Many consider window treatments the “finishing touch” – kind of like the icing on the cake, but savvy designers will disagree. Window treatments aren’t a finishing touch or a last minute accessory. Rather than thinking of your window treatments as the icing on the cake; consider them one of the main ingredients. If you’re wondering how to choose window treatments, the best advice we can give is to make them one of the top priorities when addressing design elements for your space.
When designing a space, a room sometimes has a natural and obvious focal point. Natural focal points are generally structural elements like a fireplace, exposed beams, or a distinct arrangement of windows. Windows can make a great focal point for a room (particularly when they offer a lovely view), but how do you make windows the focal point of a room?
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.
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).
If you’re looking for a quick and affordable way to update your space drastically, you probably already considered replacing your current window coverings. Sometimes a seemingly small change can radically update the look of your room, home, or office. Depending on what blinds, shades, or other window treatments are currently in place, updating your window coverings may even come with the added benefit of saving on your utility bill. So what options do you have, and which one is right for you?