You can find sliding patio door window treatments solutions for these doors that fit almost any budget or style. Install standard curtain panels that can be drawn or pulled all way out of way of door. Assemble bars above and extend them outside door so they do not interfere with opening and closing door. If you use sheer panels for curtains, ensure that they will build all way out of way too. If you do not have full coverage, install a single-coat or build a cornice above door. Or assemble stationary drapery panels on both sides of door. Adding a coordinating valance or cornice, and you has stylish sliding patio door window treatments that leave patio door fully functional.
Gaps fold back out of way is a good choice for sliding doors. If you choose louvered shutters, you can adjust Louvre to let in light even when doors are closed. Using two sets of shutters – one on each side of door – so you can turn off one set while other remains open. Opaque or transparent screens that slide with door shield out sun or prying eyes. These screens can match any decorating style, from a tapestry out of formal dining room to a bamboo or shoji screen for a more modern interior blinds is a common sliding patio door window treatments. They come in various colors and textures and a variety of sizes.