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Solar Shades for Oversized Windows
How do you control light on over-sized windows? This residential project included commercial windows to capture the stunning views at this ranch. We installed these neutral solar fabric shades with a fascia that color-matched the trim. This allows the homeowners to lower the shades to control the sun during the day without losing their beautiful view.
Fabric for chair
Does Budget Blinds do draperies, pillows, bedding? Yes...and more. This project included reupholstering this charming chair for a vanity/ dressing area. Check out the beaded trim detail that dresses up this fabulous fabric. The fabric and trim details compliment the custom finished coral walls.
Outdoor patio solar shade
These homeowners have a fabulous back patio but the late afternoon sun heats it up too much. Our solution was an exterior solar shade mounted. Now these homeowners are ready for crawfish boils and football watching on the patio here in Houston.
Wood shutters with split hidden tilt. This homeowner can open the top louvers to let in light while leaving the bottom closed for privacy on these street facing windows.
Natural woven shades on arched window
Struggling with how to cover arched windows? We dressed this arched window with natural woven shades topped with a custom curved cornice in matching fabric. Then we added a separate room darkening liner to create a room dark enough for watching movies. This finished off the look in this Missouri City / Sienna Plantation home.
Layering- drapery over roman fabric shades
Can you layer draperies over shades? Absolutely! We added more pattern & color with a layer of drapery panels over functional fabric roman shades. This Missouri City homeowner chose a deep gunmetal color to tie in her bedding while keeping the roman shades neutral.
Faux Iron over doors
How do you greet visitors? Stylishly with faux iron inserts. We highlighted the architectural detail of these arched windows with double sided faux iron. These inserts were installed over the front and back doors to welcome visitors at this beautiful custom home in Sienna Plantation.
Composite shutters over stairs
How do you treat windows on a stairwell? Here we installed composite shutters with a front tilt bar across the entire wall. The tilt bar runs the length of the shutter with a sky pole to tilt the louvers open & closed. We styled these shutters in keeping with existing windows on the front of this Sienna Plantation area home.
Fun function draperies
We added these functional draperies in a sophisticated pattern and very "now" color palette to this new space designed for family fun. This addition in a Sienna Plantation area home needed a little pattern to break up the neutral wall color and block light to allow for movie watching in an adjacent home theater space. We achieved this with functional draperies on a decorative metal traversing rod.
Shutters on Narrow Windows
How do you maintain privacy on small street-facing windows? Here we added custom wood shutters to these side lights in this new Sienna Plantation home. The hidden tilt allows for a more open view when the louvers are tilted to let in light. Splitting the tilt also adds to the versatility- let in light above eye level while maintaining privacy keeping the lower louvers closed.
Dressed Up Windows
Decorative drapery panels layered over natural woven shades complete the look in this nursery. The functional treatment are the shades- natural grass in a dark brown are a clean, updated take on woven shades. Paired with the sweet floral in vibrant colors sweetens the space for this baby-to-little girls room.
A sweet room for baby...room darkening liner on woven wood shades provide a prime sleeping environment. The decorative drapery panels enliven the space with color.
How to get maximum energy efficiency and cover those awkward arched windows? A cellular shade is one option. It is a uniform look and the bonus is the room darkening fabric will let you sleep in on the weekends.
Layered draperies and decorative valance
Layering draperies & sheers for functionality and style. The valance adds drama & sophistication to dining at home for this young couple.
Fabric shades on front door
Roman fabric shades are a great solution for giving a little privacy in an elegant way. These fabric shades can be lifted up to let in light during the day. At night, the shades are lowered for privacy in this Missouri City custom home.
Decorative valance on stairwell windows
How do you draw the eye upward to capture the dramatic elegance of a stairway? These decorative fabric valances focus attention upward two ways- with a longer silhouette & a vertical striped fabric. Elegant and classic.
Soften with draperies
Shutters are a great functional treatment and add value to your home. How do you take it up a notch? Add decorative drapery panels to coordinate with your decor. These panels incorporate soft color with the architectural element of medallions. Taking these shutters from beautiful to FABULOUS!
Looking to update your space? Adding shutters to these three windows not only changed this to a clean-lined look but also added functionality. Check out these shutters from left- all open- to right- top open, bottom closed. This split functionality is great for bedrooms and rooms in the front of the house. Let in light while maintaining privacy.
Heat things up in the kitchen with a punch of color. We kept it simple with the clean-lines of this box pleat decorative valance. The fabric is the focal point in this Houston-area eat-in kitchen. Fabulous!
Layered look with drapery panels
How do you layer draperies over blinds? Here is a classic look with simple, elegant stationary drapery panels over a functional faux wood blind. Clean & modern lines for this bachelor pad in Houston, Texas.
Drapery and shutters
These drapery panels added much needed color layered over a shutter in this kids bedroom. The shutters darken the room and help to keep out the hot Texas sun.
These simple sheer draperies soften this corner nook making it a great place to curl up and read a book when it heats up during our steamy summers here in Houston, Texas. Sheer fabric draperies add privacy and filter light.
The bright and fun floral pattern on these draperies lighten up this Texas-sized breakfast room. The same fabric was used to create matching pillows, carrying the color and pattern into an adjacent room.
Woven Wood Drape
We recently installed this beautiful, all-natural woven wood drape in a master bedroom reco in Rosenberg, Texas. The extra large window is at the front of the home. To keep it warm and restful this drape was lined with a rich chocolate fabric that darkens the room while keeping it neutral with an off white fabric facing the street.
Woven Wood Door
This is another treatment we installed at the Rosenberg, Texas home undergoing renovation. We covered the window on this door with a light, airy, natural woven wood shade. It's down for privacy but is easily lifted to let in light during the day.
Drapery and valance
A beautifully bold pattern looks great in classic colors- cream and black. Imagine these draperies and decorative valance in a dining or living room.
Murano fabric blinds
The Murano is a new twist on a blind. It combines fabric slats with all of the function of a traditional blind. The color choices typically found with fabric shades are now available in these fabric blinds.
Soft styling adds a dash of color to accent the view outside and in the room.
Faux wood arch- Sunburst insert
Cover an arched window above a blind with a faux arch insert. These sunburst-style arched inserts block light and help with heat. Arched inserts are great for blocking light in bedrooms and controlling glare for tv watching.
Faux Iron Arch
This arched faux iron insert is decorative but it does not block out too much light or the view.
Three views with one shade- completely open, sheer for softly filtered light and closed for privacy.
Highlight arched windows with faux iron inserts. The faux iron adds a decorative element to these arched windows without blocking out light.
Room darkening honeycomb
Add a room darkening shade in those rooms where you want to watch a movie or just sleep in.
Illusions fabric shade
The Illusions fabric shade allows the light control of a traditional shade and added privacy function like a blind. It's the best of both worlds.
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