Looking for the best window coverings for summer 2022? You aren’t the only one. When the summer temperatures start to rise, so do the temperatures inside your home. You may be a fan of the sunlight coming through the window each morning to remind you to greet the new day, but that same sunlight that signifies the start of a new day as it enters through the window transforms into heat. That light coming in through your home’s windows transforming into heat can build up – leaving your home feeling a little bit too much like a greenhouse. To counteract this effect, we suggest looking at your window coverings.
If your new custom window shades have recently been delivered and you’re getting ready to put them up, you may be wondering if you’re prepared to start the process. Do you know how to install Solid Print Roman Shades? If you feel like you need a refresher before you jump in feet first, here’s a breakdown of the process.
Are you an “Alexa” fan? Do you trust her to know what music you’d like to listen to? When you might need to reorder toilet paper and batteries? Do you turn to her when you aren’t sure what to get for your mom for her birthday? Most importantly, did you depend on her to make sure you got everything right for the big game? Alexa gets most things absolutely right. However, if you consider her a bit of a mind reader, you may want to check out one of our favorite 202 Super Bowl commercials.
Are you planning to purchase an RV? Don’t upgrade your RV shades at the dealership because you’re feeling the pressure. At the dealership, you’ll typically pay top dollar for new RV shades. Instead, you can get high-quality shades for your recreational vehicle at a fraction of the cost by purchasing them online after you drive your new RV off the lot.
Get a quick look at one of our 2021 project collaborations with guest designer, Sue. This designer wanted to give her media room an updated look and decided that adding natural woven shades to her windows would make all the difference.
About Our Guest Designer: Sue of @WoolandVineDesign
Our guest designer, Sue, lives in California and runs a home decor Instagram account at @woolandvinedesign where you’ll find her sharing home improvement projects with her followers.