Most people are heavily influenced by home décor styles when choosing their window blinds or window shades, but do you know your design style? How do you decorate? Do you have one style you embrace 100%, or do you veer from home décor style to home décor style?
In our last design tip, we talked about the difference between the most popular window shades in 2020: cellular shades, roman shades, bamboo shades, and roller shades. When choosing which shade to use in your home or office, there are several factors to consider. You have to decide which functions are essential to you and how well they work with the shade you choose. Do you prefer light filtering shades or light-blocking shades? Are you looking for shades that will create privacy or shades that will create a lovely frame for your gorgeous view? Are you hoping to stick to a specific budget? What size is your window or windows, and how many windows do you need to update?
A well-styled window can make or break your room’s aesthetic, but if you don’t know some of the interior design basics for windows, it can be a massive chore. If you are approaching the task, follow a few simple design rules that can turn a dull or annoying window into a stunning focal point or help it blend into the overall design of your room.
Are you struggling to find the right window treatments? Is searching for blinds or shades that will work in your space taking all the fun out of decorating? Tricky windows can seem impossible. When you’re trying to create a specific look, you often want to use a particular window treatment, but the window may demand a different solution. Consider these suggestions if you’re stuck trying to find a window treatment solution for a tricky spot in your home or office.
When the Covid-19 pandemic comes up in conversation, there are a million and one things to talk about and even more questions without answers. Still, one thing we know for sure is that the Covid-19 pandemic was a colossal experiment in learning to telecommute. Households across the nation suddenly found themselves looking around their homes for likely spaces to use as their home office until further notice. Close to 50% of America’s workforce currently works from home due to Covid-19. That’s more than double those who worked from home (at least on occasion) in 2018. If you find yourself setting up a workspace in your home and you’re in need of some home office update tips, we know just where you should start. Consider any windows in your new home office and make sure you get the right treatments for your space so you can stay focused and motivated.