Finding the right window coverings for your home is probably one of the most important steps to achieving the look you desire. In the end, you can have the right hue of serenade blue or lake placid (827) painted perfectly on those double primed walls with the latest home fashions from Harrods or William Sonoma to create the image of a room straight out of the pages of the latest edition of Home and Garden magazine.
However, without the right roman looped shade or two-inch mahogany wood slat to complement your impeccable taste, you are left with an unfinished project that leaves any passer-by wondering what the heck you are doing! So before you slap up those aluminum blinds from the not so distant 1990’s let’s take a look at what you can do to love your space even more!
First and foremost, look for quality and customization. You should expect a superior experience, beginning at the process of selecting the right window coverings and lasting throughout the life of our products. Each window is measured specifically so that the window coverings are a perfect fit! Depending on the lighting needs of the room, a variety of options allows you to choose how much light comes through. For bedrooms and other rooms of privacy, blackout window coverings offer maximum light blocking capacity; in other rooms such as kitchens where you want to let in the as much natural light as possible, sheer and light-filtering shades can help provide the best options.
Pleated shades add depth and structure to traditional shades through evenly spaced, crisp folds of fabric. Available in many stunning textiles, from sheer and light-filtering to opaque, tailor these shades to your preference for privacy and light control. Also, try matching any type of décor with roller shades. These elegant shades are easy to operate and add a sophisticated flair to any room. Choose from designer-inspired fabrics in a multitude of hues, patterns, and possibilities, including jacquards, stripes, and delicate woven textures. For a finishing touch, add embellishments like a scalloped hem and beaded or gimp trim.
For an earthy solid finish that adds warmth and beauty to a room, try wood blinds. From rustic to ultramodern, wood can take on a variety of stains and colors, setting the tone for your living spaces and carrying an aesthetic theme from room to room. We start with the basics, superior materials, and craftsmanship, so you can focus on the details that will make wood blinds the perfect addition to your home.
Your window coverings consultant should be knowledgeable and offer lots of helpful suggestions but at the end of the day, personal style and preferences should be the deciding factor so that your home feels like it’s a place for you to enjoy and retreat. After all, if you can dream it, you can do it.
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