When customers consider window treatments for the windows in their home or office, there are certain questions that come up on a regular basis. If you’ve been shopping for blinds or shades, you’ve probably had a lot of the same questions. Today we’ll feature one of many common window problems that has an easy solution: gigantic windows.
We love seeing customers enjoying their blinds and shades “in real life.” But it isn’t just a feel good moment for us. Considering various blinds and shades in the homes of other customers can be extremely helpful when new customers are trying to make all those big decisions: which blinds or shades to purchase, whether to install an inside mount or outside mount, what color to choose, which features to add, etc. So, if you’re undecided about any of the above, consider the #irl examples below. Maybe it will help you along the path to the “perfect” window treatment for your home or office.
When you’re on the hunt for the perfect window shades or window blinds, you may discover that the plethora of options can be confusing. So, how do you skip past the obvious NO’s to discover the perfect window shade for your style, your room, your lifestyle, and your budget? Consider a few tips to point you in the right direction by marking options off your list one by one (or by entire category).
We often get motorized shades FAQ; questions from prospective customers, or returning customers interested in upgrading more of their window shades. One of the topics that comes up the most regularly regardless of product is motorization. Almost everyone looking to upgrade their window coverings is at least a little interested in the possibility of motorizing hard to reach or inaccessible window shades, and others just adore the convenience of it for all the windows in their home.
We recently worked with home & lifestyle blogger & influencer, Lauren Jansen, after she decided to replace shutters with woven shades in an attempt to change the look of her home. Ever since she moved into her home, she’s wanted to add new woven wood shades throughout the house, but she kept putting it off.