Choosing draperies for your windows gives you literally thousands of styles and designs from which to choose. Each fabric is a different weight to give a different feel to a room. Sheer fabrics create a light and airy feel, while the luxurious thicker fabrics are better at insulation and they appear more formal. You can layer your draperies with several fabrics in coordinating colors and patterns or with other hard treatments as well. Draperies are available in drapery panels, side panels, top treatments, such as valances and cornices and so much more!
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Modern blinds are available in many different styles as well as materials–they are not just the older style of mini blinds that at one time were only available in a few neutral colors. Custom blinds allow you to have a vast choice of materials from which to choose in a large selection of colors as well.
Wood blinds are a work of art with beautiful wood grain in them. The whorls and swirls in the wood grain are highlighted by your choice of paint or stain. Wood blinds give any area an instant update and they are long lasting and durable as well.
Faux wood blinds look almost exactly like hardwood blinds. They are made of composite materials that protect them and are a great choice for bathrooms and kitchens that have a lot of moisture in them or near a “splash zone” or water source. Faux wood blinds can also be painted or stained in any color you wish to match your decor and color scheme.
Aluminum blinds are cost effective window treatments. In the past, they were only available in white or off white, but now you have many choices in the colors. You can also choose different slat sizes as larger slats look much nicer in large windows so you have a better view of the outside world.
Cellular blinds or honeycomb blinds as they are often called are one of the best window insulating products in the window treatments line. They have unique little pockets that look like a bee’s honeycomb sandwiched in between two layers of fabric. These pockets trap the air next to your windows. In the summer, they don’t allow the warm air into your home and in the winter, they trap cold air next to the window. This feature allows you to use much less energy for your heating and cooling needs all year round.
Vertical blinds were invented to use on very large windows and sliding glass doors. These large expanses of glass would not support a horizontal blind very well because the weight of them would make the lifting mechanism wear out prematurely. Vertical blinds glide along on a track from side to side and each vane only supports its own weight at the top. You can have the “stack” of vanes on either side of the window or door when you open them.