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*Kitchen Project - Lake Stevens*
Our client in Lake Stevens wanted to add a decorative treatment, but wanted it to blend in with the rest of her decor. She opted for woven wood shade from Enlightened Styles with a privacy liner for the evening. She loved it so much that she's having us come out to her new home in Arlington!
*Window Project - Edmond, Washington*
Our client in Edmonds is remodeling her home and wanted to block the bright afternoon sun. She opted for neutral contrasting, motorized roller shades from Lutron.
*Window Project - Mukilteo, Washington*
Our client in Mukilteo had a beautiful view of the Sound, but couldn't stand the glare from the sun. She opted for our Signature Series with 10% openness. Now they can still see that gorgeous view without having to squint!
*Living Room - Mill Creek, Washington*
Our Mill Creek client wanted to get rid of her heavy swags and cascade valances. She still wanted a finished look for the room and wanted it to have a more" formal living room feel", but not so heavy. The soft sheer panels and the decorative valance gave her just enough without being too much. The bottom edge of the valance has a contrast welt trim which gives a little movement to the overall feeling of the treatment. The client loves their new updated look and wishes they would have done it sooner!
*Bathroom Project - Snohomish, Washington*
Our customer in Snohomish wanted to add privacy to her bathroom but still let the light in. She went with a patterned pleated shades from Signature Series and dressed up the window by adding a wood valance at the top. We’re loving how this turned out!
*Window Project - Lynnwood, Washington*
Our client in Lynnwood just moved into their new home and and was concerned about privacy, but still wanted to be able to control the light that came into the room. These Norman Shutters with split tilt gave the privacy and versatility that they were looking for!
*WINDOW PROJECT - EDMONDS, WASHINGTON*
Master Bath: Our client chose to go with soft light filtering honeycomb shades in her master bathroom. She topped it off with a simple fabric valance to give the room a serene warm feel!
*NEW HOME PROJECT - MASTER BEDROOM*
Our customer wanted to update her 20 year old window treatments with something modern and wanted something that would allow her to be able to see outside while still keeping her privacy and light control. Shutters gave her that timeless, yet modern look and gave her the privacy and light control she was looking for!
*NEW HOME PROJECT - EVERETT, WASHINGTON*
Our customer in Everett bought a new home and wanted classic plantation shutters for her entry and master bedroom, and faux woods for the rest of the home. Here's some after photos of her amazing entryway!
*FAMILY ROOM PROJECT*
*KITCHEN WINDOW PROJECT - MILL CREEK, WASHINGTON*
Our customer in Mill Creek wanted to block out the glare of the sun, but still be able to control how much light comes through the window. Our invisitilt shutters from Norman were perfect!
*WINDOW PROJECT - BOTHELL, WASHINGTON*
Our customer in Bothell was ready to toss out her aluminum blinds and update with something fresh. Our Norman faux wood shutters in Glacier White was perfect and it softened the look of the room instantly!
*WINDOW PROJECT - MILL CREEK, WASHINGTON*
Our customer in Mill Creek wanted something to be able to hide their storage area, so they opted for a cellular wide pleated shade to match the wide slats from their shutters in the rest of the home!
*WINDOW PROJECT - EVERETT, WASHINGTON*
Our customer in Everett bought a new home and wanted classic plantation shutters for her entry and master bedroom and faux woods for the rest of the home. We love the results!
We loved what our client Roberta did in her new Edmonds home. This was for the Den / Family room. Being a Yankees fan she chose a neutral honeycomb shade for privacy and light control, then gave the room a major pop of Yankee blue...GORGEOUS!
*WINDOW PROJECT – EVERETT, WASHINGTON*
Our client in downtown Everett wanted window treatments that added warmth and texture to her classic Northwest home. Natural woven wood shades did the trick! She chose to put a room darkening liner on the bedroom shades and left the rest to simply filter the light and add some needed privacy.
Sometimes people want to make the top of their shades look more finished. In this case we topped off some cellular shades that do not come with decorative valances with our 7 1/2" Grand Wood Cornices.
The cornices provide a great architectural look that ties right in with the décor. You can also notice how the keystones line up in the divisions of the window!
*WINDOW PROJECT – BOTHELL, WASHINGTON*
This ended up being a great solution for our client in Bothell who wanted to darken a bedroom, but wanted a material with some interest. A lined fabric Roman Shade did the trick!
*WINDOW PROJECT – MILL CREEK, WASHINGTON*
Most people love the functionality of a Honeycomb Shade. They insulate, cut out the light and give privacy. But some choose to bring more color in through soft treatments like these fabric cornices we did for our clients in Mill Creek!
Our clients in Everett had some woodwork and tile they wanted to tie in with some light filtering roller shades. Our design consultant Diane picked just the right one!
Xfinity Arena At Everett Project
The management team at the Xfinity Arena told us that the Silvertips hockey players were getting blasted by sunlight coming in through these large windows. They chose to do some interior mesh solar shades from our vendor Draper. They couldn’t be happier. They still get some ambient light in but can now see enough to avoid getting body slammed by their opponents! We are now the official supplier of window treatments for the Xfinity Arena!
Window Project - Outdoor Aluminum Shutters
Our client just moved into their beautiful MainVue home in Bothell’s Park Haven development. To help close in their outdoor room they chose to put in our new Weathrwell Elite outdoor aluminum shutters. They do a great job at keeping the weather out, in addition to creating numerous levels of privacy by virtue of the movable doors and louvers!
Window Project - Lake Stevens, WA
This particular client lives in Lake Stevens and their goal was to create privacy from the street and to add some WOW to the room. The cell shades are ES Latour Trilight Sheer, cell combo. The side panels are cartridge pleat with self fabric tie backs. The side panels provide the visual WOW that she needed to help bring out her artwork and the fireplace stone!
Our clients in Lake Stevens recently did a major remodel on their home. They had us take out their old shades and put in 3 ½” wood shutters to give it a very updated look. We made the decision to do the “hidden tilt” on the louvers to create a very clean and contemporary feel. We also suggested the “split tilt” which enables you to close off the bottom of the shutters to provide privacy below but still let light and view in at the top.
Window Project - Master Bedroom
This clients' goal was to have as much light control as possible, and a bit of style added to the windows. The bedroom has a fantastic view out to a lake and they didn’t want that to be overly obstructed.
We used functioning draperies on the french door with room darkening lining, and decorative side panels on the other window areas to help cover the sliver of light on the sides of the windows. The room darkening cellular shades are cordless top down bottom up which give them ultimate variety of movement in the window areas. The decorative hardware is black bronze which follows the line of the bay area.
Our clients in Lake Stevens wanted to frame their living room windows and add layers of window coverings that would bring warmth, beauty, and light control to the space. They achieved that by choosing to do decorative drapery side panels on a metal rod on each side of the windows. They then added our Enlightened Style Trilight honeycomb shade that allows for a total open view, a drop down sheer, or total privacy by allowing the fabric to cover the windows all the way. Loving this look!
Double Drapery Rod
Our client in Everett wanted to bring some color and texture to her dining area. We did that by adding a double drapery rod; one with sheers and the other with insulating fabric panels. She loved it!
Signature Series Top Treatments
These Signature Series top treatments in the master bedroom for our customer in Everett, WA, really pulled together colors in the floor, wall art, bedspread and accessories.
Pure Vue Composite Shutters with Signature Fabric Valances.
Our clients in Monroe wanted some privacy in the lower part of their windows combined with some rich fabric treatments to soften the look above. They chose a perfect combo of our Pure Vue Composite Shutters with Signature fabric valances.
Dining Room Window Shutters
Our local Mill Creek clients loved the simple look of our café shutters in the dining room. These durable Shutters were a great choice for this clients space.
Soft sheer panels with decorative valance
This client job we added some soft sheer panels and a decorative valance to give this room a soft and cozy feel.
Wood blinds with soft side panels
In a guest bedroom one of our customers chose a matching wood blind with soft side panels.
Light filtering Honeycomb Shades in North Everett
A recent client did a fabulous job of remodeling an older home in north Everett. In the living room she chose to do light filtering honeycomb shades to provide some privacy, insulate the windows and add a nice soft glow to the room’s décor. These honeycomb shades from our Enlightened Style brand did the trick!
Arch Window Shutter Cover
Many of our clients ask us how to cover an arch window. One of the best choices is a custom shutter arch, which can be motorized. It is a pricey option however so some choose our Signature stock arch (as seen in this picture) which is about half the cost of a shutter.
Fabric Valances installed in Stanwood view home
A client in Stanwood didn’t want to obstruct her view but felt that the windows looked naked without any treatments at all. Connie suggested they do fabric valances to soften the look of the room and frame the windows.
Window valances can be used as a stand-alone window treatment or paired with draperies to highlight a specific color or feature. They come in a wide array of styles to fit every taste from swag and scarf valances, to pleated, continental, or embassy valances.
Window valances can be a low cost yet beautifying addition to your windows that can blend in with your drapes to create a robust design piece.
Woven wood kitchen shades for clients in Mukilteo
A woven wood can be a great choice for a kitchen area. The texture and colors in the materials are a natural to compliment the color of the cabinets and hard surfaces. These clients in the Arbors of Mukilteo liked the look so much they did it through their whole house!
Solar Material Sliding Panel for Semi Privacy
Sometimes our clients want semi privacy during the day. This solar material sliding panel really fit the bill for a client in Granite Falls. The material blocks the glare and light from damaging furnishings yet still gives you a view.
Wood Blinds Installation in Mukilteo, WA
Our client in Harbour Pointe in Mukilteo wanted to dress up a smaller window in a downstairs powder room. She chose the clean look of a 2” wood blind with a fabric covered cornice over the top.
Living Room Fabric Treatment
Side panels and swags combined with a short decorative wood drapery rod is a great way to frame large picture windows. This was taken in Mill Creek, WA. Mill Creek Window Treatments, Mill Creek Shades.
Eat nook happiness!
The Albert's in Woodinville wanted the ability to control light and gain privacy with one shade. Although the picture is a bit dark they chose the brand new Tandem Shade made exclusively for Budget Blinds by our vendor Enlightened Style. What they love is that during the day they can cut out harsh light and create privacy with the shear fabric which is visible in the picture. At night they can drop down the woven shade (all part of the same blind) to add rich color, texture, and total privacy. The camera just doesn't do it justice. Regardless, it solved a couple different issues and looks beautiful in the window!
Outdoor room perfect for summer!
Just installed this drop shade awning for our clients in Everett.
An Outdoor Room!
Fauxwood blind with fabric corniceboard
The kitchen is a place to combine fashion with function. A 2" faux wood blind, which resists any water from cleaning and cooking, combined with a fabric cornice, helps to bring in the color of your cabinets and counter tops.
Hard to reach windows!
The Brown's in Mill Creek had a 25' high entry window that needed privacy.To dress it up we installed a beautiful fabric cornice with a motorized honeycomb shade below. They love it!
The Man Cave
The Jensen's in Mukilteo needed their media room dark and stylish. To do that we covered the windows and skylight with blackout honeycomb shades. We then created some drama with black curtains around the TV and matching fabric covering the sound absorbtion boards. They love it!
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