Whether you have decorated your home yourself, which is the case with most of us, or you've used a decorator, tastes change. Taking the first step in redecorating can be the hardest step. Updating your window blinds or window shades
is a relatively safe way to get started. There are no rules to follow, simply choose the window treatments that you like. Soften the look of a room by choosing a fabric shade. The most popular window shade is a honeycomb shade. Honeycomb shades are extremely versatile, and work well by themselves, or behind cornices and valances. Replacing a real wood blind with a cellular shade, which is just another name for a honeycomb shade, offers some important benefits. These window shades come in some delicious neutral colors, making them a perfect fit for future decorating updates. Cellular shades also add a measure of insulation, making them eco-friendly, as they are energy efficient.
Roman shades can provide you with a drapery like look, without using the tremendous amount of material required to make a drape. Roman shades are made in a variety of materials, including silk, that actually cascade down your window, providing an enriching addition to any room. Blinds are window coverings that utilize a stacking of slats, made from wood, aluminum, or faux wood, that can be tilted open at virtually any angle, and they can be raised or lowered to accommodate your desire for light or privacy. Basswood wood blinds
are lightweight, making them preferable for larger windows. Available in several slat sizes, wood blinds, mini blinds, and faux wood blinds, are a great solution for rooms with French doors. Door blinds have to be thinner than a standard 2” blind, and all three of the mentioned blinds come in 1” slats, allowing you to coordinate your window blinds with your door blinds.