Posted on August 09 2014
2 inch Horizontal Blind: Pros: affordable, versatile, practical, provide a high level of light blockage and control, several different manufacturers to choose from. Cons: Not a blind designed to be raised and lowered a lot. Best suited to turning the louvers, due to weight at larger sizes. Dust collector.Read More
Posted on November 03 2012
The B&W Woven Woods collection offers some of the most unique and versatile window treatments available. They’re also made in the USA from Chicago. There are several hundred wood patterns and colors to choose from. Some are more of a reed like weave while others are more robust, offering more light blockage. All of these treatments are made from real wood, mostly bamboo or pine, but there are several different ones as well. Also a nice selection of grasses and reeds. The Woven Woods come in several styles of roman shades and they also have a style called the Averte Fold which we put on sliding glass doors, it’s one of the easiest to operate treatments we can offer. We have a Roman and Averte hanging up in the showroom if you’d like to stop by and take a look.Read More
Posted on July 31 2012
There are three main types of vertical blind window coverings as far as pricing goes. The least expensive is the basic smooth PVC veins, that come in white, off white, and baige. These are a no frills but very servicable PVC, the quality of our smooth is leaps and bounds above the product that a do it yourself store like the Home Depot offers. Not to mention our tracks are superior to everybodys, I personally make them. The second type and probably most popular is the textured PVC. There are literally hundreds of styles and colors to choose from.Read More
Some window covering information which includes products like planation shutters and honeycomb shades.