Transform Your Home - One Room at a Time

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Family Room

Design Challenge

A distinct window shape with two casements in a multi-purpose room requires both coverage and a simple, appealing aesthetic since your family spends so much time in the space.

Solution

Our custom pleated shades can be configured to unify odd numbered panels and enable easy casement access on either side, while the minimalistic style doesn't overwhelm but does provide light filtering or full coverage when desired.


Formal Dining Room

Design Challenge

If the view is the focal point of a dining room but privacy isn't a concern, filtering — not blocking out–bright light during certain times of the day is essential.

Solution

The perfect complement to panoramic scenes and distinguished interior design, our sheer panels elegantly filter light while still allowing some of the view to remain visible.


Office or Den

Design Challenge

Large picture windows in rooms that contain televisions and computers but are also used to entertain demand maximum coverage as well as the option to let plenty of daylight in when desired.

Solution

Sheer Shadings are multi-functional: featuring clean, modern lines and no visible cords, they offer the necessary versatility to transform multi-functional rooms according to the amount of coverage needed.


Living Room

Design Challenge

While large casement windows are visually striking, finding the right coverage can be challenging — especially when the opening is central.

Solution

A set of two well-placed fabric shades hung from the same headrail but operating independently is an effortless way to allow both sides of the casement window to open efficiently. The shades offer total control of both light and privacy, while adding vibrant color to the room.


Kitchen

Design Challenge

A white-on-white kitchen is stunning, but without some strategic color accents the look can feel cold and fall flat visually. Even with the most beautiful finishes, it's the accents of color and texture that add personality and make people gravitate to the heart of the home.

Solution

By choosing casual Color Block Roman Shades in hues that tie back to other elements in the room, the space feels beautifully composed. The texture and color work together to warm up the kitchen and contrast all the white so it feels bright and inviting instead of cold and sterile.


Dining Room

Design Challenge

When you're lucky enough to have big windows that open up onto an expansive view, there's often the fear that window treatments will encroach on the beauty. But the reality can be that exposure itself is what curbs enjoyment of the space.

Solution

By choosing Solar Shades with Koolblack technology, you can preserve your view of the outside while reducing glare and heat transfer for a space that's far more inviting, day and night.


Living Room

Design Challenge

With a dramatic picture window, it's easy to see why you'd be inclined to skip the window coverings to preserve the drama. But with what little is gained by doing so, a lot is lost - namely privacy and light control. The resulting impact: the mood becomes mellow.

Solution

The quiet, elegant look of Sheer Shadings preserves the window's drama - and the beauty of the view beyond. And the transparent fabric scrim also effectively cuts glare, protects furnishings from UV rays and provides the right amount of nighttime privacy for a central living space.


Dining Room

Design Challenge

In a space with a distinct minimalist style, it can be daunting to imagine drapes that won't compromise the great lines of the room. But the need for privacy and light control persists.

Solution

To complement the style of this mid-century modern dining room, the homeowner chose Roller Panel Track window treatments in a modern graphic print. The result is a space that feels as thematically cohesive as it is functional and inviting.