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Sheer panels and drapery
The client wanted a soft look for her French doors, so we choose to use simple rod pocket sheer panels on the doors. The 2 finger pinch pleated drapery is an embroidered design with a pretty floral pattern.
The drapery is lined with blackout liner that can be closed at night for light control and additional privacy from the deck just beyond. The hardware is Rowleys' Aria collection in oil rubbed bronze. Finials are like crowned jewels on the ends with the stunning crystal accent.
Two finger pinch pleat drapery
We chose to go with layered treatments in this guest bedroom. We started with a Silhouette that can be adjusted for privacy. It is a 3" vane which looks nice with this style of home. We added a pinch pleat drapery that can be closed at night for additional light control. The fabric is a contemporary embroidered with a pretty blue background.The Kirsch wood pole and rings are a custom silver finish to coordinate with the embroidery in the fabric.
Hunter Douglas Silhouettes
Beautiful Hunter Douglas Silhouettes with a 3" vane are a beautiful treatment for this formal living room. The bright sunshine enters into the room in the morning and used to be very harsh with too much glare to enjoy the room. With the Silhouettes in the open position, the soft sheer material helps to quiet the glare while offering a soft glow in the room. It also offers a view through to the trees in the back yard which brings the outdoors in.
These pretty pinch pleat draperies are a perfect
solution for these wide windows and make a soft backdrop.
White Wood Shutters
Beautiful wood shutters in this media room will be perfect for watching the game on a bright sunny day. Shutters are a great option when room darkening is needed.
Norman 3 1/2" louvered bi fold shutters in white wood with hidden tilt.
White wood shutters with bifold panels. There is no tilt bar in the front of the panels which adds a clean, contemporary style and allows for an unobstructed view through the louvers.
Norman wood shutter with bifold panels. The 3 1/2"
louver size and hidden tilt add a contemporary flair. The bifold panels allow them to stack off the window against the wall.
Horizons knife pleated roman shade with the top down bottom up feature. These shades look so pretty in this sitting alcove.
Blackout fabric was used in this master bedroom to help block the majority of light coming in from the east. The classic valance finishes the look and covers the roll and brackets.
Faux wood with tapes
2" faux woods on a corner window. The left side window was split into 2 blinds so the customer could operate her casement window without having to open the larger blind. We used a continuous
valance for a cohesive look. We added decorative tapes in the same white tone to add a splash of interest.
Roller shade & cornice
Horizons roller shade with embellishment of beads on bottom edge. The contrasting fabric looks striking against the dark blue walls. A custom upholstered cornice finishes the look.
Horizons sliding panels
Sliding panels work well on a sliding glass door as an alternative to vertical blinds. They add a more contemporary style to a space. These panels offer a nice texture and give the client soft diffused light in the bright sunshine of the afternoon. Great for this man cave, pool table and all.
Horizons cordless roman shade
Cordless roman shade is a great solution for child safety but also gives a clean look without dangling cords. This wide window has a cordless roman shade in a seamless style to show off the geometric pattern in the fabric without interrupting it.
Beautiful soft swag with rosettes. The edges are finished with brushed fringe.
Top down bottom up honeycomb shades are used for light control and privacy.
Roller shades are a perfect treatment in a modern space. They add a uncluttered sleek look for those contemporary to modern styles. There are many lifting options available and offer multiple top housing options to finish off the look. These shades are showing a metal fascia.
Wood blinds with decorative tapes
Classic wood blinds in a darker stain with decorative tapes.
Wood shutters can accommodate any specialty shape from triangles to circles. They are a timeless look and can be used in any setting and decorating style. These white shutters really pop with the red paint on the walls.
Motorized exterior solar screen shade was used on this western facing balcony in Edmonds to reduce glare and heat. With the touch of a button, the shade is operational. The client chose a darker fabric for better view through of the fabulous view of the water and wanted a white contrasting metal fascia to match the trim.
Throw swag in pretty fabric with beads adds the crowning elegance to this Lynnwood bedroom. We used stylist swag holders in a pewter finish to compliment tones in the fabric. Three Euro pillows in a complimentary fabric with ribbon trim and a large bolster pillow complete the chic bedding.
Behind the swag are window shadings with a 3" vane keep the softness the client was looking for.
Panel Track by Horizons
Woven look panel track adds nice texture to this family room. A baton allows for easy traversing of the panels. The top is finished off with a matching valance.
Pleated roller shade fabric in a dark gray still allows light but provides privacy for this guest bedroom. The fabric covered cassette finishes off the top and a continuous beaded chain allows for easy lifting of the shade.
A more delicate woven wood material was used in this bathroom to add to the elegance of this bathroom.
solar screen shade with metal fascia
Light colored solar screen shades are a perfect addition to help reduce heat gain at the window while allowing view through to the outside view due to the open view of the material. These shades have an additional metal fascia to finish the look in a contrasting color.
This beautiful Averte woven drapery adds a softness to this kitchen nook. It allow plenty of light while filtering the glare from the afternoon sun. This product is reminiscent of a woven wood put on its side.
Panel track, roller shades
Modern homes needs more modern window coverings
Roller shades and panel tracks fit the bill.
The client chose a grey material for both the roller shade and panel track. Nice clean look.
Panel track split stack
Large sliding glass door with split panel track
Panel track and Faux woods
Simple 2" faux woods in a white finish and a panel track with simple fabric look great together in this family room
Panel tracks are a great solution for large windows or sliding glass doors. This panel track with the scrolling pattern compliments this space and provides a modern style. The panels are opened simply by a baton that slides to either the left or the right sides.
This client originally had sheer panels here but they did not provide privacy or light control.
We used a blackout liner on a soft white linen fabric with a simple one finger pleat at the top heading to provide the solution to her problem.
She kept the stationary panels to add a splash of color.
Cordless lift roler shades
Simple white roller shades with a subtle pattern
for this living room. We used cordless shades here to avoid dangling cords. Just a simple tug on the bottom rail and the shade starts to rise up.
Textured roller shade
Textured solar shades with cordless lift.
This client has a Montessori school in her home,so child safety was a must. These textured shades compliment this space nicely while blocking glare and reducing heat. Privacy was not an issue in this space so we could use a more open weave material.
Center panel drapery
One finger pleated drapery panels in a soft white linen fabric was used in this hallway to provide privacy from the close neighbors and give a sense of style to an otherwise simple area.
Classic knife pleated roman shade in a burgandy fabric with blackout liner. This shade has a continuous cord lift system due to the large size of this shade for easy lifting.
Enlightened Style 2" wood blind
What a beautiful finish to these large windows in the Shoreline Elks bar area. We matched the hardwood tones in the rest of the bar. Classic look.
Motorized skylight shades
This sunroom faces east and gets a lot of bright sun which makes it extremely hot for the homeowner. Hunter Douglas architella skylight shades with motorization helps reduce the heat gain in this large expanse of glass but reduces the glare and adds a nice texture on the ceiling.
Perfect solution for the heat problem.
Rod pocket panels
Beautiful fabric and simple rod pocket panels add a finished look to this living room. The panels are stationary and were used to add soft framing around the windows.
This lovely king size bed was missing something.
We fabricated a beautiful bedspread with a pillow tuck and fitted corners. The chocolate back ground
with the embroidered green design adds the finishing touch to make this bed the focal point of this master bedroom and really makes a statement. This is a simple bedspread, but the fabric adds elegance and is gender nuetral, which makes Kathy's husband very happy.
Seamless Roman shade
A seamless roman shade is the perfect solution when you have a pattern that shouldn't be interupted like this pretty flower pattern for this teenage girls bedroom. We also coordinated the window seat cushion and the white sparkly
pillows with the overall theme and color palette of the room. The roman shade has a blackout liner for light control and a continuous cord loop for ease of lifting this large shade.
This great room has a wall of windows to preserve the view of the pacific. There are 8 windows and a large sliding glass door. What a breeze to operate the shades with the touch of a button on the wireless wall switch. The 2 vertiglides compliment the regular honeycomb shades which are
not motorized but operate with the slight touch on the handle. The stack is very small on the side considering the wide opening. We chose Hunter Douglas Architella for the insulation value to lower heating cost in the winter.
Hunter Douglas Vignette
This master bathroom only has 1 window so we wanted to make a statement without the window covering being too overwhelming. We chose a top down bottom up Vignette with the ultraglide lift system. The fabric is the Etched Fresco color that compliments the palette of the bathroom. The homeowner appreciates
the fact that this shade can be lowered from the top to maintain the amazing view while providing privacy from the public beach just beyond their property line.
This dining room has a very large sliding glass
door that needed a contemporary, clean treatment.
We used a vertical honeycomb in a beautiful
brown fabric to compliment this large expanse of glass. Insulation was definately a factor so we
chose Hunter Douglas Architella for the added
A top treatment is all this small powder room needed to finsh the look of this stylish space.
We added a shaped cornice board with a contemporary print to compliment the features and finishes in this main floor bathroom.
Bench Seat Cushion with bolster pillow
Beautiful roman shades accent the grey tones of the wall in this guest bedroom. The bench seat cushion with a full width round bolster pillow makes a cozy place to sit and read a book or look at the amazing view outside the window.
Hunter Douglas Applause
A great look for a wide sliding glass door that needed privacy from the street. These shades are Hunter Douglas 3/4" Applause in the Vintage fabric. The shades are cordless with the top down bottom up feature. Great versatility and no cords for the dogs to get tangled in.
Enlightened Style blackout shade
We used a blackout shade in a 3/4" pleat for this guest bedroom and added the top down bottom up feature with no cords for a clean appearance.
Hunter Douglas 2" wood blinds. We chose a very dark slated blind to add contrast to the light walls. The blinds coordinate with the kitchen cabinets and the dark floors in this masculine condo. Great look!
2" Composite blinds
Enlightened Style composite blinds in a smooth
slat with a color that commpliments the walls gives these windows character. The homeowner can control light and privacy from the home next door by tilting the slats.
This homeowner in Shoreline wanted another option for this foyer window besides blinds so we used
a decorative film. This film is called lines eleven and matches the design in the leaded glass
on their front door which is not in the photo. It was a much more affordable product for the window.
Etched leaf decorative window film is a great option for a door instead of a window coverings.
This film adds a nice pattern to this glass.
It doesn't have any adhesive so if you even want to take it off, it comes off very easily.
flat roman shade
Phase II flat roman shades in a textured fabric.
These shades were installed at the ceiling to maximize the window opening when the shades are
raised. This home has an eastern exposure that faces Lake Washington so we used a blackout liner on the shades. The lifting system is a continuous
beaded chain for easy of operation.
Hunter Douglas 3/4 Architella shades were used on these small windows. The rest of the windows in the front of the home have the same shades for uniformity. We added some decorative film on the little panes of glass on the door for additional
privacy for those tall friends that like to look in.
Add texture and a statement at the window with woven woods. Lafayette Man Truc woven woods in a
neutral tone finish off the look of this living room. No liner was added to maximize light on those grey Seattle days.
These shades also have the top down bottom up feature.
Grommet top drapery in a rich red textured fabric
Also we used Enlightened Style honeycomb shades with top down bottom up for privacy and light control. The draperies are full width but they are used only as stationary panels.
Enlightened Style honeycomb shades with top down bottom up. We needed a product that would go wide
enough for the large windows in this Edmonds commercial space. We chose a neutral color so we
wouldn't compete with everything else going in the room. The finished look is beautiful!
Nantucket window shade
Hunter Douglas 3" Nantucket shades in a living room provide a nice soft glow when the sun is setting in the west. The homeowner wanted a
pretty product that was easy to operate. The
easyrise lifting system makes raising and lowering the shade easy and fast.
Wood blinds add warmth to this media/gym and coordinate nicely with the floor tones.
Solar screens in a black material with a 5% openness was used in this Seattle Karate school.
The western exposure made it too bright for the students and was blinding the instructor.Now the glare is minimized with the solar screen shades
and makes for better training.
Enlightened Style vertiglide( vertical honeycomb)
is a perfect solution for this wide window in a
kitchen seating area. It is easy to use and can be
positioned anywhere in the window opening.
Beautiful custom flat roman shades with top down
bottom up in a very rich blue grey silk fabric with blackout liner.
A black wood shutter for a modern bedroom with
chrome and steel.
Hunter Douglas Silhouette with a 3" vein in a
master bedroom. The homeowner wanted a product that provided softness while being able to give privacy as well. This product is perfect.
Solar shades in a bronze color with a 3% openness
factor was used in the Ballard restaurant to provide glare control for their customers while dining. A stainless steel chain is used for
Lafayette Genesis roller shade in a simple white
fabric with a decorative hem and trim was used in the Shaker Style dining room
Hunter Douglas Architella 3/4" Duettes used in this western exposure kitchen.
More insulation was needed so the Architella adds
a substantial R value at the window. The top down bottom up feature with no cords makes the shades very versitile as the sun goes down and gives a clean uncluttered look with no lift cords. The
homeowner chose a nice warm color to compliment the colors in her home.
If you want to add some texture and style to a window, woven woods are a great choice. We added
woven woods on the corner windows as well as the
sliding glass door in this nook space. We tied in the rich tones to match the furniture. We added an
edge binding in black to match the granite counter tops in the kitchen.
The homewoner wanted a product that was very simple for these 3 windows so we chose a clean,
simple roller shade in a white material with a plain hem. They do the job nicely.
We used light filtering material on these roller shades on a sliding glass door. The homeowner wanted the versitility of 2 shades side by side so she could open just 1 side to let her dogs out. the lifting sytem is a chain.
Bench Seat Cushion
This bench seat cushion adds a fun pattern to this seating space by the kids playroom. We used a fun pattern on this cushions that matches the colors in the playroom.
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