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Have a professional measure your windows. It will save you time, hassle, and probably money.
Have children or pets? Use cordless or motorized models to eliminate any danger.
Blackout shades are ideal for bedrooms or media rooms; they block up to 99% of light.
Light colors reflect sunlight and repel heat, making them very energy efficient.
Like control? Adjustable blinds let you control light and privacy, and are also energy efficient.
Need more than shades to shade your window? Install an awning or overhang?
Motorized shades simplify operation and are perfect for large or hard-to-reach windows.
Need it dark? Blackout shades block nearly 100% of light.
Want privacy and light control, say in a bathroom or bedroom? Top-down/bottom-up shades provide the best of both worlds.
Want to save money and energy? Make sure to install tight-fitting, insulated shades.
Opt for wands over cords to keep your child or pet safe.
Honeycomb shades are perfect for cold climates they keep the heat inside, where it belongs.
Blinds aren’t just for indoors anymore. Exterior blinds block sunlight and solar heat before it even has a chance to enter your home.
Have a formal room that requires elegant shades? Try balloon Roman shades, or softly textured, subtly colored Pirouette shades.
Want to add a little sophistication to your decor? Modern roller shades will do the trick.
Roman shades add a soft, warm feel to any room.
Looking for insulation? A triple honeycomb shade has three distinct pockets to trap air and reduce energy loss at windows.
Decorative tapes not only add an ornamental touch, but they also increase light control and privacy.
Shutters offer superior light control when open, and excellent insulation when closed.
Opaque fabrics are ideal for bedrooms; they block up to 99% of light.
On a budget? Aluminum blinds are sturdy and inexpensive, and come in a variety of attractive options.
Does the sun create glare on your computer or TV screen, making it difficult to see? Blackout shades can eliminate the problem, and opaque or semi-opaque fabrics can help, too.
Want blinds but worried about the dust and dirt? Try aluminum blinds---they resist dust and clean up with the swipe of a cloth.
Why Roman shades? They’re thick enough to block light but light enough to soften the look of a room.
Shutters are the most durable window treatment, and give your room a traditional look.
When choosing a window treatment, be sure to consider your window’s design—its size, shape, and depth.
Make sure your window treatments match your design aesthetic. Are you modern? Traditional? Eclectic? Contemporary? Speak to a designer or design consultant for guidance.
Window treatments are an easy way to go green. Plus, they’ll pay for themselves in the money you’ll save on your energy bills!
Want privacy and light control but still want your view, too? Silhouette shades let you have it all.
Do you like warm tones, heavy fabrics, and rich colors? Then you have Traditional style. Try Roman shades, shutters, or blinds for your window treatments.
Do you like straight lines, clean surfaces, and neutral colors (with perhaps a bold accent here or there)? Then you have Modern style. Try Roman shades, screen shades, or silhouettes.
Do you like shiny surfaces, curvy lines, and geometric patterns? Then you have Contemporary style. Try honeycomb shades, woven blinds, or neutral draperies with eye-catching hardware.
Valances are an easy way to add interest and hide mounting brackets.