Maybe you just spent the last several months renovating your kitchen. Maybe you just built your dream home (including your dream kitchen). Maybe you just purchased your 1st home and love the look of your almost vintage kitchen. Regardless of what stage of life you’re at or what style of kitchen you have or whether or not you feel this is the end all be all of kitchens in your lifetime…you need to find the right window treatments for your kitchen windows. If you’re like a lot of others out there, you aren’t sure where to start. All you know is you want them to do their job, but look great. So, where do you find the perfect combination of function and style for your kitchen’s window treatments? Start by considering some of the top trending kitchen window treatments.
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 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.
Have you ever wondered why designers love bamboo shades so much? This is your chance to hear why some of our guest designers adore bamboo shades in their spaces. Are you considering upgrading your window blinds or shades? Do you love the look of the natural woven shades (or bamboo shades, as many prefer to call them)? Consider some feedback from a few professionals who not only recently purchased and installed bamboo shades but who make a living creating work and living spaces that the rest of us envy.
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?