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Is 2019 the Year of New Window Treatments?

A new year is approaching, which means 365 days to add some new touches to the home with new window treatments. Considering how many years window treatments can last, however, how do you know it’s time to replace them? Here are a few indicators you can use as a guide to determine whether 2019 is…Continued

Maintaining Aluminum Blinds

For durability, insulation, and privacy, aluminum blinds are a practical option that can also keep sunlight from entering a room. To ensure they maintain their good looks, it’s important to ensure they remain clean. How should you go about this? Do an inspection. Before cleaning anything, check the blinds to see just how much they…Continued

Blinds or Curtains?

As two of the most popular choices in window treatments, you may find yourself having to make a decision between the timeless elegance of curtains or the perennial style and convenience of window blinds. With so much appeal between the two, how do you figure out which is best? Some easy ways to start narrowing…Continued

Reasons to Choose Faux Wood Shutters

For those that like to give their home a distinct look, indoor window treatments such as faux wood plantation shutters definitely make a bold statement. Insulation, privacy, light control, these shutters deliver a great look that stands out from the standard window blinds or shades. So, why should you consider them? Ease of installation. Genuine…Continued

Are Mini Blinds Right for You?

You’ve probably become quite familiar with window blinds, but how much do you know about mini blinds? These types of blinds are defined by their slats, which are about less than half of the width of a standard window blind. They’re frequently used in businesses and homes and are also recognized for their versatility and…Continued

Window Treatments for Your New Home

You’ve recently purchased a new home (congratulations) and you’re looking to add a dab of décor with some window treatments. However, you’re running into a slight roadblock in that you can’t figure out what window treatments to use in certain rooms beyond the bedroom. Allow us to shed some light on this, pun intended. The…Continued

Dealing with Light Entering a Window

Do your shades or blinds allow light to come in from the sides? In the world of window treatments, this is what’s called “light gaps”. The gaps typically occur when blinds and shades are not made to fit correctly to the sides of a window. If the gap is not there, there is a possibility…Continued

Privacy, Views, and Window Treatments

Allowing natural light to come into a room can create a wonderful source of illumination, and it may even bring your furniture and décor to life. Plus, having a view to the outside is also a major plus. Depending on where your window is located, however, it may reduce your privacy. For example, if the…Continued

Window Treatments to Complement Your Creativity

Why should your window blinds be ordinary when there is so much room for creativity? The right window covering can add tremendous life to your existing décor, adding a sheen of elegance and polish to a room to create a look that ties all of its elements together. What’s more, they allow you to take…Continued

The Versatility of Plantation Shutters

Among window treatments, plantation shutters remain incredibly versatile and provide a great alternative to custom drapery. In fact, plantation shutters may increase the value of a home and it’s not uncommon for them to be financed into a home’s purchase because they are just that desirable. Plantation shutters are distinguished largely by the slat sizes…Continued

Take the Guesswork out of Ordering Fabric

Attention designers: we have some exciting news to share! If you’re already taking advantage of the power and convenience of BlindsBook, we’re taking things a step further by telling you more about an incredibly useful app for your smartphone that will save you a tremendous amount of time. We would like to acquaint you with…Continued