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Solar shade in Englewood Cliffs home
5% solar shade (reverse roll) in Englewood Cliffs home
5% solar shade in The Alexander apartment in Edgewater
Matching sliding panel and shade
5% solar shade with matching sliding panel using the same 5% solar shade material in Horizon House condo in Fort Lee
Illusions transitional shades
Blackout hobbled roman shade
Lighter weight faux wood blinds for Ft Lee office
Cordless roller shade (reverse roll) in Cliffside Park home
Cellular shades in Hackensack high rise apartment
Cordless wood blinds in Englewood home
Faux wood blinds in East Rutherford
Faux wood blinds with a single valance in East Rutherford home
5% commercial solar shades
5% solar shades in Great Expressions dental office in Hackensack
Cordless solar shades in Cliffside Park
Cordless 5% solar shades (standard open roll with no cassette) for each individual window to preserve bay window shape in Cliffside Park home
5% solar shades in Cliffside Park home
Shutters in Clifton
Shutters, including french door shutters, with invisible split tilt in Cambridge Crossings townhouse in Clifton
European style roman shade in Fort Lee home
Blackout cellular shade in Teaneck townhouse
cellular shade in Lyndhurst home
Top-down-bottom-up cellular shades in Lyndhurst home
Cellular shade in Englewood
Single cellular shade over patio door with top-down-bottom-up option in M condo in Englewood
Sheer panels in Ridgefield Park home
Trilights in Bloomfield church
Sheer cellular shades in Englewood
5% solar shades Edgewater
The Alexander apartments
blackout roller shades in Edgewater
Vertical blinds in Englewood Cliffs home
Solar shade in River Ridge condo in Ft Lee
5% solar shade
Aluminum blinds in Passaic office
Client chose a top-down-bottom-up roman shade with edge banding.
Cordless blackout roller shade in Cliffside Park
Cordless blackout roller shade with cassette and tassel.
Semi opaque cellular shades in M Condo in Englewood
Blackout cellular shade for Clifton home
Client suffered from too much light and chose to cover their bedroom patio doors with one blackout cellular shade behind their drapes.
Cordless roller shade and vertical blind combination in Ft Lee
Operable blackout cellular arch and window in Englewood
Client chose an operable blackout cellular shade to cover both the arch and the window.
Woven wood shades for Hackensack restaurant
Houston's chose inoperable woven wood shades for their foyer.
Illusions transitional shade in Clifton home
Client removed her old layered look for a modern, clean look.
Graphic solar shade in Fort Lee
Graphic solar shade on 5%.
Graphic solar shades for office in Fort Lee
This client chose to advertise on his solar shade.
Composite shutters for Englewood Cliffs home
Composite shutters with split hidden tilt perfect for a bathroom.
Roman shade (COM) for Englewood Cliffs home
Client wanted to use her own fabric to match her shower drapes.
Blackout cordless cellular shade in Englewood Cliffs home
Blackout shade for baby's room.
7% solar shade in Winston Tower in Cliffside Park
Solar shade covering both window and door (unconventional).
Black out roller shade for Cross Creek Pointe Condo in Englewood
Least expensive blackout fabric. Open roll.
5% solar shade in Horizon House condo in Fort Lee
Client chose 5% solar shade to reduce the heat and glare from the intense afternoon light.
3% Solar Shade at Our Children's Academy in Edgewater
Our Children's Academy in Edgewater needed to control the sunlight so they opted for the 3% Spectra from Springs.
Roller shade in Hasbrouck Heights office
The University Reproductive Associates office replaced their old pleated shades with roller shades with a fabric covered cassette from Springs.
2 Inch Aluminum Blinds in Ridgefield Park
The Elks Lodge replaced their old 1 inch aluminum blinds with 2 inch aluminum blinds.
Cordless Trilight Shades for Ridgefield Park home
This client chose to cover her bay window with cordless honeycombs with a sheer pleated shade on top.
Roller shades in NYC apartment
Decorator client in NYC chose a fabric from Springs to cover a bank of 5 windows in an apartment.
Vertical cellular shade in Carlyle Towers condo in Cliffside Park
Client in the Carlyle Towers in Cliffside Park chose to cover their tall patio door with a vertical cellular shade for increased insulation.
Top Down Bottom Up Cordless cellular shade in Ridgewood home
Ridgewood home chose a top-down-bottom-up cordless cellular shade to provide some privacy while letting light in.
Wood blinds in Fort Lee apartment
This client in Fort Lee with a terrific view of the GWB replaced her tattered old blinds with wood blinds from Springs, and also placed a solar shade in the middle to enjoy her view during the day.
Blackout classic plain roman shade in Teaneck home
Their son's room faced a room full of bright sunlight. The client chose a beautiful fabric from Phase II.
Cordless roller shade with scalloped hem in Hawthorne home
Client wanted to block the sun a little bit for their dining room. She chose a cordless roller shade with a matching fabric covered cassette and a scalloped hem.
5% solar shades for Fort Lee home
This client chose a 5% E Screen solar shade material: 3 cordless shades to cover their patio door and one long one to cover their 5 windows.
Faux wood blinds in Rutherford home
An avid chef, this client wanted white faux wood blinds for her kitchen.
5% solar shade in CanCo condo in Jersey City
Client chose a Spectra 5% from Springs.
Blackout roller shade in CanCo condo in Jersey City
100% blackout roller shade for extra tall windows.
Board Mounted Cornice in Ridgefield Park
This client replaced her 2 old honeycomb shades and replaced them with 1 single honeycomb shade. In addition, to accent her window, she chose a beautiful fabric from Phase II to create a board mounted cornice.
Dual Roller/Solar Shade in Fort Lee Condo
This client chose a beautifully integrated dual roller shade by Springs. The back roller shade was a blackout material to block out the morning light. The front material was a 5% solar shade material for the daylight hours.
Top Down Bottom Up Flat Roman Shade with Edge Banding in Englewood Cliffs home
This client replaced the previous home owner's roman shades with her own chosen roman shade accented with a green edge banding. The top down bottom up option allowed her to receive natural light in her bathroom while preserving her privacy.
1 Inch Wood Blinds in Hasbrouck Heights Home
This client had a sun room with windows that had stained wood framed windows. She wanted blinds that sat as close to the window as possible, and chose Signature Series 1 inch wood blinds.
Illusions Transitional Shade
This client wanted something with a more modern look.
Sliding Panel Track in M Condo in Englewood
Instead of choosing the typical vertical blinds to cover her patio door, this client chose a sliding panel track using a 5% solar shade material.
Solar Shade in 100 Old Palisades Rd Condo
This client had the most wonderful view of the George Washington Bridge but like all river-facing condos, she suffered from massive heat, light, and glare. She chose 5% to block more light and a black color to maximize her viewing ability.
Window Shading for Little Ferry Home
The client moved into her new home and wanted something elegant and beautiful. She chose the Silhouette/Window Shading product from Enlightened Style.
Illusions Transitional Shades in Allendale Home
This client replaced her very old Silhouettes with Lafayette Illusions transitional shades. She chose two different colors for a very unique, eye-catching look.
Woven Wood Shade with Operable Blackout Liner in City Place Condo in Edgewater
This client needed something both decorative and functional as he dealt with extreme night lights from the businesses below him. He chose a woven wood shade with a separate operable blackout liner so he could sleep better at nights.
Hobbled Roman Shades in Clifton Home
This client wanted a comfortable, home-y look and feel to her guest room. She chose a Phase II roman shade.
Latour Cellular Shades in Englewood Home
This client wanted to replace her old cellular shades with the exact same type and fabric. I recommended the Latour cellular shades by Enlightened Style with the lifetime "No Questions Asked" warranty so that she could replace her shades again for free in the future!
5% Solar Shade in Crystal Point Condo in Jersey City
Client moved into his new condo and wanted to control the sun and afternoon heat with a 5% solar shade.
Solar Shades at Bloomingdale's in Hackensack
Bloomingdale's called Budget Blinds to reduce the heat and glare from the afternoon light in the cosmetics and men's departments.
Solar Shade for Commercial Business in NYC
This client suffered from serious glare in the morning that pierced through their window panes. The owner chose a solar shade material, and it worked like a charm!
PVC Shutter Perfect for Bathroom Privacy in Leonia Home
This client put in a beautiful new bathroom. Unfortunately the window provided no privacy to take a shower. They called Budget Blinds to put in a PVC shutter that could withstand the water while providing the privacy they needed.
Motorized Roller Shade in Englewood
This client wanted roller shades for most of his windows but also wanted to motorize them and control them with a touch of a button from anywhere in the house.
Room Darkening Honeycomb Shade for Bay Window in Wallington
This client wanted to remove her decorative panel drapes that did nothing to block out the light, glare, and heat from the direct sunlight that poured into their living room. She replaced them with one large room darkening honeycomb shade on a clutch.
Trilight Cellular Shades in Winston Towers of Cliffside Park
This client moved into their first floor condo of 300 Winston Towers. They wanted privacy without blocking too much light so they went with the Enlightened Style Trilight Cellular shades. The bottom shade gave them the privacy they needed while the top shade allowed a softer sunlight to come in when needed.
Solar Shade in Galaxy Condo in North Bergen
This client wanted to remove her old vertical blinds and replace it with something that would block the sun but allowed her to keep her view of NYC. She chose a solar shade with 5% open factor.
Honeycomb Cellular Whole House Program in Fair Lawn
This client moved into her new home in Fair Lawn and wanted to replace their broken, worn down, dirty roller and woven wood shades. They chose the Norman Whole House Program for cellular shades that perfectly fit their budget.
5% Solar Shades in M Englewood South Condo
This client just moved into her new condo and wanted to accent her stationary draperies with a 5% solar shade that cut back on the sun while preserving her view.
Blackout Roller Shade in Cliffside Park Duplex
This client needed to replace her vertical blind in her son's room to block out as much light as possible. She chose an inexpensive blackout roller shade that came with a lifetime "No Questions Asked" warranty.
5% Solar Shade in Fort Lee Condo
This client had fabric verticals for years but wanted something new to freshen up her home while preserving her great view of the Hudson River and NYC. Voila! She is now the happy owner of Springs 5% Spectra solar shade to cover her window and her sliding door. She also chose a black color (buckeye) to improve the viewing ability.
Blackout Sliding Panel in Fort Lee Condo
This client wanted to replace his 3 honeycomb shades with something that provided better light control and with something that opened and closed sideways to follow the window. He chose a sliding panel product with blackout material.
Window Shading in Fort Lee
This client wanted to replace her heavy faux wood blind with something more attractive. She chose the Enlightened Style Window Shading product that gave her room a more elegant look.
Wood Shutters in Hoboken
This client in Hoboken originally hailed from the South and knew how wood shutters would beautify their home. We chose the Norman wood shutters that came with a 5 year "No Questions Asked" warranty that covered them for anything.
Blackout Cellular for Imperfect Arch in Cliffside Park
This client's room had an imperfect arch in the bedroom that needed to be covered and was getting tired of looking at multiple curtains to cover everything. While they originally wanted shutters, I recommended an inoperable cellular shade with blackout opacity.
Solar Shade with 3% Open Factor in Ridgefield Park
This commercial client suffered from so much morning glare and heat from the sun, the employees couldn't even read their computer screens. I recommended solar shades with 3% openness factor to increase employee productivity and lower their electricity bill.
Englewood Cliffs Home with Bece Roller Shades for Bay Windows
This client's bay window had a southern view that received a lot of hot sunlight during the day. They wanted a light filtering roller shade for their bay window to cut down the heat from the intense light during the day and chose one of the beautiful fabrics from Bece.
Motorized Roller Shade for Executive Suite in Weehawken
This client of luxury watch brands needed to control privacy for the CEO's office with something that was befitting his status. We chose motorized roller shades with a material that provided just enough privacy to let people know he was in the office but did not want to be seen.
Roman Shade with 100% Blackout Liner in Secaucus
This client struggled for years to replace her son's makeshift inoperable curtains. They were not only unattractive but always kept the room too dark because of their lack of functionality. For her son's birthday, she chose for her son Phase II Roman Shades with 100% blackout liner to give him the light control he needed but also ability to lift when he needed some light.
Vertical Cellular in Hackensack Condo
This client's closet had no door or covering. We went with a Verticell or a vertical cellular shade that served as a perfect replacement door!
Woven Wood with Operable Blackout Liner in Ft Lee Condo
This client had an old woven wood shade and a separate roller shade that poorly fit his bedroom window and looked too bulky. He wanted to preserve his fantastic view of NYC but needed to control both privacy and light. We went with the Enlightened Style Woven Wood with an integrated blackout liner. During the day, he can keep his shade down and still see the city. At night, he can drop the liner for maximum privacy and light control - all with a clean, finished look!
Drapery Repair in West New York, NJ
This customer called to repair their drapery in their bedroom that had extreme sunlight. Upon inspection, the drapery with blackout liner was too heavy for the plastic carriers in the traverse rod. So I replaced their rod with a heavy duty rod and metal carriers that would better support the drapery weight.
Room Darkening Roller Shade in Fort Lee, NJ
Soon after moving into their new home, this client wanted to replace their old, dirty, and broken cellular shades. They wanted something different in a more contemporary look and chose a room darkening roller shade from Signature Series that provided a 5 year "No Questions Asked" warranty.
Room Darkening Window Shading in Hoboken, NJ
This client wanted something different and elegant for her bedroom. The Enlightened Style Window Shading provided her the privacy she needed while giving her the right look to complement the room.
Top Down Bottom Up Cellular Shades in Hoboken, NJ
This client moved into a beautiful new home that had a lot of foot traffic right next to their home. They wanted to have some privacy without sacrificing as much natural light. They chose room darkening Enlightened Style Latour Cellular with the Top Down Bottom Up option.
Room Darkening Roman Shades in Wallington, NJ
This client replaced his mother's sheer/light filtering Roman Shades with a luxurious room darkening Roman Shade by Phase II that coordinated well with his two tone wall paints and furniture while still giving a masculine look.
Honeycomb Arch for Ft Lee Master Bedroom
This customer bought a home with very old, broken honeycomb shades and an open imperfect arch. She chose Signature Series room darkening cellular shades to cover all her windows including an inoperable cellular arch.
Trilight Cellular in North Bergen, NJ
This client needed to put up window coverings for her new condo that would block the East side sunlight when needed while preserving her NYC view but give her privacy at night. She chose Enlightened Style Trilights with Room Darkening honeycomb with a pleated shade on top.
Hackensack Home Replacing Their Broken Verticals
This homeowner inherited vertical blinds in their master bedroom that not only did not insulate or operate at all but also had missing slats. We replaced their broken window verticals with Latour cellulars to better insulate their windows. For their sliding door, we stayed with a vertical product with a heavy duty G-98 head rail.
Flat Fold Roman Shade with Blackout Liner in Wallington
This client desperately wanted to replace his current Roman Shade that was too sheer and did not block any light in his bedroom. It was also poorly measured and not wide enough, which allowed for extra light to seep in through the sides. We replaced it with a Phase II Flat Fold Roman Shade with a 100% blackout liner with a pattern and colors that matched his walls and decor.
Edgewater Home with Motorized Blackout Honeycomb
This client wanted to cover her tall windows with motorized honeycombs to block the massive afternoon glare and heat from the sun.
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