To create a play of shadows and light in your sunroom blinds, find antique lace or eyelet curtains. Even with a solid color, the sun will highlight the texture and pattern design, projecting like shadows on the walls of the room. If you are not concerned about privacy in your sunroom, lace or eyelet curtains installed only in the top of the window so the sun will pass through the openings.
Use medium sunroom blinds in a conservatory so you can hide the view outside room without closing the entire window and blocking light. Install blinds so as to cover all but the top of the window; in high-rise windows, install blinds just above head level. The open above the blind side will allow the light, and can lower the blinds for privacy.
In sunroom blinds, windows and natural light are the main features. When it is desired to use curtains which make most of the light, but opaque to provide a window cover, using white cotton or linen drapes. Due to light material, you can easily meet the curtains on one side of the window where they will let light through and create a warm glow.