At Blinds & Designs serving the greater San Francisco area, we notice that many of our customers often fail to consider some of the smaller details when they begin to shop for window treatments. For example, they don’t always think about how the treatment operates—how it opens to let in light or stays closed to control privacy. Hunter Douglas offers several options for opening treatments, and you’ll want to be sure to explore them all. Speak with one of our trained consultants to see the treatments in action for yourself. [Read more…]
At Blinds & Designs serving San Francisco and Marin County, we know that many people like to update their homes in the new year. One way to quickly transform the look of any room is to get new treatments for the window. [Read more…]
Now is a great time to make over your windows with new window treatments. They’re a cost-effective way to update your home quickly. To find out about the window treatment trends for 2017, speak with a trained specialist at Blinds & Designs serving San Francisco.
Colors Found in Nature
This year’s Pantone Color of the Year is Greenery, a yellow-green, very natural-looking color. However, if that’s not for you, go with another color found in nature, such as charcoal and slate, which blend beautifully with the mineral colors from nature. Or add a bright sunshine yellow and stark white for a refreshed decor. [Read more…]
Windows are often the focal point of the room, so upgrading or changing window treatments (or adding them if your windows are currently bare) can make it seem like you’ve done a complete room makeover. Let a trained professional at Blinds & Designs here in the San Francisco and Marin County CA areas help you determine the perfect solution for your home today. [Read more…]
Window Treatments As Design Element
Here at Blinds & Designs serving San Francisco area, many of our customers ask us about how to incorporate window treatments into their room decorating plan. We know that this process can be overwhelming, so we’re always happy to help. If you’re thinking about decorating a room (or several) in your home, see below for a few steps and things to think about when it comes to window treatments. [Read more…]