From cold and snow and its harsher white reflective light to the warmer sun-powered daytime, it can be an interesting challenge to really balance the light in your home year-round. In a variety of styles and color ranges – some into the 100s – you will be able to find the right type of soft shade window covering for you.
Blinds are about more than just aluminum, although that style also has its uses. Wooden, synthetic and verticals can bring elegance and functionality to your home. Here’s a look at the four standard types of blinds and how they may be the best fit for your home decor.
We’re writing this month about the trend of wood and cotton materials as just two examples of sustainability. And it ties in nicely with the currently hot colors: earthy tones like beige and ivory as opposed to bright white. Another big trend is layering, where curtains can be used with blinds or shades for a distinctive and fun look.
Now is the time of year when homeowners consider adding new elements to their homes. Current home decor trends include new window coverings styles that balance functionality with sophistication. Here is a look at the current trends in window treatments – which will be best for you?
Shades are not only durable and attractive — but they are also easy to clean and maintain. Here’s a quick guide on what to do to keep your shades looking new.
Safety, energy efficiency and convenience are probably high priorities for you as a homeowner. Motorizing your shades can bring all three of those attributes into your home. Here’s a look at what’s available and all of the advantages.
There are many reasons why shutters work well for homes in the Beehive State. From durability to easy cleaning, versatility to light control, they can be a fantastic choice.
Worried cold temps are going to raise your heating bills? Let us help you choose the right window treatment to save money and keep your home looking great!