Posted on 31 August 2019
Window Blinds are a commodity that most people own or have owned. You move to a new house and your old windows were longer than the new ones. You bought new blinds and mistakenly got them too long. If you notice that your blinds are bunched up at window sill, you bought blinds that are too long for your window. Most people ignore this. To create a more aesthetically pleasing look with your blinds takes very little time. Wooden, vinyl or plastic horizontal window blinds can be shortened to fit your window frames. The only tools that will be required are a sharp pair of scissors, a marker and possibly a small rubber mallet.
Posted on 15 August 2019
Cleaning the window blinds around your home is an important task often overlooked. Horizontal blinds quickly collect dust, pet hair, and other kinds of dander which can ruin your view out the window and continue to float in the air around your home. Keeping your blinds clean is simple and it will only take a few minutes to see great results.
Posted on 30 July 2019
Top Down Bottom Up Blinds are a somewhat newer form than the usual and were created to fulfill some of the benefits that other types of window coverings do not possess. For example, consider the following:
Posted on 14 July 2019
While there are numerous options to choose from when it comes to window coverings, solar shades possess a number of features that curtains, blinds and other types of window coverings are unable to provide. From superior privacy and the ability to block light from outside the home more effectively to unique and eye-catching designs able to compliment a wider range of surroundings, a solar shade can often be the best option for window treatments. Learning more about what makes these shades unique can allow home and property owners to more easily find and select window coverings that may be better suited to their needs.
Posted on 30 June 2019
Shades and blinds that make it easier to control interior light levels have an important role to play. Too much or too little natural light can make it all but impossible to create a more comfortable environment. While there are no shortage of hardware options available, renters are often limited to only those window coverings that can be mounted without causing harm to the walls, surfaces or surroundings. From tension rods to temporary hooks, there are plenty of ways that rental tenants may be able to cover their windows without having to worry about their security deposit.
Posted on 15 June 2019
When decorating an interior space, finding the right window treatment for a room can be daunting. Tasks like finding the right size, color or type of window treatments needed to achieve the look you're after can be down right mind boggling! But, it doesn't have to be. Using the tips covered here can make achieving the look you imagined for your space easy as 1 2 3!
Posted on 30 May 2019
Windows are a great addition to the interior décor and style of your home. How you choose to dress them plays a huge role in your interior décor and how it complements the rest of your house. Many looks are available for you to style your window and protect it. For individuals that live in isolated and wooded areas, you can leave them uncovered for a modern, sleek look. This, however, is not an option for people that live in busy neighborhoods and close to streets.
Posted on 20 May 2019
Window treatments are both functional and visual. Curtains function to control light and privacy, and beautiful colors and textures accent the room.
Posted on 20 April 2019
Window treatments are essential when redesigning indoor spaces. When considering window treatments, we need to think about a lot of factors to arrive at what works perfectly. Unfortunately, these add-ons come as an afterthought for most homeowners. You will need to ask yourself a few critical questions to ensure you choose the right window treatment. What is your goal? Are you considering window treatment to increase privacy? Do you need more light in your room? Here is everything you need to know.
Posted on 10 April 2019
Different parts of your home may require different window treatment considerations. North-facing windows may be colder and experience more wind. West-facing windows can be hotter with later direct sunlight. Cafe style shutters are a workable solution to the evening sun. The louvers in the bottom half of the shutter close independently from the top half. The bright sun is blocked at eye level, and the top louver allows ample light to stream in. Windows closest to the street may be noisier. Your window installation advisor can answer all your questions.v