what’s behind your front desk without limiting their views of the rest of the space.

Beaded curtains can be as simple or as elaborate as you want them to be, but it is important to measure the height of your doorway and window before beginning. Once you have the measurements, get beads and string that are the correct size and type for your project.

Park City Blind & Design
1612 W Ute Blvd Ste 109A, Park City, UT 84098
(435) 649-9665