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  • Window Covering Ideas We Love
    Window coverings can sometimes turn into a serious design challenge headache. But, the challenge simply can’t be ignored unless you don’t mind the neighbors peeking in at you along with the harsh rays of the sun. Today, one of the most popular and stylish window treatments is natural woven shades in matchstick and bamboo. These types of woven shades come in Continue Reading...
  • 5 Minutes with Beth Dana
    We sat down with Beth Dana of Beth Dana Design, a Santa Barbara, California firm that’s highly regarded for creating soulful spaces that are “a feast for the senses.”  Read on to find out what Beth had to say about her favorite trend, working without rules, and common design mistakes.   What made you want to become a designer? I Continue Reading...
  • All About Vertical Blinds
    Horizontal blinds were the standard window treatment after drapes, but the past few decades have welcomed vertical blinds to the busy family household. With their long lines and easy-to-clean slats, vertical blinds have come a long way since their original production line. From varying colors to fabric selections, these blinds have numerous options for the savvy consumer. More than just Continue Reading...
  • Spotlight on Hunter Douglas Blinds
    Sure, your window treatments should look good, but are they easy to operate and do they help regulate temperature and provide privacy? Form and function: that’s what Hunter Douglas is all about. Dressing up your windows with Hunter Douglas blinds Each room in the house will need a different type of window treatment, and Hunter Douglas has blinds to meet Continue Reading...
  • All About Wood Blinds
    Whether you’re a fan of Levolor or Bali, blinds are a window treatment with dozens of different looks for every home decor. One particular style that has classic and clean lines is the wood blind. Available in horizontal and vertical orientations, wood blinds offer nearly every brown and beige color possible for a unique look in every room. Take some Continue Reading...
  • The Complete Guide to Venetian Blinds
    From department stores to the Empire State Building, you can find Venetian blinds almost everywhere in the world. But what if you’re new to this element of interior design? How can you tell the good models from the bad? What’s the difference between Venetian blinds and regular blinds, anyway? Consider this your guide to Venetian window blinds. Background Despite the Continue Reading...
  • All About Faux Wood Blinds
    Faux wood blinds aren’t constructed from actual genuine wood, as their name implies. Faux (fake or imitation) wood blinds are generally made from either vinyl or a mix of genuine wood and vinyl. More and more homeowners are starting to really like the benefits of faux wood blinds for a variety of reasons. Window blinds in the home play a Continue Reading...
  • Spotlight on Graber Blinds
    As one of the top window treatment makers in the nation, Graber continues to innovate the home decor market with gorgeous designs and subtle styles to please every eye. Although you could visit any home improvement store to purchase budget blinds, Graber puts their research and flair into each design. Paying slightly more for a window treatment that lasts many Continue Reading...
  • Decorating with 3 Day Blinds
    DIYers often drop into a home improvement store to select their next window treatment project, but there are others who want a more personalized approach. 3 Day Blinds is a company with customized designs at your service. From visiting the home to securing the last fastener, the entire blind installation is painstakingly planned and executed. If you have unusual architecture Continue Reading...
  • How Much Do Blackout Curtains Cost?
    One of the biggest complaints about any window treatments is ambient light making its way through slats and holes. For people who want a truly darkened interior, blackout curtains are an affordable choice. These thick drapes used to be extremely expensive, upwards of $100 for just one window, but today’s styles allow use for almost any budget. Evaluate some of Continue Reading...